Now open weekends throughout the winter! For groups of 10 or more, please contact Luanne Franklin for availability and pricing. Since the beginning in 1886, countless notable performers have graced the stage at the historic Lexington Opera House. From George M. Cohan to Harry Houdini, from Anna Pavlova to Sarah Bernhardt and more recently from Steve Martin to Cathy Rigby and Johnathan Groff, we proudly boast their acclaimed performances on our stage! Now, it’s your turn to play the Opera House. While we wait for that time when we can return for a staged performance, we invite you to take a sneak peek behind the curtain, and enjoy a mini-golf course inspired by Broadway! Schedule a Tee Time in advance and check in at the Short Street entrance. Pick up your club, ball and scorecard and be escorted backstage. You’ll tee off on a nine-holes of socially distanced, Broadway themed mini golf, including such titles as THE MUSIC MAN, CINDERELLA, KINKY BOOTS and HAMILTON! Along the way, our backstage pros will share information and stories from behind the scenes at Lexington Opera House. Need a Mulligan? There are no do-overs at Mini Golf on Broadway, but you can save a stroke if you can answer a Broadway Trivia question correctly for each hole! Hole in One! Play the course as many times as you’d like during your 90-minute time slot And if you score a HOLE-IN-ONE on the final hole, you’ll see your name in LIGHTS the following week - on our new Opera House Marquee on Broadway! Have a Ball! For only $2, take home your inscribed golf ball as a special souvenir, showing your support for the theatre. Available while supplies last. We miss you at the Opera House! We’re excited to welcome you back with a brand new stage experience! We are proud to safely open our doors and give our community the opportunity to enjoy our beautiful historic venue once again. Special thanks to the Opera House Fund for supporting this initiative. And THANK YOU for supporting Lexington’s historic theatre. We look forward to seeing you for TEE-TIME at the Opera House! By visiting the Lexington Opera House, each visitor voluntarily assumes all risks related to exposure to COVID-19 and agrees to release the Lexington Opera House from any liability related to such exposure regardless of any action or inaction by the Lexington Opera House or another visitor, guest, or employee of the Lexington Opera House. Thank you for supporting the Lexington Opera House and for helping to keep each other healthy and safe. This activity involves certain risks, hazards, and conditions that may be dangerous to life, limb, and property and that can arise in an incalculable variety of unforeseen or foreseeable ways which may include: bodily injury, loss of limb, death or property damage. By purchasing tickets and voluntarily participating in this event, you agree to assume the risks involved and hereby collectively and individually release and agree to hold harmless the Lexington Opera House, Lexington Center Corporation, their Boards of Directors, officers, employees, agents, representatives, volunteers, and assigns ("Releases") from all rights, claims, demands, and damages of any kind, known or unknown, existing or arising in the future resulting from or related to participation in the activity.