The new adults-only House of Holes indoor Crazy Golf course is opening in Derby this month.
The date has been set for the grand opening of Derby’s brand new adults-only indoor Crazy Golf course, with the House of Holes venue officially opening to the public on Saturday 16th March.
|A sneak peak at hole 1 of the new House of Holes Crazy Golf course|
House of Holes has been created in the former Grand Theatre on Babington Lane in Derby. As well as the intriguing Crazy Golf course the venue will serve street food and cocktails accompanied by music from a resident DJ.
The House of Holes course will consist of 18 individually themed holes decorated with memorabilia, shop mannequins and other odd and interesting obstacles including a full-size plane – a nod to Rolls-Royce and Derby’s aerospace industry – roller boots and a large neon-lit guitar, which was discovered in the building’s basement and is believed to be over 30 years old.
The venue has, over the years, been home to a number of nightclubs called Ritzy’s, McClusky’s and Confetti’s.
|We're looking forward to seeing what the rest of the House of Holes Crazy Golf course looks like|
In addition to the work on the course itself, House of Holes has employed local graffiti artists to decorate the walls of the building, while old copies of Viz cover the interior of the men’s toilets!
|I'm a big fan Viz comic, although it's not as funny as it used to be|
In the last couple of years indoor Crazy Golf has really taken off and is fast becoming a favourite choice for a fun night out, as well as a popular day time activity.
Bookings are now being taken via the House of Holes’ Facebook page, with an 18-hole round of Crazy Golf costing £10.
For more information check out the House of Holes website, Facebook Page, Instagram and Twitter.
We're looking forward to a return visit to Derby and playing the course on our Crazy World of Minigolf Tour.
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- House of Holes website
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- House of Holes on Instagram
- House of Holes on Twitter