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The Balloon Museum: A Unique and Immersive Exhibit Coming to Atlanta

The Balloon Museum is a new interactive exhibit that celebrates the science, art, and technology of ballooning. It features inflatable installations created by artists from around the world, such as a giant ball with pens attached to it, a mirrored room with inflatables that deflate and inflate, and a virtual reality segment that lets you fly in a balloon. The Balloon Museum is open at Pullman Yards in Atlanta from Feb. 17, 2024, and is a fun and educational experience for all ages.

The Balloon Museum is the latest interactive experience to come to Atlanta, following the success of other immersive exhibits such as Candytopia and Van Gogh: The Immersive Experience. The museum aims to inspire curiosity and creativity among visitors, as well as to raise awareness of the history and potential of ballooning. The museum exhibit, themed “Let’s Fly,” has been in several locations in Europe and most recently New York City, where it was featured in the Netflix series “Emily in Paris."

Some of the highlights of the Balloon Museum include:

  • The Pop Air installation, where you can dive into a massive balloon-themed ball pit surrounded by immersive video screens that show different landscapes and scenes.
  • The Mirror Room, where you can explore a room filled with mirrored inflatables that change shape and size as they deflate and inflate, creating a kaleidoscopic effect.
  • The Pen Ball, where you can move a huge ball with pens attached to it and leave your mark on the walls, floor and ceiling of the room.
  • The VR Balloon, where you can put on a virtual reality headset and experience what it's like to fly in a balloon over different places, such as Paris, New York, or the Grand Canyon.
  • The Balloon History, where you can learn about the origins and evolution of ballooning, from the first flight in 1783 to the modern applications and challenges of the technology.

The Balloon Museum is a unique and exciting attraction that is suitable for people of all ages and backgrounds. Whether you are looking for a family-friendly activity, a romantic date, or a solo adventure, the Balloon Museum will provide you with an unforgettable experience. The museum is open daily from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m., and tickets start at $29 for children and $39 for adults. You can also book private events and group tours at the museum. To find out more and to purchase your tickets, visit  today.

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