Broadcast the news from Mars? You can at new immersive experience in Camp North End
Crayola IDEAworks, a 17,000 square-foot immersive experience bursting with lights, sound and color, is on its way to Camp North End for a limited tour stop.
Starting May 13, visitors to the exhibit will start by choosing an icon and scanning an RFID wristband that will help personalize the experience of moving through stations. At each stop, there will be activities to help you solve problems and guide you toward finding your creative strengths.
Examples of the fun include working with an animated shark pitching products, using foam noodles and connectors to get building and stepping onto a set to practice broadcasting the news from Mars.
What: Crayola IDEAworks
When: May 13-July 31
Tickets: Purchase online in advance. Costs vary, depending on the day of
the week and whether you’re visiting at a peak time or off-peak time. General admission tickets are $20-$29, while VIP tickets that offer a wider time range are $34-$39.
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