War Of 18 Holes
The War of 18 Holes Particulars
A remarkable combination of education and fun, the War of 18 Holes Mini Golf is a challenging put-put golf course full of historical realities about the War of 1812 discovered on each of its 18 holes.
The course itself is an absolute knockout. Landscaped with luxuriant foliage and shady trees and encircled by a garden of hostas, azaleas, rhododendrons, and numerous other blossoms, golfers will appreciate the magnificence while they play. There is a covered waterfall cave, bridge, and winding trails. Children and grown-ups will adore it.
Each of the holes includes a historical story about Commodore Oliver Hazard Perry’s part in the victory of the Battle of Lake Erie and the overall war in general. This battle was pivotal to Put-in-Bay’s enriched visibility to the rest of the nation and a turning moment in the war. The War of 18 Holes makes discovering such an important event in the island’s history a lot of pleasure!
Perry’s Cave and Family Fun Center
Perry’s Cave and Family Fun Center is precisely what it says it is, the middle of Put-in-Bay Attractions. Everyone from families to bachelorette groups head to this sprawling location to enjoy everything from cave tours, antique cars, and gemstone mining.
Perry’s also suggests package deals for their attractions and group deals to make this more affordable. Most individual attractions only cost between $8 – $10. But if you intend on consuming the day here, a combo packet is the path take.
Perry’s is found slightly more than a mile from downtown Put-in-Bay. Other popular nearby attractions include the Chocolate Museum, South Bass Island State Park, and the Put-in-Bay BiPlane Rides. The Put-in-Bay Tour Train also makes frequent stops here.
Perry’s Cave and Family Fun Center Attractions
• Miniature Golf
• Gemstone Mining
Are you ready for a climbing adventure? The Rock Wall just got a substantial upgrade for the new season! Ideal for both specialists and newbies, this tower towers more than 25 ft in the air. Who will complete the climb to the top first?!
The Antique Car Museum displays the island’s passion for vintage automobiles. Established by local car aficionado Charles “Skip” Duggan, this complimentary attraction houses the island’s oldest auto and includes an impressive memorabilia collection.
Gemstone Mining delivers visitors a thrilling hands-on experience. Wash water over the sand to discover actual gemstones and fossils for an insider’s peek into the ecology of South Bass Island. Buy bags of rough mix from the gift store. For a healthy amount of competition, race against your buddies or yourself in the challenging Fort amazin. This maze is a natural beauty! An observation watchtower overlooks the maze where companions can cheer or taunt the racers.
Make sure to visit the centerpiece of Perry’s, Perry’s Cave. This unique limestone cave is one of the reasons Put-in-Bay is so amazing. During the Battle of Lake Erie, General Perry uncovered the cave in 1813. Located 52 feet underground, Perry’s cave is residence to a rare subterranean lake, which was much needed by Perry’s troops during the war.