WNDR Museum Opens Its Largest Location To Date In Boston Thursday, February 1

First East Coast Location to Feature More Than 20 Multi-Sensory Exhibits, Redefining the Traditional Museum Experience

Tickets On Sale Tomorrow, December 1 at 10 a.m. ET

WNDR Museum, an unparalleled immersive art and technology experience, today announced tickets will go on sale tomorrow, December 1 for reservations beginning Thursday, February 1 at its newest location in downtown Boston. The Boston museum will be WNDR’s fourth and largest location to date, part of a nationwide expansion stemming from its flagship in Chicago. Located at 500 Washington Street in Boston’s Downtown Crossing, the more than 17,000 square-foot museum will disrupt and redefine the traditional museum experience by inviting guests to fully engage with artworks and multi-sensory installations created by cutting edge artists, collectives, technologists, designers, and makers. Tickets to WNDR Museum Boston for reservations beginning Thursday, February 1 will go on sale tomorrow, Friday, December 1 at 10 a.m. ET atwww.WNDRBoston.com.

“From the beginning, we were drawn to Boston’s dynamic, diverse art scene,” said Chris Freeman, President of WNDR Global. “Much like WNDR Museum, Boston exists at the intersection of past, present and future, so it made perfect sense for WNDR’s East Coast debut. We look forward to becoming a staple in the city’s world-class arts community.”

WNDR Museum Boston will feature more than 20 exhibits designed to ignite guests’ senses through breathtaking experiences. WNDR Museum Boston will be home to localized versions of popular exhibits found at WNDR’s flagship Chicago location alongside pieces by internationally acclaimed artists including Yayoi Kusama’s Let’s Survive Forever. Created by Kusama in 2017 and considered to be one of her masterpieces, Let’s Survive Forever features stainless steel balls suspended from the ceiling and arranged on the floor of the Infinity Room; an enclosed column within the room offers yet another mirrored environment accessible through peepholes. A sense of infinity is offered through the play of reflections between the circular shapes and surrounding mirrors on the room’s walls.

“Yayoi Kusama is considered to be one of the most prolific and celebrated living artists today with a truly incredible history and body of work, and we are grateful to have the opportunity to showcase this piece to the public as a source of awe and inspiration,” said WNDR Museum Creative Director David Allen. “At WNDR Museum, we are committed to breaking down the sense of distance and exclusivity often associated with art and we’re proud to redefine the museum experience as a dynamic, inclusive source of engagement and connection. We can’t wait to bring this iconic Kusama infinity room to WNDR guests in Boston, alongside works by a variety of emerging and established artists across mediums.”

As guests travel through WNDR Museum Boston, they will be taken on a multi-dimensional journey where they will serve as an extension of each creator by interacting with various installations. Dance across two iterations of Brightlogic x WNDR Studios’ Light Floor and watch them react to your every move. Proclaim “what you know for sure” with WNDR Studios’ The Wisdom Project. Weather the storm in Leigh Sachwitz ‘+flora&faunavisions’ INSIDEOUT.

No two visits to the WNDR Museum are the same. Voted one of the top 10 immersive art experiences in the country by USA Today’s 2022 and 2023 Reader Polls and named one of the 10 best immersive experiences in the U.S. to check out right now by TimeOut, WNDR Museum consistently curates its experience by leaning in to cutting edge technologies to enhance existing installations as well as add new immersive experiences year-round.

Tickets & Hours

General admission tickets to WNDR Museum Boston start at $32 and must be purchased in advance at www.WNDRBoston.com. Discounted tickets are available for children ages 12 and under starting at $22, children ages two and under are free. All active and retired military members with ID also receive a discounted rate with tickets starting at $26.

Hours of Operation:

Monday – Wednesday: 11:00 a.m. – 8:00 p.m.

Thursday: 11:00 a.m. – 10:00 p.m.

Friday – Saturday: 9:00 a.m. – 10:00 p.m.

Sunday: 9:00 a.m. – 8:00 p.m.

For more information, visitwww.WNDRBoston.com. Follow WNDR Museum onInstagram,Facebook,Twitter andTikTok using #wndrmuseum.