Glow-in-the-Dark Mini Golf

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Monster Mini Golf is not only one of the coolest places you’ll ever play 18-holes of glow-in-the-dark mini golf — it’s a huge entertainment destination packed with all kinds of fun, too!

Boasting a really cool atmosphere, each area you explore comes alive under blacklights! These special lights make colors pop, creating a neon explosion and accentuating Monster Mini Golf’s custom, hand-painted artwork. Offering a mini golf experience like no other, guests will enjoy this wacky world, where you can enjoy pulsating beats of music classics spun by the internal radio station W.I.R.D. Radio.

In addition to their monster-themed mini-golf course, Monster Mini Golf has a huge gaming arcade, bowling area featuring shorter lanes and lighter balls, a state-of-the-art laser maze, virtual reality opportunities, and hands-on fun like Atomic Rush! Plus, don’t miss their laser tag arena, a highly interactive play area full of fun effects, including fog, black lights, music, mines, and creative decorations!


Monster Mini Golf • Chantilly, VA (Map)


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