What to do in Wellington after dark
Shorter days and longer nights mean more hours to play under the stars. Here are a few ways to have a night-time adventure in Wellington.
281 Happy Valley Road, Happy Valley, Wellington
Carlucci Land is a popular spot for a bit of friendly or not-so-friendly mini-golf. The 18-hole course is known for its extraordinary collection of metal sculptures inspired by nature.
The junk yard themed course is a popular destination offering a mini-golfing experience like no other, and is open seven days a week until late.
Witching Hour Mini-Putt
7 Forresters Lane, Te Aro, Wellington
What do you get when you combine a little bit of golf, a few ghosts, and a whole lotta spooky? Witching Hour Mini-Putt and Bar, a spooktacular 13-hole indoor mini-putt on Forresters Lane. This is not for the faint-hearted. Those afraid of spiders, skeletons, witches and clowns are warned that if you’re too scared, there’s no refund.
When the sun goes down the course truly awakens, adding to the fog, strobe lights, clowns and ghouls. To keep you hydrated (or at ease) canned drinks are available from a range of local breweries.
234 - 238 Wakefield Street, Te Aro, Wellington
The Lanes on Wakefield Street offer more than just ten-pin bowling, there are also four pool tables, pinball, foosball, and shuffleboard.
You and your friends will be entertained for hours. When you get thirsty or a little peckish there's a great bar plus pizzas, burgers, and other snacks available.