3. Photo Opportunities
Unlike the parks and the rest of the resort, unfortunately you can’t just stroll through these courses as you please. This means you’re going to want to get as much for your money as possible, so be sure to grab some selfies and photos of all the props and models as you possibly can. But whatever you do, don’t let them distract you from the game!
At Fantasia Gardens and Fairways, there’s a Sorcerer Mickey statue – yes, the one from Fantasia. And at Winter Summerland you’ll discover a snow-clad Mickey – don’t worry, he’s as safe as Olaf in the sun. There are far more photo opportunities than just Mickey, though – like the quirky, color-soaked obstacles, Christmas decorations, magical objects and all the other characters that inhabit these courses.
4. Booking Details
Whichever course you choose – or perhaps you’ll choose both - tickets for adults (age 10 and upwards) cost around $14 and around $12 for the younglings (between 3 and 9 years old). Just take note that these prices don’t include taxes. As for opening times, they’re usually from 10am until 11pm, but you might want to go as early as possible to avoid both the crowds and the heat.
When booking your Walt Disney World Resort tickets, consider Disney’s Ultimate Tickets. They offer unlimited access to everything there is across the entire resort, including the Fantasia Gardens and Fairways and Winter Summerland Miniature Golf courses (you’ll get one round per day before 4pm at one course or the other). In fact, you could say that these tickets are “a hole in one”!
Disney Miniature Golf welcomes guests of all ages, and is a perfect family-centric experience, so why not take a real “swing” at it? You’ll also get to test your Tigger Hundred Acre Woods – sorry, Tiger Woods – skills like never before!