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No. 4: WNDR Museum – Chicago, Illinois

Enjoying art doesn’t have to mean gazing at paintings on a wall. These 10 interactive art spaces, voted as the best by USA TODAY 10Best readers, offer multi-sensory experiences that are meant to immerse you within the art itself.

No. 10: Flutter – Los Angeles, California

Flutter calls itself “a mini-vacation into a worry-free zone” or “a spa day for your heart and soul.” This multi-sensory installation in Los Angeles features a series of rooms, each curated by a different contemporary artist.


No. 9: Otherworld – Columbus, Ohio

Otherworld, an immersive art experience in Columbus, occupies a 32,000-square-foot space with 47 rooms of interactive art, secret passageways and mixed reality playgrounds. More than 40 artists contributed to the project, with backgrounds in everything from creative writing to digital fabrication.


No. 8: City Museum – St. Louis, Missouri

Housed in the 600,000-square-foot former warehouse of the International Shoe Company, the St. Louis City Museum has a bit of everything – the world’s largest jungle gym, a 10-story spiral slide and a rooftop garden with stellar views of the city. Some 20 artists created the large-scale features of this interactive museum well before the term ‘immersive art’ became a thing.

No. 7: ARTECHOUSE – Washington, DC

Washington‘s ARTECHOUSE isn’t your typical art gallery. Instead, it’s an immersive, interactive space designed for showcasing experimental, large-scale installations by the world’s most cutting-edge artists. The company also operates spaces in New York City and Miami Beach.


For Full List: USA Today 10 Best

Link:  Where to soak in the 10 best immersive art experiences in the US




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