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    Van Gogh: The Immersive Experience PHL

    Brought to you by the organizers of a collection of widely successful exhibitions present in cities across Europe, Asia and The Americas.

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    Van Gogh: The Immersive Experience

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    Van Gogh: The Immersive Experience is a 360º digital art exhibition in Philadelphia that invites you to step into the universe of the Dutch genius, Vincent van Gogh. It is brought to you by the organizers of a collection of widely successful exhibitions present in cities across Europe, Asia and the Americas

    🚨 New dates added! 🚨

    Availability

    🟡 May - Limited availability

    🟢 June - Good availability

    Official Tickets

    🎫 Standard Access - includes entry to the exhibition:

    Adult Child (4 to 12)

    Family Pass (max. 2 adults + min. 2 kids)

    Senior (65+), Student (13 to 26), or Military

    Group Bundle (min. 9 people) - enjoy a 10% discount on ticket price

    🎫 VIP Access - includes entry to the exhibition, entry to the VR experience* with skip-the-line, and a poster of your choice:

    VIP Adult VIP Child (4 to 12)

    *For Standard Access only ticket holders, entry to the VR experience can be purchased separately on site

    Highlights

    🎨 Discover a new way to enjoy the works of Vincent van Gogh

    🧑‍🎨 Immerse yourself in the artist's masterpieces with a 360-degree digital show

    📽️ One-of-a-kind VR experience: travel through 8 works and their source of inspiration in "A Day in the Life of the Artist in Arles France"

    ✨ Digital displays, sound effects, projection mapping and much more!

    General Info

    📅 Date: April - June, 2022

    🕒 Opening hours (time slots available every half hour):

    - Monday, Wednesday, Thursday: 10:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.

    - Friday: 10:00 a.m. - 7:00 p.m.

    - Saturday: 9:00 a.m. - 7:00 p.m.

    - Sunday & holidays: 9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.

    Detailed info about opening hours and ticket prices at the end of this text.

    ⏳ Duration: The visit will take around 60 to 75 minutes

    👤 Age requirement: All ages! Free entry for children under 4 years old

    📍 Location: The Tower Theatre. Get directions

    ♿ Accessibility: The exhibition is wheelchair accessible

    ❓ Please consult the FAQs of this experience here

    🔗 Following Philadelphia City's Regulation from the 18th of April onwards face-mask wearing is mandatory to attend this experience. Safety measures will be in place throughout the experience, you can read them here

    Description

    Have you ever dreamt of stepping into a painting? Take an awe-inspiring journey into the incomparable universe of Van Gogh, one of the greatest artistic geniuses of the 19th century. Explore his life, his work, and his secrets as never before through cutting-edge 360 degree digital projections, a one-of-a-kind VR experience, and a uniquely atmospheric light and sound show. This impactful experience has already thrilled visitors in Naples, Italy, Brussels, Belgium, and the UK. Become completely immersed in the works of art around you, and feel the shift in reality as you dive deep into the world created by Van Gogh's brush strokes.

    Reviews

    💬 Dorothy J. - ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ "The show was great and the effects were amazing. We all enjoyed it and the kids did, too. Thanks for bringing the show to the Philly area!"

    💬 William B. - ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ "Great experience all the way around!! Parking was a breeze and free! Venue was clean and staff were helpful and friendly!! Show was unbelievable and we had a wonderful time!!"

    💬 Shannon F. - ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ "The whole family from a moody teenager to an old-school grandmother really enjoyed it. We learned things about Van Gogh we didn't know, saw works of his art we'd never seen, and the digital artistry and VR were absolutely amazing--do it!"

    You can read more reviews here

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    VIP Adult for $64.90

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    VIP Child for $39.90

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    Family Pass (Max. 2 adults + Min. 2 kids) for $28.20

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    Senior, Student, or Military for $29.90

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    Group Bundle for $40.50

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    Getting there

    The Tower Theatre

    S 69th St &, Ludlow St, Upper Darby, 19082

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    Van Gogh Experience In Philadelphia: The Ultimate Guide

    The Van Gogh Experience runs through November at the Tower Theater. We paid it a visit so we could tell you all you need to know about it.

    Everything You Need to Know Before Visiting Philadelphia’s Van Gogh Experience Pop-Up

    The 3-D, audio-visual museum pop-up is up and running in Upper Darby’s Tower Theater.

    by VICTOR FIORILLO·

    People taking in the Van Gogh Experience, which just opened at the Tower Theater just outside of Philadelphia (photo courtesy Van Gogh Experience)

    What is the Van Gogh Experience?

    The Van Gogh Experience is an immersive art exhibit all about the life and work of Vincent Van Gogh. The first part of the experience is a typical gallery setup, showing famous and not-so-famous works by Van Gogh. As you walk through, you’ll also find 3-D visuals of his works and other unique presentations. There’s a virtual reality experience where you put on goggles and you’re in a recreation of Van Gogh’s bedroom based off his paintings. Then you walk (virtually) outside to explore his environment that he painted. You see a sight in his town, and then you see a visual of the actual painting inspired by that image. But the real centerpiece of the Van Gogh Experience is a huge hall where you can sit or stand and take in a fascinating seemingly three-dimensional audio-visual presentation about Van Gogh and his artwork. So think of it as a very technologically advanced Van Gogh pop-up museum.

    But is the Van Gogh Experience any good?

    I was pretty skeptical going into it, to be honest. So basically they’re just projecting a bunch of paintings I’ve seen a million times onto big walls? That was the thought running through my head as I traveled to the venue. But the big room with all of the lights and sounds and projections is a positively thrilling way to experience the work of one of the world’s greatest artists. You’re literally surrounded by his art and by music perfectly synched to the animations. You’ll see a Van Gogh painting on one of the 15,000-square-foot screens and water starts pouring out of it … and it really looks like water is pouring out of it. Even the floor beneath your feet morphs and melts with beautiful imagery. It’s trippy. And it’s a lot to take in. The kind of thing where you might want to go twice to catch what you missed.

    I had my 15-year-old, not-particularly-arty son with me and after we sat in the big hall for about 20 minutes, I asked him if he wanted to check out the virtual reality lounge. He said, “No, let’s wait. This is really good.” So take that for what it’s worth. As for the art gallery, you do learn a lot about Van Gogh while in there if you take the time to read what’s on the signage, but as far as art galleries go, I could take it or leave it. (Some of the works have annoying glares from the lighting.) And the VR thing is cool enough.

    Where is this all happening?

    The iconic Tower Theater in Upper Darby! Actually, it’s a pretty amazing setup. I was wondering how on earth they were going to have a big open hall in that building. Well, they built the entire Van Gogh Experience on platforms above the seats.

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    The Tower Theater marquee

    All you see as you walk is carpeting, but what’s beneath that carpeting and the structure it covers are the same seats people sat in for decades to watch David Bowie, Prince and Bruce Springsteen perform. And when you’re in the VR lounge, look up. Just a couple of feet above your head is the unmistakable ceiling of the Tower Theater. You’ll recognize it immediately.

    Should I bring my kids?

    My 15 year old says absolutely. This is definitely a novel way to introduce your kids to an artist. And it’s hard not to find the Experience in the big hall dazzling, no matter your age. There’s also an art room with lots of supplies, so your kid can get all Van Gogh for a bit and take home their own creation. I personally wouldn’t bring little kids (I’d recommend ages 6 and up), especially those with short attention spans. Ultimately, the Van Gogh Experience can be a meditative solo outing, a great date, a night out with friends, or family fun.

    When does the Van Gogh Experience start and end?

    After some delays, the Van Gogh Experience opened to the general public on Friday, September 3rd. It’s currently scheduled to run through the end of November. Ticket availability can be a little sketchy for September and October, though you can still find tickets, especially if you don’t need to go on a weekend. November is pretty wide open. For now. The buzz is reallllly starting to build, so I would buy your tickets sooner than later. The experience starts at 9 a.m. or 10 a.m. and ends at 7 p.m. or 8 p.m. depending on the day of the week.

    How long does it take to get through the whole thing?

    We breezed through the gallery in about 10 minutes, though you could certainly spend 30 minutes if you’re looking and reading closely. The show in the big hall runs on a loop that’s about 35 minutes long. I would recommend that you plan on staying for the whole thing. It’s genuinely rewarding. The VR experience takes about 10 minutes. And then there’s the ubiquitous gift shop. Yes, you exit through the gift shop.

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    Another scene from inside the Van Gogh Experience (photo courtesy the Van Gogh Experience)

    How much does the Van Gogh Experience cost?

    For standard admission midweek, adults are $39.90 during the day and $44.90 after 5 p.m, while children aged four to twelve are $24.90, no matter the time of day. On weekends, adults are $49.90 and children are $27.90, no matter the time of day. Senior citizens, students aged 13 to 26, or members of the military are $29.90 to $31.90 midweek and $34.90 on weekends. Mercifully, there’s a family pack that grants admission for two adults and two kids that ranges from $101.60 to $124.80, depending on timing. Kids under four are free.

    Source : www.phillymag.com

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    Put Your Paintings On Display

    Discover what it feels like to be in Van Gogh’s shoes for a day. Make your own paintings and have them projected on the walls in an experience loved by kids and grown-ups alike.

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    Step into a 20,000sqft light and sound spectacular featuring two-story projections of the artist’s most compelling works.

    VR Experience

    Walk alongside Van Gogh during a visually rich journey into the inspiration behind 8 of his iconic works, including Vincent’s Bedroom at Arles & Starry Night Over The Rhone.

    Rediscover Art

    Van Gogh: The Immersive Experience reinvents the concept of museums. Get to know the artist and his art like never before with the help of exquisite storytelling and cutting-edge technology.

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    Van Gogh Philadelphia Exhibit Reviews

    What people think about our Van Gogh exhibit in Philadelphia

    4.8 out of 5 stars

    Dorothy J.

    The show was great and the effects were amazing. We all enjoyed it and the kids did, too. Thanks for bringing the show to the Philly area!

    Margaux D.

    This was one of the best experience I’ve had with art and especially Van Gogh. The people working were fantastic and helped make the experience better! Best workers best staff and great venue! A great time enjoyed by all. Definitely recommend!!

    Mike K.

    Thoroughly enjoyed the show. It was fascinating to see his paintings morph from one version to the next. Highly recommend attending. Very safe with all the Covid protocols. The attendants were very helpful. Very much worth the time and money.

    Peggy W.

    Thoroughly enjoyed the experience. Thank you for bringing it to Philadelphia.

    Cecilia C.

    I loved the entire experience. I enjoyed sitting watching his works materialize in such beautiful displays. The extra virtual reality experience was so cool! Loved coloring s picture and putting it under the special lamp that displayed it on the wall in a frame! So glad I went!!

    Eddie D.

    I went with my daughter and granddaughter and we had a fantastic time. The exhibit was very informative without being an encyclopedia of information yay. It was very engaging we got to color in his paintings and see how he would see them. I must say the virtual 3D exhibit was outstanding what a great time we had.

    Susan B.

    It was beautiful! The whole experience was nice! All the staff was friendly and helpful. It wasn’t too crowded. And the way things were displayed was amazing! And to get to color then have the picture displayed was really cool!

    William B.

    Great experience all the way around!! Parking was a breeze and free! Venue was clean and staff were helpful and friendly!! Show was unbelievable and we had a wonderful time!!

    Diane T.

    Wonderful! The exhibition is fabulous. My husband, daughter, son-in-law and 2 grandkids came with me. They loved the VR experience too. The main exhibition was so peaceful yet stimulating. I would love to see this type of experience with other artists.

    Rhonda L.

    Our experience was wonderful! Everything was absolutely fabulous and the ending moved me to tears….such a fabulous time and highly recommend!!!

    Gretchen K.

    It was trippy, educational and very heart-warming. I was amazed at how the exhibits all came alive, and I loved, loved, LOVED exhibit!

    Shannon F.

    The whole family from a moody teenager to an old-school grandmother really enjoyed it. We learned things about Van Gogh we didn't know, saw works of his art we'd never seen, and the digital artistry and VR were absolutely amazing--do it!

    Dorothy J.

    The show was great and the effects were amazing. We all enjoyed it and the kids did, too. Thanks for bringing the show to the Philly area!

    Margaux D.

    This was one of the best experience I’ve had with art and especially Van Gogh. The people working were fantastic and helped make the experience better! Best workers best staff and great venue! A great time enjoyed by all. Definitely recommend!!

    Mike K.

    Thoroughly enjoyed the show. It was fascinating to see his paintings morph from one version to the next. Highly recommend attending. Very safe with all the Covid protocols. The attendants were very helpful. Very much worth the time and money.

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