London is home to some of the world’s most vibrant art and culture and you’ll be hard-pressed to visit the city without coming across any displays of brilliant artwork. Some of the world’s most famous masterpieces are housed in London, gracing the walls of well-known galleries and museums.
It would be a shame to visit the city and not spend some time appreciating the art it has to offer. Aside from galleries and museums housing paintings, there are also some incredible exhibitions and must-see experiences available.
The Van Gogh immersive experience is still open and will continue to sell tickets through until April of 2023 meaning there is plenty of time to get down to the city and visit this incredible exhibit.
This has proven to be an incredibly popular exhibition and it would surely be a shame to pass up the opportunity while it’s still available.
Similarly, there is an immersive Salvador Dali exhibition, open until the end of February next year called Dali Cybernetics. This is a sensory dream and has rooms of 360-degree digital projections and even VR experiences.
For any fans of his work, this will surely be a life-changing experience and is something to get in the diary before time runs out.
Yayoi Kusama’s Infinity Mirror Rooms opened in June of 2021 and have been extended until June of next year, meaning they will have been open to the public for two whole years.
Currently housed in the Tate Modern, it is a must-see for anyone visiting the area and tickets are relatively inexpensive so there is really no excuse to pass it up.
Opened in May of last year, the Weird Sensation Feels Good ASMR exhibition housed in The Design Museum is an immersive, sound-oriented exhibition that allows you to explore the sensory benefits of autonomous sensory meridian responses.
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