It’s not every day that Seattle gets a new museum, especially one like Chicago’s WNDR Museum. The immersive art and technology experience opens in less than a month and will be WNDR’s third-ever location. Here’s when you can visit it and what we know about it so far.

The Seattle WNDR Museum will open on March 22nd and will be located at 906 Alaskan Way. The museum is large at nearly 13,000 square feet and will have more than 20 exhibits for visitors to check out. Some of those exhibits include the light floor, hyper mirror, INSIDEOUT, and more.

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What makes WNDR so unique is the fact that it’s purely immersive. Its exhibits are created by artists, collectives, technologists, designers, makers, and more. Visitors can engage with the artworks and multisensory installations in many different ways be it touch, sight, sound, or even movement.

Tickets to the Seattle WNDR Museum are on sale as of today, Thursday, February 23rd. Visitors have the option of choosing between regular admission ($32) or VIP admission ($50). The VIP admission also includes expedited entry, a limited edition collector pin, WNDR Photo Memory, and 10% off Retail & WNDR Re-Run.

Seattle WNDR Museum

When: Opens March 22nd
Where: 906 Alaskan Way
Cost: $32+