Here is the first look inside Fore Play Crazy Golf as it tees off in Edinburgh

An over-18s crazy golf venue with street food and cocktails will open this weekend.

The venue will be situated in the Biscuit Factory
The venue will be situated in the Biscuit Factory

Fore Play Crazy Golf will open its doors tomorrow (Friday) to let players in to the new Edinburgh pop up venue for the first time.

The new adult-only venue will bring its unique blend of ‘crazy golf, street food and cocktails’ to the masses from 4pm on 6 March.

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Taking centre stage, the nine hole course features tribute to not one, but two Edinburgh icons - Greyfriars Bobby Statue and Scott Monument.

The pop up will be here until at least May
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For the duration of the pop-up, Pickering’s Gin will provide a gin bar, while Edinburgh Beer Factory will be on-site to serve-up a menu of handpicked beers.

Visitors can also expect to tuck into a tasty menu curated by street food superstars, The Pitt Market.

Housed within a sweeping 4500sqft warehouse space on the ground level of The Biscuit Factory, the new Fore Play Crazy Golf venue is a temporary pop up and will be open every Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday throughout March, April and May – complete with a soundtrack of local DJ’s.

The centre pieces are Scott and Bobby

The business owned by husband and wife team, Craig and Kasia Neilson.

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Speaking about opening the venue in Edinburgh they said: "The main attraction, our two spectacular holes Bobby and Scott, took months to design and build to get them just right. These are major landmarks, so it was important that we took our time and did them justice.

"In keeping with the style of the Biscuit Factory and The Pitt Market, the venue is pretty industrial with lots of rustic charm. Think picnic benches, exposed brick walls and plenty of fairy lights.

"We have been blown away by the reception so far and have limited spaces left for March. April has just gone on sale, so be quick!

The interior is awash with graffiti, exposed brick and neon signs, not to mention the resident golf cart, Cartii B.
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"We love Edinburgh and of course we would love to make it our second home with a permanent venue, but you'll have to wait and see. Watch this space, as they say."

Entry into the venue is free, while a round of golf will be priced at £9.50 (peak) / £8.00 (off-peak) per person. Tickets can be purchased online.