Van Gogh: The Immersive Experience is about to move to brand new location with a fresh makeover!
Earlier this year, Van Gogh: The Immersive Experience opened at Atlanta’s historic landmark, Pullman Yards. The attraction brings Vincent Van Gogh’s work to life, using video mapping, projectors, unbeatable VR, and so much more! The experience has taken the city by storm, receiving rave reviews and has even made its way across the country, opening up locations in NYC, Miami, and more, following its stellar debut in the ATL.
The exhibition will be closing at Pullman Yards on Jan 3, but it’ll re-open in March at a new location, which will remain a secret (for now). But it doesn’t stop there. The new location will not only host Van Gogh, but other immersive art exhibits from the same producers, such as Claude Monet and Gustav Klimt!
Using technology to recreate animated displays of these masterpieces, you’ll be immersed directly into the paintings themselves, looking up at a Starry Night and watch the stars dance around the room in Van Gogh’s iconic style.
The exhibition recently released a statement saying, “Van Gogh: the Immersive Experience will re-open its doors in a brand-new spectacular venue, with a redesigned state of the art Van Gogh show that will be larger, more colorful, and even more immersive.“
Tickets for this brand new experience are already available to buy, however, you’ll have to wait to find out more information about the venue, and the additional exhibitions focusing on Monet & Klimt. Make sure to book your tickets for Van Gogh: The Immersive Experience, to be one of the first to witness their anticipated new look and location.