Lexington, Kentucky: Bible Mini-GolfPutt through Jesus's Tomb to the inspiring sounds of Christian Rock.
Visitor Tips and News About Bible Mini-Golf
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]
At Lexington Ice Center & Miniature Golf, the best part of the course is when you get to putt through Jesus' tomb. This is actually the best mini golf course I've ever played, despite the creepy Jesus factor. I haven't been in years, and was worried that it had been junked but web investigations show that it appears to be with us still. Gets very crowded on weekends, but well worth the wait, if you can stomach the Christian rock blasting from every corner...[Stacey E, 04/29/2003]
The Lexington Ice Center & Miniature Golf features 54 holes of bible themed golf created in 1988. First 18 are Old Testament: first seven holes recall the seven days of creation (Seventh is easy, because on the 7th day God rested), then the Garden of Eden, Pharaoh's Frogs, and Noah's Ark. Rugged Mt. Sinai is the toughest Old Testament hole. Next 18 are New Testament, starting at the Star of Bethlehem, and moving through the Last Supper's Upper Room. 16, 17 and 18 are Faith, Hope and Love. The last 18 are the toughest -- miracles, including Jesus feeding the multitudes, parting of the Red Sea, the pillar of smoke and fire, and the burning bush.[Roadside America Team, 02/03/2001]
Lexington Ice Center and Sports Complex
- 560 Eureka Springs Drive, Lexington, KY
- Lexington Ice Center and Sports Complex. Southeast side of the city. From US Hwy 25 turn south at the CarMax delear onto Man O War Blvd. Drive a quarter-mile. Turn right onto Beaver Creek Drive. Drive until it ends, then turn right onto Eureka Springs Drive. As the road bends left, you'll see the golf course on the left. It's in the middle of a housing subdivision.
- March-Oct. open daily, hours vary. (Call to verify)
- One course $6.25, Unlimited $9.00
- RA Rates:
- Worth a Detour