Putting Around the Twilight Zone

The Twilight Zone ranks among one of the best television shows of all time, and one of my favorites. So when I heard there was an entire mini golf course dedicated to the show, I knew we had to go!

Myself, wearing a pink and white Circus Circus hat, Twilight Zone themed sweater, shorts with stars on them, standing in front of a mural reading "The Twilight Zone"

Located in the basement of the Horseshoe, fans of the show and lovers of mini golf literally get to step into the Twilight Zone through the iconic door and play their way through various iconic moments from the show. At 10,000 square feet, there is plenty of room to snap photos with murals and recreations of props that pop under blacklight.

Myself wearing a pink and white Circus Circus hat, Twilight Zone themed sweater, shorts with stars on them, standing in front of the large Mystic Seer fortune teller, on the wall a mural of the window for the Busy Bee Cafe and large versions of the fortune cards, one reading "It has been decided in your favor" and the other "It is quite possible"

The door from the opening is situated in the middle, on the left the doll with hair floats across, and on the right text reading "There is a fifth dimension. Beyond that which is known to man. It is a dimension as vast as space and as timeless as infinity. It is the middle ground between light and shadow. Between science and superstition. And it lies between the pit of man's fears and the summit of his knowledge. This is the dimension of imagination. It is the area which we call the Twilight Zone."

Overall view of the course, featuring murals and creations of props from the series.

The iconic white door stands open, revealing murals of elements from the opening, including E=MC^2, the clock, and eyeball.

Myself, putting by the window from the opening.

Mural featuring a view from a car window of a hitchhiker.

A doll with pig tails rests on a bed.

Mural of a clown.

The ruins of a city amid piles of book. Painted on the wall, a pair of broken glasses.

A giant monster wearing a space suit has an eyeball for a head.

Mural of a frightened woman looking town a hallway with a nurse in the middle of the hall.

A two headed alien.

Onlookers view a light in the sky on Maple Street.

A creature in a yellow suit stands in the middle, behind him a UFO mounted on the wall and a mural of a woman with an ax.

A monster is seen outside a plane window.

A giant yellow monster stands in front of a rock wall, painted on the wall are newspapers, one has the headline "Lone spaceman completes journey: lands in desert" the other reads "Three spacemen return from crash: all alive!"

Myself, standing in front of a mural with the alien from To Serve Man, holding his iconic book.

A pig faced nurse mural.

A ventriloquist dummy sits on a table.

A putter aims the ball towards a massive version of the Mystic Seer with its large devil head on top.

Myself standing in front of the massive Mystic Seer.

Myself, with my back to the camera, the back of my sweater visible which reads "The Twilight Zone" and in the background the elements from the opening sequence.

Also available is a small arcade and even a chapel for sci-fi enthusiasts to get hitched. The same team who put this together also did a KISS themed mini golf course at the Rio. You can learn more about that course here.

Putt your way through the Twilight Zone in the basement of the Horseshoe, located at 3645 S. Las Vegas Boulevard South in Las Vegas. For more details and making your reservation, visit their website.

Circus Circus Hat & Shorts: Buffalo Exchange
Twilight Zone Sweater: Middle of Beyond
Elton John Tee: Dodger Stadium Concert, but also available online.
Mocs: Minnetonka

Other Las Vegas Destinations

Burlesque Hall of Fame

Diamonds are Forever Filming Locations

Golden Gate Hotel & Casino

The Mob Museum

The National Atomic Testing Museum

The Neon Museum

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