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Meow Wolf

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This ain’t your mama’s Santa Fe

Meow Wolf is wondrously weird. There is a storyline if you care to follow (we didn’t) but it is not... read more

Reviewed 2 days ago
deepfreud
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greenville, sc
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Like nothing else

I have to say - there's a story that goes with this experience but I never figured out what it was... read more

Reviewed 4 days ago
HeidiB4
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Atlanta, Georgia
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Meow Wolf's House of Eternal Return is a unique art attraction featuring a wild new form of non-linear storytelling which unfolds through exploration, discovery and 21st century interactivity. The premise: Something has happened inside a mysterious...more
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1352 Rufina Cir, Santa Fe, NM 87507-2927
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Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

Meow Wolf is wondrously weird. There is a storyline if you care to follow (we didn’t) but it is not necessary. It’s a bit hallucinatory at times but never weird just for the sake of being weird. The audio, visual, and tactile elements integrate into...More

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Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

My husband and I visited without doing our research. It is interesting, but not something I would have visited if I had researched it more. Far too abstract for my taste. It is very unique.

1  Thank DJFDallas
Reviewed 4 days ago

I have to say - there's a story that goes with this experience but I never figured out what it was - I didn't care - every room, every turn was something freaky and something I'd never seen before - what minds come up with...More

1  Thank HeidiB4
Reviewed 5 days ago

This experience is best approached with an open mind and heart, and a willingness to take risks and explore. Being open to what you might find is key, and allowing for the playful whimsey and detailed sensory experience to take over is a great way...More

1  Thank anitabG6027IY
Reviewed 5 days ago

there's a kind of narrative behind this rambling art installation inspired by "Game of Thrones" author George R. R. Martin, but the story line/sci fi mystery is a bit thin. Anyway, you don't need to follow it to enjoy the psychedelic twists and turns within...More

1  Thank Sandy S
Reviewed 6 days ago via mobile

Modern bold installation type art. Get the 3D glasses. Go with some friends and enjoy the challenge to your perspective of life. It’s not for everyone. It’s loud and brash. The young groups were loving it.

1  Thank JeanfromAustralia
Reviewed 6 days ago

You have never been to a place like this. Part museum, part mystery, part funhouse. You will almost turn back because it is not cheap to enter, but you will not regret the cost and will stay for much longer than you planned.

3  Thank Brikabet
Reviewed 1 week ago

Don't get me wrong, what the creators of Meow Wolf did was extraordinary, they turned an old bowling alley into a 50-room wonderland that you could explore through different doorways, ladders, stairs, and secret passages. When they got it right, it was the absolute coolest...More

1  Thank jco71
Reviewed 1 week ago

It is hard to even describe this place, as it is unlike anything I have experienced. It is a very trippy alternate universe. You explore the various sights, psychedelic colors and sounds in an immersive, interconnected maze- like environment with secret doors and passageways. It...More

1  Thank Letsgetgoing17
Reviewed 1 week ago

This museum is of the wild and bazaar imagination of various artists. It sometimes feels like the 60’s era. Some attractions require climbing and crawling so if you can’t do this don’t worry there are more to see. Go through the refrigerator door.

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kdranchgirl
September 11, 2018|
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Response from MhzGal | Reviewed this property |
Definitely not wheelchair friendly. There is uneven terrain and small spaces where one would be unable to support another human to ambulate. There are not a lot of spots to rest along the way, either. Depending on the... More
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Ruden_Scott
August 23, 2018|
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Response from taosbound | Reviewed this property |
It isn’t that far from the city center. You can also probably take an Uber. But not too far. I would say about 5 miles. You can google map it.
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Danzigroup
July 9, 2018|
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Response from Carol C C | Reviewed this property |
I wouldn’t bring small kids. I think some. Of the exhibits would be a bit scary. And there are a lot of stairs and ups and downs for you to negotiate wheee you would have to carry them. So no I would say about 7 years and up.
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