Following its massive success in many cities across the globe, Van Gogh: The Immersive Experience is finally open in a stunning venue in Grand Rapids!
Ever since its opening in NYC, London, Barcelona and a number of other cities, Van Gogh: The Immersive Experience has captured the hearts of thousands! And now, it has finally opened at a transformed venue at 555 Center Dr. NW, Walker, MI, 49544, so prepare to get transported to the magical universe of the Dutch genius, Vincent Van Gogh. You do not want to miss out — get tickets here!
An enchanting Candlelight Concert featuring the classical music of Vivaldi, Tchaikovsky, Beethoven, Mozart, and more is coming to the experience for one night only. On November 5, you won’t want to miss being surrounded by the soft glow of candlelight and Van Gogh’s iconic paintings.
At Van Gogh: The Immersive Experience, you’ll see the Dutch painter’s work take over the walls and encompass your surroundings through the lenses of several dozen projectors, hyper-realistic VR headsets, or a mix of both. Experiencing artwork by looking at paintings is one thing, and being inside the paintings is a whole different thing.
At this stunning Van Gogh Exhibit, you won’t just step into the paintings and be immersed by their vibrant colors, you’ll also get an inside look at the painter’s life, what influenced his artwork and why he is one of the greatest of the Post-Impressionists.
All of this will take place at a completely transformed venue—which was made into a stunning art gallery for this occasion.
Van Gogh: The Immersive Experience has received rave reviews from attendees who have experienced this exclusive event in Grand Rapids.
Ilene S. – “Wonderfully done presentation. Best art show I’ve seen in 40 years. Clever, creative, and visually stunning. Music was superb too.”
Deborah R. – “Amazing! Loved the whole experience. I like how each phase was more impressive than the last, culminating in the virtual realty. I want to go again soon!”
Nancy P. – “This was fabulous! We learned new things about Vincent Van Gogh and marveled at his breathtaking work. The visual changes during the exhibit were outstanding.”