Here is everything you need to know about the immersive experience of Van Gogh in Las Vegas.
The lightning strikes and the image disappears into the darkness. The arch collapsed and vines grew. Suddenly, the colors exploded, and when we experienced Van Gogh’s work in an unprecedented way, the room became vivid.
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Last update: July 26, 2021
I am very excited about the continuous development of the art world in Las Vegas. When we lived here 4 years ago, it was completely different from now.
Van Gogh’s immersive experience
What is Van Gogh’s immersive experience
Located in Las Vegas Area 15, Van Gogh’s immersive experience allows you to see his work in a whole new way. The portal becomes a live painting through its 360-degree projection, sound and light. The 30-minute program is played in a continuous loop, taking you to enjoy some of his most famous works.
After arriving in Zone 15, we waited in line for admission. As soon as we entered the door, we saw tables scattered around the room and chairs on the walls.
Our first reaction was to grab a table. We sat and watched the wall and the ground change.
After a few minutes, we decided to walk around to see if other vantage points were more worthwhile.
Most people chose a seat and did not move much. We found seats on the corner wall and ended up staying there for the rest of the show. From the corner, we can see more and appreciate the scale of the room.
We stayed for a full cycle, but we saw other people stay longer.
The waiter comes over to serve drinks, so you can sit down and enjoy longer if you want.
There are two Van Gogh exhibitions in Las Vegas
At first we were confused about this! After research, we realized that AREA15 has Van Gogh: an immersive experience that lasts until July 5th.
There is also a show called Immersive Van Gogh Exhibit Las Vegas that will come to town on July 1st, the location is not public.
We cannot be 100% sure about the difference between exhibitions, but we will notify you after the opening of other exhibitions.
Van Gogh’s fare: an immersive experience
The Van Gogh Exhibition will be held from April 6th to September 30th, 2021. Performances are performed every day (except Friday) from 12 noon to 11 pm.
ticket price As described below:
aldult 35 USD
child 19 USD
Advanced/Military 28 USD
Nevada resident adult 25 USD
Children of NV residents 12 USD
NV Advanced/Military 20 dollars
They also sell family outfits (2 adults + 2 children) at discounted prices.
Van Gogh’s route: an immersive experience
3215 S Rancho Dr
Las Vegas, Nevada 89102 (map)
Getting to AREA15 is easy. It is near the north end of the Las Vegas Strip. There are plenty of parking spaces, and they have an area dedicated to carpooling.
- There are many things to see and do Area 15.Take a look at this guide Help you plan a whole day there.
- You can bring your bag and camera to visit this exhibition.
- IMO, the corner seat gives you the best view.
- You can walk around during the experience to get different vantage points.
- The show loops continuously for 30 minutes, so if you miss something, you can stay until it repeats.
- Drinks are served inside. Look for servers wandering around.
- Book your time as early as possible to get the best seat selection.
- They have a guided painting experience called Sunflowers and roses Happened on 7/29, 8/12 and 8/26.
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Have you been to the Van Gogh immersive experience in District 15? Or other immersive Van Gogh exhibitions? What do you think?
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Esther and Jacob are the founders of Local Adventurer, one of the top 5 travel blogs in the United States. They believe that adventures can be found near and far, and hope to inspire others to explore locally. They explore a new city in depth every year and are currently settled in Las Vegas.