Immersive Art Installation 29 Rooms Returns to Brooklyn September 2017

Slowly but surely, a fairly new category in themed entertainment is carving a niche for itself. Immersive and interactive art installations have been popping up around the country over the last few years. For those unfamiliar, a permanent version of this medium is now open in Santa Fe, New Mexico called House of Eternal Return created by Meow Wolf. Seriously, click this link it will blow your mind. Now a new immersive art installation is headed for Brooklyn known as 29 Rooms.


Named after… well… 29 Rooms that you can explore, the interactive fun house will be open Sep 8 – 11, 2017. Guests who buy tickets online will be given a reserved three-hour time slot to explore the 29 rooms however they please.

The pictures you see in today’s article appear from last year’s 29 Rooms in Brooklyn event. This year promised to be even better. Plus, if you live on the west coast, you’ll be able to experience this in California in December!

Without question, these types of installations will continue to pop up. They will become more elaborate and more interactive. A playground for adults, if you will. If you happen to be in Brooklyn for 29 Rooms, I’d love to hear your thoughts on this one of a kind experience! For more information on tickets click this link.

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