Canary Wharf's Colourful (And Free!) Minigolf Course Is Back

Laura Reynolds
By Laura Reynolds Last edited 12 months ago

Last Updated 23 May 2023

Canary Wharf's Colourful (And Free!) Minigolf Course Is Back
Canary Wharf's minigolf course: a man poses with a golf club in front of a multi-coloured golf course
Well, that's brightened up the skycraper-heavy area.

Canary Wharf's free minigolf course has reopened for its summer 2023 season, adding a splash of colour beneath the skyscrapers.

Head to Montgomery Square and you can't miss the nine-hole course — it's a psychedelic, Fun House-esque masterpiece, consisting of vivid colours, bold patterns and geometric shapes, designed by artist duo Craig & Karl.

Canary Wharf's minigolf course: a man poses with a golf club in front of a psychedelic minigolf course
Don't fancy coming face-to-face with those colours on a hangover...

Features of the holes include a jump ramp (neon orange, naturally), and a pink and yellow chequered bridge, and there's definite potential for a few trick shows and a bit of friendly (or heated) competition.

Nearby, free-to-use ping pong tables can be found in Montgomery Square and Union Square, so you can move the japes onto there once you've tackled these nine holes.

Minigolf by Craig & Karl is open daily, 12pm-6pm in Montgomery Square. It's free, no booking — just turn up and find one of the event stewards for your clubs and balls.