A St. Louis institution known for displaying paintings will temporarily change its focus to putt-putt next summer.
In June, all 6,000 square feet of The Sheldon Art Galleries will become a mini golf course.
Visitors can actually play the course, Sheldon Director Olivia Lahs-Gonzales said.
“Usually, you go into an art gallery and you’re not allowed to touch anything,” Lahs-Gonzales said. “This is an opportunity to be immersive, to have an immersive experience.”