Texas Best Immersive Art Exhibits

These fun Immersive Art Installations have been popular for several years now, and Texas gets the best of the best when it comes to what’s new! Since we first experienced Martin Creed’s half the air in a given space at the Nasher Sculpture Center, I’ve been absolutely hooked! Last year we traveled to Santa Fe to Meow Wolf, which was mind-blowing! Check out these great installations, and save this link, as I’ll update when new projects open and close!

Area 3, 1600 Commerce Street., Dallas Dalpark Parking Garage As 2020 as something can get, this is a drive-thru immersive art exhibit, running in a parking garage in Downtown Dallas from October 1st – January 1st!

Austin Wonderspace, 2105 Sheldon Cove Road, Austin Step inside the box for this amazing installation that will take your breath away!

Fomo Factory, 5085 Westheimer Road, Houston at the Galleria A fun and sweet art exhibit that allows you to get in the picture! Running now through December 31st!

Hopscotch 711 Navarro, San Antonio Now open in downtown San Antonio, Hopscotch is a uniquely curated, permanent 20,000 sq ft gallery which features 14 distinctive immersive and interactive installations from over 40 local, national and international artists.

Rainbow Vomit, 3609 Parry Ave., Dallas This completely immersive studio frequently changes out their exhibits to keep everything fresh and unique, and keep visitors guessing what is coming next! We have been a couple of times, and it’s always fun! Pizza Lounge Dallas next door is a great before or after stop on your visit!

Sweet Tooth Hotel, Victory Plaza, Dallas Explore eleven colorfully immersive installations, created with more than two million feet of yarn. As you walk from room to room, new adventures await you in this exhibit created by some of the top female fiber artists in the nation.

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