An immersive art experience sounds like a high brow thing to do on a Saturday night and I am here for it! I can't lie to your face and say I am someone who frequents museums even in non-Covid times. I can only handle looking at framed photos and sculptures in cases for so long. HOWEVER, something tells me the exhibit coming to Boston this Summer would be enough visual stimulation even for my low attention span.

We're all generally familiar with Van Gogh and his most famous painting "Starry Night", right? According to vangoghexpo.comVan Gogh: The Immersive Experience is a 20,000 square foot light and sound spectacular. Imagine what it would be like to step inside this infamous painting and enjoy it's brilliance in 360 degrees. It is the perfect, safe, and socially distant activity to do solo, with your significant other, or even with the kids! The site state there is a surprise at the end for young artists! I LOVE SURPRISES!

The only other "Immersive Experience" I have attended was the F.R.I.E.N.D.S exhibit in Boston last year RIGHT BEFORE the pandemic hit. It was unbelievable to see my best friends' (Chandler, Joey, Monica, Rachel, etc.) apartments recreated! The exhibit also featured actual props and costumes from the show was a dream come true for a die hard Friends enthusiast like myself. Needless to say, I loved it.

But once the world reopens I promised myself I would say yes to any and every opportunity to leave my house and put real pants on. So yes, I will be buying tickets to this exhibit which go on sale March 3rd at 10 am.

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