USA Mini Golf accommodates iron clubbers of all skill levels with its Road Trip Across America–themed course, which comes outfitted in miniature replicas of historic U.S. landmarks. Clean indoor facilities protect the facility's putters from seasonal bouts of heat, rain, wind, and baseballs. Grab a tiny club and whack dimpled balls through a golfable tour of America's beloved attractions, ranging from the Golden Gate Bridge and Redwood Forest to the Carlsbad Caverns and Cape Cod. If you choose the party, your group of up to 50 people will be treated to unlimited rounds of mini golf, a party room, and projector; meanwhile, emcees are free to soundtrack the proceedings with a personal music playlist. The party package also lands guests exclusive access during off hours so that you can host your birthday celebration or body-double audition in privacy. Inflect a futuristic glow to any golf gala by covering the turf and balls in black light (additional $10).
Spirited Art helps painters of all skill levels and ages channel their inner Van Goghs during step-by-step art lessons that render colorful masterpieces. The instructors keep the environment fun and lighthearted as students pick up provided brushes, stand at their easels, and conjure their muses before laying out such compositions as Klimt's The Kiss, a still life with coffee cups, or a Monet-inspired landscape. Pupils can snack on treats brought from home as they add color to their canvas, and adults can bring wine to lubricate the flow of ideas. At the end of the lesson, each painter totes home a finished magnum opus to grace a mantel or cover up the results of practicing their javelin throw indoors.
Painting classes with Uptown Art - Uncorked allow artists of all ages and skill levels to spend a few hours expressing their creative impulses. Each session focuses on a designated theme, based on the style of a particular artist, such as Monet, or a particularly beautiful still-life subject, such as gerber daisies or a puddle of spilled tabasco sauce. For groups of aspiring Picassos or people with more than three hands, the studios also host painting parties to accommodate birthday celebrations, bachelorette soirees, work retreats, and sorority events.
When falling out of a plane at 10,000 feet, experience counts. Skydive Tuskegee’s owner boast a wealth of that experience, as a former parachute regiment military officer and three-time world skydiving championship medalist. He and his staff adhere to the rigorous training requirements set forth by the United States Parachute Association, but they also make the experience fun. They often conduct tandem dives with beginners, the instructor controlling the freefall, chute deployment, and decent, while guests soak up the sunshine, wind, and gravity. They staff has led jumps out of planes and into their dropzone for 11 years, and to quote them, “We have never left anyone up there yet.”