History of Can Can Wonderland
Can Can Wonderland? The name is a nod to the building's history, which once served as a sprawling complex that manufactured metal food cans for Carnation, Campbell's Soup, and Del Monte, as the largest tin can factory in the country – American Can. It’s also tied to the French populist art movement, Can Can.
Can Can Wonderland Mini Golf Course
18 holes from 18 artists. Chosen from a pool of 200 proposals, each hole was designed by a local artist. The course begins with a State Fair-themed hole No. 1 and moves into a natural disaster hole, complete with a ground-shaking earthquake and floor-to-ceiling spinning tornado. From there, patrons putt through crazy obstacles ranging from Grandma’s 1970s living room to a giant hot pink wooly mammoth who arrived via Hot Tub Time Machine. Not to be without a Prince tribute, the course finishes with “The Mini-Golf Hole Formerly Known as the Longest Hole” which is, of course, purple.