Lincolnwood, Illinois: Novelty Golf and Bunny HutchOld-style course with lots of statues, tricky obstacles, and a restaurant named Bunny Hutch.
Novelty Golf & Games
- 3650 W. Devon Ave, Lincolnwood, IL
- Novelty Golf & Games. Northern suburb of Chicago. I-94 exit 41B. East on US Hwy 14/Peterson Ave. for about a mile, then left onto Pulaski Rd for a half-mile, then right onto Devon Ave. Novelty Golf will be on the left just before US Hwy 41/Lincoln Ave.
- Daily 10 am - midnight. (Call to verify)
Visitor Tips and News About Novelty Golf and Bunny Hutch
Built in 1949, this is my favorite mini golf Course in the country! While vintage, it does maintain the grounds, has a cool vintage arcadem and next door is The Bunny Hutch Restaurant, which serves some fab banana splits and cones! Its original vintage and escaped any ugly updates over the years, thankfully! They are in Lincolnwood, which is basically the north Side of Chicago, and while has a parking lot, is accessible by bus! Safe neighborhood![vintage girly, 08/21/2010]
If you are driving through Chicago and looking for something quirky and timeless, try Novelty Golf. This summer the photo booth was even working and the next door restaurant, The Bunny Hutch, was under new ownership (try the Vienna hot dogs and the bacon cheeseburgers).
There's nothing modern about this Novelty Golf, which makes it so appealing and gives it so much character. A lot of the holes require a pedal to be pushed to move doors and raise and lower bridges. Plus the landscaping is beautiful in the summer. We've been going here for over a year now, several times a summer, and Novelty Golf never disappoints.[Cindy Tomczyk, 09/17/2007]
There is a miniature golf course on Devon and Lincoln Ave's in Chicago, that sports a huge chicken, a big Frankenstein head, a small Statue of Liberty, among other weird fiberglass thingies. But the best part is that even though now it is called Novelty Golf, in the 70s it was called 'The Bunny Hutch' and it still says 'the bunny hutch' on the side of the video entertainment room.[Tim Carr, 11/12/1998]