Undoubtedly kitschy but also unquestionably challenging and fun, KISS by Monster Mini Golf moved from a stand-alone building to the Rio’s Masquerade Village earlier this year. The glow-in-the-dark course is lined with an artfully arranged timeline, photos and props. While the competition appeals to youngsters, the largest public display of KISS memorabilia stirs the memories of those who remember the band in its prime. Blaring rock ’n’ roll, exciting performance videos and enthusiastic employees who randomly ask trivia questions about the band complete a memorable experience. In the Rio, 10 a.m. to midnight daily, free admission to museum, $9.95 (with local ID) to play, MonsterMinigolf.com/kiss.