We visited The Goods Shed in Stroud on Saturday to try our hands at crazy golf.
Local architects Miller Howard had the most brilliant idea to get lots of local artists together (which can't of been hard as everyone that lives in Stroud is an artist of some kind or other) and designed an 18 hole indoor crazy golf course. The result is half crazy golf, half art installation and a 'hole' load of fun for all the family!
The 18 individual designed holes range from a ramp into a piano to a set of nostrils, it was so much fun and there was a bar and cafe with freshly brewed coffee and cake too. It was so imaginative and has inspired us as a family to make our own mini crazy golf course in the garden with some drainpipe and papier mache.
If you are in the area I would really recommend a visit, follow the signs to Stroud Railway Station, The Goods Shed is next to the station and the railway line and there is car parking right outside. It costs £3/adult and £2/child and is open everyday 10am - 4pm until the 6th September.