World Golf Village hosts a variety of events for the entire family to enjoy throughout the year. For more information about events at the IMAX Theater, please visit www.WorldGolfIMAX.com.
Father's Day at the World Golf Hall of Fame & IMAX Theater | June 16
Everyone enjoys complimentary admission to the museum and Dads receive a free round on the putting course and discounts in the IMAX Theater for dads, and more. Gift bags for the first 300 dads.Special Challenge Hole promotion.Take a special scavenger hunt through the Hall of Fame and enjoy the photo op with the U.S. Open Trophy.
U.S. Open Week at the World Golf Hall of Fame & Museum | June 13-16
There's no better time to visit the Hall than during U.S. Open Week! Take a special scavenger hunt through the Hall of Fame. One winner will be drawn at random to family four-packs of tickets to St. Augustine area attractions. (no purchase necessary). Enjoy a special photo op with the U.S. Open trophy each day. The tournament will be shown in the Bob Hope Theater during regular business hours.
History in the Making
The Hall of Fame's newest exhibit concentrates on golf's most recent events, with memorabilia from professional tournaments, major championships and team events like the Ryder Cup, Solheim Cup and Presidents Cup. It will also highlight record-breaking performances and other historic moments, like Tiger Woods' victory at the 2012 Memorial Tournament.
Nancy Lopez: Pride, Passion & Personality - A special exhibit on display
The World Golf Hall of Fame & Museum celebrates one of the true legends in golf history with its latest special exhibition, "Nancy Lopez: Pride Passion & Personality." The special exhibit, which opened December 17, features more than 100 pieces of memorabilia from her electric career, including LPGA Championship trophies, her trophy from the inaugural Solheim Cup and even the legendary Ray Cook putter she used to win so many of her 48 LPGA titles. The exhibit is included with museum admission.
Bob Hope: Shanks for the Memory
Trace Bob Hope's life from his immigration from England as a young child through his rise to the top of the century's major forms of entertainment -- vaudeville, Broadway, film, radio and television. Covering more than 3,000 square feet and offering the largest collection of Hope's memorabilia ever available on public display, the exhibition also looks at his devotion to the United States troops and the various ways he championed the game of golf.