London’s only free minigolf* is back at Canary Wharf in time for summer. The colourful course has been designed by international artists Craig & Karl who have transformed Montgomery Square with their signature fun, bold and vibrant style.
Designed to stand out even on grey days, the artistic concepts of the obstacles, balls and scorecards have been treated with graphic patterns from citric polka dots, and thick stripes to bright geometrical shapes.
Features include a neon orange jump ramp, pink and yellow chequered bridge and pop art style dotted obstacles. When viewed from above or from neighbouring buildings the course reveals a symmetrical design.
Karl Maier, of Craig & Karl, said: “We hope our design brings a sense of surprise and delight and ultimately enhances the experience of playing the course. The element of surprise is one of things we love about creating work for public spaces – encountering something in an unexpected context can make it quite powerful.”
Guests looking for a bite to eat after their round can head to one of hundreds of bars, restaurants and cafés, including Wahaca, Caravan, Hawksmoor and Six by Nico, as well as the culturally diverse offerings at Atrium Kitchen in Cabot Place.