Swingers West End

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4 out of 5 stars
(3user reviews)
Swingers West End

When Swingers opened in the City in 2016, it was pretty much a hole in one: 16,000 square feet of 1920s-themed crazy golf in an office block next to the Gherkin. Now that site in Suitsville is getting an even bigger, more outlandish sibling in the former BHS flagship store on Oxford Street.

An ode to the English Riviera, the Swingers West End course includes a helter-skelter and big wheel, with beach huts and bandstands – plus lush palms for added ‘Miami Vice’ vibes. Think of your best childhood seaside holiday, then add booze.

Lubrication will be provided on-course in the form of cocktails delivered by roving caddies, and you’ll be able to refuel between rounds with street food by Made of Dough, Patty & Bun and Hackney Gelato. Striped blazers and straw boaters at the ready, old sport – we’ll see you on the first tee. 

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Swingers West End says
Swingers West End takes crazy golf back to its seaside roots in a venue that reimagines the faded glamour of the 1920s English Riviera. Located just off Oxford Circus, step out of the hustle and bustle of London’s busiest streets and into a quintessential British seaside setting of food, drinks and fun, where the sun is always shining. The epic 20,000 square foot venue is packed full of the following:

• Two nine-hole crazy golf courses
• Four stunning cocktail bars
• Four of London’s best street-food vendors – Patty&Bun, Made of Dough, Breddos and Hackney Gelato
• The Grand Hotel Bar – a free-standing building within a building
• The world’s only Bandstand Bar
• An incredible 3D photo podium
• A variety of private hire spaces
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Venue name: Swingers West End
Address: 15 John Prince’s Street
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Mini golf & food: 

It’s one of those places where team buildings usually take place and if you are good at mini golf, you will probably enjoy it. The highlight of my evening was the food however, I liked the fact different companies have their food stalls there, so you avoid basic pub food- instead, you can get a burger from Patty and Bun!


I tried Swingers in Aldgate about 2 years ago with a friend and really loved the whole experience. I liked how they had food stalls and bars so you could make it into a full activity with a meal and drinks. It was also my first time playing minigolf in London, so quite a memorable and lovely time! So when I found out they were opening another Swingers in central London, I was thrilled!

My friends and I tried this course a few weeks ago and had a blast! We came on a Sunday without a reservation and only had to wait about 30 minutes until we got to play, which was the perfect amount of time to grab a drink (in a plastic cup if you plan on bringing it on the course with you!). It was a simple and exciting 9-hole course with a brilliant last hole with a ferris wheel that you have to get your ball through to finish. We had loads of fun and I even got a free shot when I made a hole-in-one and one of the staff saw! I think that's such a great perk/reward to have, when the staff are enjoying themselves and cheering the customers on. 

Sadly, we didn't have the chance to try the food stalls at the West End branch but definitely next time! 


This place is very cool and so much fun!

It’s brand new, in the building that was once the BHS store, on Oxford Street, which has been completely transformed.

There’s crazy golf, street food and cocktail bars- making it an awesome venue for a sociable night out.

The golf courses are fun and totally instagrammable in the floral, sunny, English Riviera setting.

Highly recommended for a birthday party, team build, or just an awesome night out with friends- best experienced in a group, the more the merrier!