If you are looking for unique things to do near Denver Colorado, then Meow Wolf Denver will likely be on your short list. This immersive art experience offers a kaleidoscope of creativity, mystery, and mind-bending art installations. In this review, we’ll take you on our captivating journey through Meow Wolf Denver, while uncovering its fascinating history and sharing our insights about the exhibits and the price.
The History of Meow Wolf Denver
Meow Wolf began its artistic journey in 2008, when a group of passionate artists and creatives came together to redefine the boundaries of immersive storytelling. Meow Wolf Denver is now their third installation with another in Las Vegas, Nevada. There is a theme/storyline the interweaves all three locations.
Exploring Meow Wolf
As we stepped into the mesmerizing world of Meow Wolf Denver, we were instantly transported to another dimension (which is part of the storyline.) The interactive exhibits, vibrant colors, and surreal landscapes offered an enchanting escape from reality. From crawling through hidden passages to solving mysteries and uncovering secret rooms, there was never a dull moment. Our imaginations soared as we immersed ourselves in the awe-inspiring installations.
Creativity and Imagination on full display
Meow Wolf Denver goes beyond traditional art exhibits, empowering visitors to become active participants in the creative process. The interactive nature of the installations fosters imagination and encourages exploration. Whether you’re painting on a digital canvas, playing with light and sound, or unraveling intricate narratives, Meow Wolf Denver offers a one-of-a-kind platform to unleash your creativity.
A word of warning on satanic symbolism
For 90% of the experience, the exhibit is fun, creative and free of political, spiritual, or cultural agendas. However, that other 10% is worth mentioning if you are brining children and/or sensitive to spiritual elements.
I didn’t take any pictures of those areas but there are a few rooms with a occult symbols and a few “almost” occult symbols.
Was Meow Wolf Denver worth the price?
At the time of this writing a ticket to Meow Wolf Convergence Station costs anywhere from $45 – $55. For a family of 4, that’s well over $200 for this art exhibit. (They offer a $5 discount for children) Compare that to a museum like the Guggenheim, where you can see actual Picassos at $30 adult ($19/child) and Meow Wolf Denver starts looking a little overpriced.