What to Know About the Connecticut Van Gogh Immersive Experience – NBC Connecticut

Art lovers will have the opportunity to experience Vincent Van Gogh’s paintings in a new way in Hartford this summer and fall.

Beyond Van Gogh: The Immersive Experience arrives at the Connecticut Convention Center August 10-October 2.

The exhibit, a mix of still and moving art, is done in a way that makes art lovers feel like they’ve walked straight into Van Gogh’s paintings, according to the Beyond Van Gogh website.

Over 300 works of art are included.

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The Connecticut Convention Center’s website says the exhibit is set to a symphonic score and uses “the artist’s own dreams, thoughts, and words to drive the experience as a narrative.”

Where You Can See Beyond Van Gogh: The Immersive Experience

The Connecticut Convention Center Exhibit Hall is located at 100 Columbus Boulevard, 3rd Floor, Hartford

When you can see the immersive Van Gogh experience in Hartford

Beyond Van Gogh: The Immersive Experience arrives at the Connecticut Convention Center August 10-October 2.

Business hours:

  • Monday and Tuesday: Closed
  • Wednesday, Thursday and Sunday: 10 a.m. to 8 p.m.
  • Friday and Saturday: 10 a.m. to 9 p.m.
  • Note: Last entry is one hour before closing

How much are Van Gogh exhibition tickets in Conn.

  • Basic timed entry: Peak: $49.99; Off-peak hours: $39.99
  • Child (5-15): Peak: $28.99; Off-peak hours: $23.99
  • Premium Flex: Peak: $59.99; Off-peak hours: $49.99
  • Groups (8+): Peak: $43.99; Off-peak hours: $33.99
  • VIP: Peak: $83.99; Off-peak hours: $73.99

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