Want to Support the Arts in Woodbury? Play Mini Golf!

Arts in Woodbury from Valley Creek Apartments

Within a 20-minute drive from Valley Creek Apartments, you’ll find a unique, art-filled entertainment center called Can Can Wonderland. Housed in a 120-year-old can factory, Can Can Wonderland offers food, drinks, mini golf, arcade games, and oh, so much more.

As Minnesota’s first arts-based public benefit corporation, Can Can is a major supporter of local arts in Woodbury. They pair their artistic spirit with lively, interactive entertainment for a combination that can’t be beaten.

Mini Golf Course

The standout at Can Can is the 18-hole mini golf course, designed and created by local artists, architects, and engineers. Each hole has its own theme, and the life-size dioramas are impeccably designed. The golf course is all indoors making this a perfect activity all year round.

Food and Drink

Can Can offers a variety of food and drink to make your outing an all-day affair. Their menu includes hand-tossed pizza and calzones, as well as more carnival-like fare including popcorn and cotton candy. They have a full bar with a fun drinks menu full of crazy themed drinks like the Fruity Pebbles Milkshake and the Dreamsicle Malt.

Support the Arts in Woodbury with a Can Can Evening

To highlight some of the local artists they support, Can Can feature rotating entertainment every night. The varied lineup can include variety shows, bingo, live music, drag shows, karaoke, and tap dance lessons, but you never know what they’ll schedule next! Their team does an excellent job of embracing the vibrancy of local independent artists.

Plan Your Trip

Can Can is closed Monday through Wednesday. The center can get exceedingly busy, especially for mini golf, so plan accordingly! They’re open until 11 PM on Thursday, 1 AM on Friday and Saturday, and 8 PM on Sunday.

We would love to tell you more about the fantastic and vibrant culture in the Woodbury area. Please contact us today to discuss how you can be a part of our luxury apartment community.

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