Today’s the day! House of Eternal Return is now officially open...again! We are so grateful to be able to welcome everyone to safely explore. Enjoy the incredible experiences you remember and discover new spaces you won’t forget.
"The state has reviewed Meow Wolf’s health protocols and is satisfied with the important efforts they have made to safeguard the health and welfare of visitors. I'm personally very excited to have places like Meow Wolf back open." – Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham
To sneak a peek at what’s been happening behind the scenes since your last visit, peer through the eyes of some of the artists and early explorers who have been working inside.
Obsidiopolis’ new HoER installation is an introduction to the story world invented by artist Janell Langford through the lens of her main character, CJ. "It’s the culmination of so much of what Obsidiopolis is about: mixing comic book storytelling, design, and even interactive animation."
Just a few treasures inside the Trash Temple by Corinne Loperfido and Damon Williams. A throne made from an old headboard, a gazebo made from reclaimed spindles, and a bottle cap mosaic floor, which took five people two weeks to create.
This is Sarah. She’s made entirely out of felt by the amazing Paolo Puck. Her tail points in the direction of the closest vampire and she has a tremendous fear of raisins.
Squeeze into the Lighthouse for a sensory sugar rush, immersing you in color, shape, and motion. Take control of the four knobs to drag images across the screen like digital paint. Watch the room fill with endless images of you, standing in the center of your new creation — and then capture the moment using the photo booth!