Lexington, Kentucky: Bible Theme Mini Golf CoursePutt through Jesus's Tomb to the inspiring sounds of Christian Rock.
Lexington Ice Center
- 560 Eureka Springs Drive, Lexington, KY
- Lexington Ice Center and Sports Complex. I-75 to Lexington. Right at Man O' War. Right on Beaver Creek. Right on Eureka Springs Drive.
- M-Th 11 am - 11 pm, F-Sa 11 am - 11:30 pm, Su 1:30-11 pm. Closed winter. (Call to verify)
- RA Rates:
- Worth a Detour
Visitor Tips and News About Bible Theme Mini Golf Course
It was a cool putt-putt -- clean, but a lot of the statues were broken, and the water was filled up in the rivers. The price is really cheap for an all-day pass, and there are 3 courses: Old Testament, New Testament, and Miracles. My boyfriend and I only went through 2 of the courses, because by the time we were almost done with number 2, we were extremely hot and hungry.[Danielle, 09/04/2010]
Seems to be doing alright -- only did the Old Testament course in the 100 degree heat (18 holes), but they also have a New Testament (another 18) and Miracles course for those so inclined. $7.50 for all you can golf on the day, $5.25 for 18 holes.[Dave, 08/13/2010]
We went to the Bible Themed Miniature Golf Course July 17th, 2010. It was very clean, with nice people working there. They informed us that the putt-putt closes Oct 31st, and the ice rink next to them opens for winter. So when one is open the other is closed.
It was fun! Worth a stop for the experience.[Brandi, 07/22/2010]
I visited the Bible-themed miniature golf course in January of 2007. My friend and I went with great expectations (of entertainment, at least) and were saddened to find that the course was closed, neglected and dirty. Definitely not the best part of town. We took some pictures of the golf course through the fence and then went ice skating in the run down, sketchy building next to it.[Kara, 04/03/2009]
This is still around, but looks as if it has gone downhill in the past few years. The place is a bit dirty and looks as if some of the water features are not working anymore. We were there on a rainy Saturday afternoon and the place had around 5 people in it, including one lonely 16 year old boy who looked like he had the most boring job in the world. All in all, we had a good time but probably wouldn't take the time to visit there again.[Becky M, 05/21/2008]