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Photograph: Courtesy of Meow Wolf

You must see this insane-looking psychedelic grocery store in Las Vegas that doubles as an art exhibit

Art exhibit meets grocery store.

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Anna Rahmanan
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For once, Las Vegas is wowing us with some un-gambling related news. The city is now home to what is arguably the craziest- and coolest-looking grocery store around the country, created by Meow Wolf, a Santa Fe-based arts and entertainment country.

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Omega Mart—found smack-dab in the middle of the AREA 15 arts complex—is more than a supermarket, though. Think of it as a psychedelic art installation that spans mediums and styles. Collaborating with over 50 artists, Meow Wolf created a four-part themed destination that includes a multi-level playground, an immersive video project, a "Tron-like experience" and Omega Mart itself, which looks like a traditional grocery store but is actually filled with a ton of trippy products.

Just in case you need a drink to take it all down, the exhibit is also home to a bar that serves cocktails the likes of Old Fashioned Spray and Meowjito. See what they did there?

Given the near total lack of exciting cultural pursuits around the country, we are not surprised to hear that the experience has already sold out of tickets for its first weekend. But, worry not! You can secure yourself a future spot right here. And, yes, COVID-19 safety protocols are certainly in place.  

Check out some photos from the experience below:

Omega Mart
Photograph: Courtesy of Meow Wolf
Omega Mart
Photograph: Courtesy of Meow Wolf
Omega Mart
Photograph: Courtesy of Meow Wolf
Omega Mart
Photograph: Courtesy of Meow Wolf

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