WASHINGTON -- The National Building Museum in Washington is giving visitors a place to tee off with a new indoor mini-golf course exhibit.

The course was designed by some of the region's top architects, construction firms, urban planners and designers. The 12-hole course will be open from July 4 to Labor Day during museum hours.

The course is designed for players aged 4 and up. It costs $5 per round per person. With a full-price museum exhibition ticket, the price per round is $3.

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