Beyond Van Gogh: The Immersive Experience is coming to St. Louis for a limited engagement.
The exhibit invites visitors inside to experience the works of Vincent Van Gogh in a whole new way. Through the magic of “cutting-edge projection technology,” guests get an opportunity to feel like they’re walking around inside Van Gogh’s masterpieces of post-impressionism.
The experience runs for about an hour and includes more than 300 of Van Gogh’s iconic artworks (including “Starry Night" and "Sunflowers") along with his own words set to a symphonic score.
Precautions to prevent the spread of COVID-19 will be taken at the event. The exhibition allows for space of six feet or more between guests and face masks are required. Additionally, tickets will be sold for specific times to prevent overcrowding.
Guests may bring their wheelchairs or other mobility aids inside, and service animals are welcome as well as babies and strollers.
Visitors may also take pictures when inside the exhibit, but tripods and video recording are not allowed.
Though dates and a location for the event have not yet been announced, the exhibit has been selling out in other cities, so sign up at VanGoghStLouis.com
to be notified when ticketing information is announced.
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