September 13 @ 8:00 am – 8:00 pm
I was hesitant to list this being that, at least at this time, this Van Gogh “immersive experience” is in an undivulged “secret location” in Seattle.
However, it looks like it features huge walls with projections of Van Gogh’s art so I’d figure it’s going to be in some warehouse-type space.
Tickets are already selling out for many dates for this event and, per their writeup it’s “COVID-safe,” which, I assume that means they’re selling their timed tickets in low enough quantity to allow for social distancing.
Will it be worth it? And what about that other Van Gogh “experience” that’s coming to Tacoma — also this Winter?Have you visiting Van Gogh: The Immersive Experience somewhere? What did you think?
Even though I’ve had the chance to see the real deal of some of Van Gogh’s art, I’m tempted to check this one out. Tickets are times every 30 min or so and the “experience” is supposed to last 60-90 minutes with a VR option available.
If I find out where the venue is, I’ll post it.