Philadelphia, PA - The original open-space park in Philadelphia, Franklin Square, is an excellent place for a game of mini-golf. It was designed by William Penn when he laid out the city.
Philly Mini-Golf at Philadelphia's Franklin Square
Located in the center city area of the city, between North 6th and 7th Streets and the Race Street and Vine St. Expressway, this location has something for everyone. It's the perfect place to get some exercise and have a great time.
Unlike many miniature golf courses, a course is an excellent place for children to exercise their brains. The course features iconic Philadelphia icons and landmarks.
The price of admission is very affordable, and there is an array of different packages available for all ages. You can even buy snacks and drinks from the concession stand. Here's a quick look at the fun.
The 18-hole mini-golf course at Philadelphia's Franklin Square is a perfect way for children to exercise their minds. The course is themed to fit Philadelphia's history, and it uses themed elements to make the course more challenging.
While the course is small, the holes are challenging. Some have slopes, and others have obstacles, such as water. We enjoyed playing the course during springtime, and it was very clean and well maintained. Several leaves were left on the greens, a pleasant surprise after the rainy season.
Daytime Tee Time tickets are valid from 10:00 am through 5:45 pm on any public operating day.