If your kids love Pixar characters – and of course they do – they’ll love the new Pixar Putt Mini-Golf in Battery Park. Since it’s sure to be a sell-out, get tickets now – and at discount – before the August 1 opening.
Pixar Putt is made up of 18 interactive holes inspired by the stories and characters from some of Disney and Pixar’s most beloved films including Toy Story, The Incredibles, Monsters, Inc., Finding Nemo, Coco, A Bug’s Life, Wall-E, and Inside Out.
The course will be open daily – seven days a week – through October 31 at Battery Park City Pier A, including special late hours for adults only.
Sunday-Thursday from 10am-8pm, with last entry at 6:30pm.
Friday and Saturday from 10am-10pm, with last entry at 8:30pm.
Pixar Putt After Dark, evening sessions for 18 and over are Friday and Saturday from 7pm-10pm.
Pixar Putt is co-presented by Rockefeller Productions and TEG Life Like Touring.
Tickets are available for purchase online only – there are no physical tickets available for purchase on site – so remember to bring your digital receipt with you. In other words, don’t forget your smartphone.
A Family Ticket, for two adults and two children, is currently promotion priced at $22.44. and $26.44, depending on date and time (weekdays are cheaper)
After opening, the price goes up to $39.50.
Pixar Putt After Dark is $39.50 per person.
Individual tickets for adults or children under 12 are priced ridiculously high. Do not buy them. Buy the Family Ticket only.
Adult prices are $39.50 and children under 12 are $29.50. Which means if you are a single parent with a single child, or a couple on a date, you will save money with the family pack instead of buying individual tickets. That’s ridiculous, but that’s what Pixar Putt is charging.
Seriously, what are they thinking when one adult is $39.50 but two adults and two kids are the same $39.50? Ridiculous.
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