Crazy Golf at King's Cross
Time & Location
Just in time for the Easter school break, the wacky 9-hole course is a perfect Covid-safe family activity and an afternoon of guaranteed fun during the mid-term break. And under 12s go free!
Simply book your spot online, head to Coal Drops Yard, then putt your skills to the test, as you work your way around 9 holes, navigating all sorts of obstacles in pursuit of that elusive hole-in-one. You can also pay to play from the Club House located in front of the arches Coal Drops Yard. This is also where you’ll pick up your clubs.
Keeping you safe
We have a whole host of measures in place to ensure visitor safety. The course is entirely outdoors and clubs and balls are sanitized between each play. Bookings can be made in line with the Government’s rule of six.
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 Thursday 1 April and Club Golf will be open through to Sunday 9th May. Opening times are Monday-Saturday 12 to 8pm (last play starts at 7:30pm), and on Sundays from 12 to 6pm (last play at 5:30pm).
The course is bookable in advance (booking link coming soon!), or you can turn up and pay to play at the clubhouse in Coal Drops Yard.
Payment is by contactless payment only, we can’t accept cash.
Tickets are £5 per person. Under 12s go free and must be accompanied by an adult.
Head to Coal Drops Yard to pick up your putters and balls.
This is an outdoor course.