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HarpistSantaFe wrote a review Feb 17
Santa Fe207 contributions237 helpful votes
Unbridled creativity. There us just too much to see and take in in only one visit, it gets a little tiresome after the fourth or fifth time! An absolute MUST for visitors to Santa Fe and young people.
Date of experience: March 2020
Merrie C wrote a review Dec 2020
Bend, Oregon24 contributions4 helpful votes
Such fun and creativity beyond...Take the trip through this realm. A great experience for the entire family.
Date of experience: January 2020
Robert Paulson wrote a review Oct 2020
Dallas, Texas4 contributions5 helpful votes
This is how every art exhibit should be! Very fun and interesting. Always find something new on every visit!
Date of experience: February 2020
1 Helpful vote
Tina H wrote a review Aug 2020
Batavia, New York148 contributions50 helpful votes
pictures cant do it justice - we went on a whim as my daughter recommended and we were getting ready to head out of town. it was $25 to get in - you could spend 5 hours, leave and come back later that night - I found the price not too expensive. Im so glad that people spent the time to transform JUNK into art - I especially liked playing music on the laser like strings. this is fun for all ages - lots to look at - it is an ADULT FUN HOUSE - as to the comments saying they "wish they were younger and high" then they would enjoy it - well they would be mistaken - I remember when star trek first came out and how FAR OUT that was - Art is subjective.. Transforming a school bus like that was pretty cool …
Date of experience: November 2019
2 Helpful votes
Kirstenokc wrote a review Aug 2020
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma34 contributions33 helpful votes
I'm glad we did this; we'd heard a lot about it. And while it was cool, it wasn't mind blowing. It was basically a series of "sets", like a stage play, with a small amount of it being interactive. I can see that children would absolutely love it. It was fun to see the hardcore people, mostly young people, who've obviously been many times and are trying to solve the "mystery". That was probably the best thing about it. (Kids doing something besides video games!) I think it you were locale and had time to try to find all the clues, it would be more fun.…
Date of experience: December 2019
2 Helpful votes