Featuring over 70 rooms of interactive art, House of Eternal Return takes participants on a macrocosmic adventure of seemingly endless possibilities.Buy Tickets
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Midtown is all about Meow Wolf, which turned an old bowling alley into an interactive art installation with a trippy, abstract take on classic Americana. The less you know about this in advance, the better.
Off the Strip, the immersive-art producer Meow Wolf will reveal the sprawling Omega Mart, an “interactive superstore,” at the just-opened entertainment complex Area15 early next year. Anywhere else, and all this would seem like too much to believe.
Meow Wolf, the Santa Fe-based arts and entertainment company whose backers include George R.R. Martin (Game of Thrones), has brought on Barbara Ford Grant as its new chief technology officer.
The house hides a mystery...
Something has happened inside a peculiar Victorian manor that dissolved the nature of time and space. Who were the Selig family? Where did they go? Examine the clues spread throughout the house to find out what happened and follow secret passageways into fantastic dimensions!
Each participant chooses their own path through the exhibition by walking, climbing, and crawling through an imaginative multiverse of environments. The House is appropriate for people of all ages, and most of the exhibit is ADA accessible.
Find out what happens when art becomes everything you see, hear and touch. Be careful around the portals, though. They could go anywhere…
George R.R. Martin purchased a vacant former bowling alley, which Meow Wolf then converted into a multi-use art installation and entertainment complex. Meow Wolf Santa Fe stands as a beacon of creativity and community in Santa Fe’s emerging Midtown Innovation District, welcoming locals and tourists alike to take part in fun, enriching art experiences, workshops, and community activities.
Tickets for House of Eternal Return can be purchased here or in person.