Coal Drops Yard just got its very own crazy golf course!
It’s time to putt your skills to the test. Head to Club Golf at Coal Drops Yard, where you’ll work your way around 9 holes, navigating stairs and obstacles all in pursuit of that elusive hole in one.
Club Golf is designed by artists Baker & Borowski and is inspired by the King’s Cross rave culture of the 80s and 90s. At the time, Coal Drops Yard was at the epicentre of London’s rave scene with clubs (the other kind!) Bagleys, The Cross and The Key all located here.
Tee-off is on Wednesday 19th of Feb and the course will be available until Sunday 29 March. Club Golf is open midday to 8 pm, Monday – Saturday, Midday to 6 pm Sunday.
- The course is bookable in advance here. Limited numbers of walk-ups are available on the day.
- Tickets are £5 per person. Under 12s go free and must be accompanied by an adult.
- Head to Lower Stable Street to pick up your putters and balls.
- This is an outdoor course.
From March 7th, you can find out more about the King’s Cross rave scene at the new exhibition, Revolution to Rebellion at the King’s Cross Visitor Centre.