Play Wizard Golf in York
Play Wizard Golf in York

Play Wizard Golf in York

Wizards, witches and warlocks get ready, because this is just what you’re looking for! Everyone loves crazy golf, but this particular crazy golf venue has been uniquely tailored into an incredibly fun wizarding experience for all the family, with its style reminiscent of Harry Potter. Can you find the missing Gargoyle Grobblenook at The Hole In Wand Wizard Golf? Visit the World’s Most Magical Golf Course in York’s Coppergate Shopping Centre in York, and take on nine magical golf holes.

Can I visit just for a drink?

Wizards are welcome to wander in to the Wizard Tavern any time and enjoy a potion and a nibble. Nothing beats Uni-Pop-Corn or a Cauldron Cake to repower a Wizard after nine magical holes or a long day in York for non-magicals. You can also quench a thirst with the Spellbound Butterscotch Beer and for wiser older Wizards our poisonous Enchanted Butterscotch Beer, or maybe a magical cocktail is more to your liking? The Wizard Tavern is a place to eat, drink and be magical and is open daily!

Along the way there will be bubbling cauldrons, magical portals and a giant picture frame where you become part of the painting! Can you do a Light Spell to illuminate the way in our dark hole? At the end of your adventure you will find out if you have the magical powers of a Serpent, Basilisk, Unicorn or Wizard and every player will receive a magic potion gift to take home, plus hopefully find Grobblenook!

Book now to play Wizard golf at The Hole In Wand, play 9 holes and get a magical potion drink at the end of the challenge worth £2.99 for just £6.99 per Wizard!

  • £6.99 per person
  • Minimum age is 3 years old
  • Maximum group size is 6
  • Last around an hour

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