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Befitting a game best known for Mad Hatter dimensions and a deep appreciation for all things pirate and/or windmill, the National Building Museum's minigolf exhibit is by turns whimsical and thought-provoking, kitschy and surreal. It's also brutal on visitors' scorecards.
"We've gotten such a great response," Ms. Frankel said, "that there's a pretty good chance you'll see another course next year."
"We want people to walk out of here understanding the built environment and looking at buildings differently," said Cathy Frankel, Building Museum vice president for exhibitions and collections. "It's sort of silly, but minigolf does that in a fun and different way."