Van Gogh: The Immersive Experience · Reviews
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Absolutely incredible! Learned so much about his life; the influences and changes in his work. The immersion was so revelatory. I've been telling everyone about it including my Starbucks baristas!
Fabulous! Loved the whole experience Art/Technology immersion.
Cool exhibit. The immersive room was really well done. The VR is worth the $5 enough content to be interesting and not overwhelming.
the whole family and I loved this experience and would love to see more exhibits like this
Loved the projection room. It made his work feel alive in a new way
We had a nice and relaxing experience. I feel if the lights were somehow dimmer, maybe the images would be more crisp?
Fantastic! Information and creative. The VR experience blew my mind!
Great show, customer service from fever is great too. I thought about changing my ticket (didnt end up needing to) and they responded quickly and offered to give me code to rebook
Stunning and such an incredible experience! Definitely allow plenty of time and do the VR experience.
Brilliant, amazing, incredible, wonderful, vibrant experience that taught me more about Van Gogh which gave me insight and understanding to his work making the experience that much more powerful. The mimosas were great too!
honestly a life changing experience. I can not express to you how many emotions I experienced throughout the entire exhibit. I cannot express this enough and I can promise you, it will be something you'll never forget
Kid friendly exhibit, worth the wait for our family! We had family visiting from Cali that got the chance to come with us too!
So very beautiful and amazing!!! We’re visiting from Louisiana and just happened to see it advertised on a post outside a restaurant. I have been wanting to see this exhibit! What a wonderful experience!!! Thank you!!!
The exhibit was amazing! My first time experience dealing with Fever was great and their help with the site has made me a forever customer!
great to see so much van gogh in one place, the large room was fascinating, and i learned a lot i didn't know about one of my favorite artists