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Hoping to visit Mr Mulligans Crazy Golf Bournemouth, and want some tips on making your adventure golf experience as epic as possible?

You've come to the right place, Mr Mulligans Bournemouth is an adventure golf venue, set indoors. It's fantastic for children and adults alike, with a great atmosphere for all to enjoy, not to mention being located in this coastal town.

What Can I Do There?

Mr Mulligans Bournemouth is a special place with lots of wonderful family memories to be had. Mr Mulligans Bournemouth also features a restaurant and bar. There are three indoor crazy golf courses in this fabulous location.

Where Is Mr Mulligans Bournemouth? The address is Exeter Road, Bournemouth, BH2 5AF. Its located in the BH2 Leisure Complex, close to the beach (woo-hoo!), opposite the Hilton Hotel.

Golf Golf Golf! This Bournemouth crazy golf venue boasts not one, not two, but three golf courses! Crazy golf courses. Emphasis on the crazy. Scoring a hole-in-one won't be a walk in the park, you'll need some skills and creativity to conquer each of these epic courses.

You'll Be Pleased To Know: All of the three courses are open to visitors of all ages, so it's fantastically family-friendly. Each nine-hole adventure golf course at this super-cool golf venue is themed: get ready to navigate through a spaceship, fight for survival in an apocalypse, and take on Tee-Puk, the alien leader, in order to survive the alien invasion.

There are toilets and baby-changing facilities onsite, and you'll be pleased to know that this Bournemouth adventure venue is wheelchair and buggy-friendly too.

Opening Times:

Mondays to Thursdays, 12pm to 8pm.

Fridays and Saturdays,12pm to 10pm.

Sundays 12pm to 6pm.

Entrance to Mr Mulligan's Bournemouth.

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COVID Measures:

Bookings must be made in slots and in advance so that the number of visitors can be limited. A maximum of four people per group can attend. In the restaurant and bar, a limited menu is being offered. Also, social distancing is strictly enforced, with signs, a one-way system and hygiene measures in place in addition.

How Much Should I Budget?

For 18 holes (two courses) it will cost:

-£8.25 for those under the age of 12.

-£9.50 for those aged 12 and over.

-£9 for students.

Where Can I Eat?

There are food and drink provisions on-site, available at the Mr Mulligans restaurant and bar. As mentioned, they are offering a limited menu for the time being. When it comes to placing your order, you'll need a QR code scanner (on your camera phone) to do so.

Inside Mr Mulligan's Bournemouth crazy golf.

Image © Mr Mulligans

How Can I Get There?

Here's how to get to Mr Mulligans Golf Bournemouth by train.

Nearest Train Stations To Mr Mulligans Bournemouth: Exeter Road (one minute away from BH2 Leisure) and Bournemouth Square (four minutes away from BH2 Leisure). South Western Railway is currently the only train line which stops near the BH2 Leisure Complex.

Please ensure that you travel when local and national travel restrictions on the use of public transport have been lifted.

Parking: Should you want to travel by car, you'll be pleased to know that there are parking facilities in the BH2 Leisure Complex. This is the NCP Car Park, and is a short walk away from Mr Mulligans. The address is Bournemouth BH2, Exeter Crescent, Bournemouth, BH2 5AU.

There are 176 spaces in the park, 18 of which are disabled bays. Booking in advance is not available at this car park, so payments must be made on the day. The car park is open between 10.30am and 00.15am, Monday to Sunday.

Parking charges vary, depending on how many hours you plan to spend there. The average time spent is between two and three hours, expect to pay around £5. Rates are cheaper if you plan to visit before 4pm.

Temitope is a Fine Art student in London who loves to learn and loves to express herself creatively. A Private Tutor also, she enjoys the opportunity to share her knowledge with children from Primary School all the way up to Sixth Form and finds it incredibly rewarding. When she isn’t writing or tutoring, you could find her painting, editing photos, baking or building Lego with her nephew.

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