Stepping into the exhibits at Rainbow Vomit, the interactive art gallery set amid the bars on Parry Ave. in Dallas’ Fair Park, is like stepping into a comic book. You’re set adrift in a land of colors, unicorns and surprises around each turn! Fun and friendly for the entire family, it’s a definite to do!
Tickets are purchased online, and I did balk just a little at $25/person, but was very comfortable at the $20/person family 4 (or more) pack. The gallery is located just across the street from the Music Hall at Fair Park, facing Parry. We had a little trouble finding it by following our GPS, which took us to a parking lot instead, but it’s located in the same buildings as Pizza Lounge and Hollywood Five and Dime Men’s Wear.
I wasn’t getting great poses our of my 11-year-old, who wanted to play and explore more than take selfies! I can’t really blame him, there is just so much to see! My 17-year-old selfie-addicted daughter would have loved posing for me, and I sent her pictures and promises of a return visit.
Candid pictures are more fun anyway!
Just for fun, I gave him a quick lesson on how to use a rotary phone.
You have to pay really close attention to all the little details, because while there is so much that is obvious, there are little hidden surprises everywhere!
Surprises, big and small, were everywhere! I’ve tried to just post a few of my favorite pictures, but there is so much more!
This was a fun surprise! I’d love to bring my son back with a button up shirt on over a superman t-shirt! What I love best about Rainbow Vomit is that they offer up the start of the story, and everyone has their own interpretation of how to pose, act, or play! While the boys ran around, I really enjoyed watching the other visitors fun poses that I would have never thought of!
It’s raining bananas! Beyond the bananas are the restrooms, which are even decorated!
Because Rainbow Vomit……
And throughout there are fun props to make your pictures even more fun!
Rainbow Vomit over Dallas.
The Ribbon Wall was a definite favorite!
Things To Do in Dallas
The Children’s Aquarium at Fair Park is just across the street, and made with children in mind! Click HERE to read more.
Texas Discovery Gardens, also in Fair Park, is a beautiful garden and has daily butterfly talks and releases into the glass butterfly house! Click HERE to read more.
Absolutely stop by Hollywood Five and Dime Men’s Wear, but if you are without kids, there are some great places to try, like Eight Bells Alehouse!
Stop by Pizza Lounge or pack a picnic to eat in Fair Park by the lagoon, where the kids will love playing and bring some grapes or chopped lettuce to feed the huge turtles!
3609 Parry Ave., Dallas
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