Mini Golf 312
Dubbed “Mini Golf 312”, the custom designed interactive six-hole miniature golf course will feature props ranging up to 12 feet tall and each of the holes is truly a tribute to the city of big shoulders. Hungry while you’re putting through the Sox/Cubs hole while gazing at both Wrigley Field’s historic ivy walls and US Cellular’s notorious fireworks? Grab a hot dog from a vendor selling snacks inside the golf course. From potholes on lower Wacker Drive to a mural interpretation of the Lichtenstein piece at The Art Institute, Mini Golf 312 is like taking a miniature walking tour of Chicago.
Designed by William W. Boyington and houses a 135 foot iron standpipe used to regulate water pressure.
LAKE SHORE DRIVE
Originally intended for leisurely strolls for the wealthy.
Was called “the Wonder Theatre of the World” when it opened on October 26, 1921.
57-acre museum park that surrounds three of the city’s most notable museums.
Comiskey Park was originally built as White Sox Park, but within three years was renamed for White Sox founder and owner Charles Comiskey. Wrigley Field is the oldest National League ballpark and the only remaining Federal League park.
At completion in 1973 it became the tallest building in the world, a title held for nearly 25 years.