After an unplanned five-week delay, wndr museum finally opened its doors last month, allowing visitors to explore the art- and science-inspired installations and snap some amazing photos along the way. The interactive museum has been a success so far—tickets for its first month (September 21 through October 22) have been sold out since earlier this week, prompting organizers to release a new batch of tickets.
Yesterday, wndr museum started selling tickets for dates falling between October 24 and November 26, which means that it's time to make plans if your want to snap a selfie inside of a genuine Yayoi Kusama Infinity Mirror Room. The cost of admission is $32 per person, and you can make a reservation on wndr museum's website.
The team behind wndr museum has referred to the experience as a “pop-up,” which means the exhibit is likely temporary. There's been no indication of when wndr museum might close or make changes to its current configurations, but we do know that the Infinity Mirror Room is on loan from a collector, so it probably won't remain in Chicago indefinitely.
Want a sneak peek at what's in store during your visit to wndr museum? Take a look at our video, which explores some of the most mesmerizing installations housed inside the West Loop attraction.