The Mile High City’s newest attraction Meow Wolf Denver’s Convergence Station is now open. The four-story, immersive exhibition is home to more than 70 unique installations, rooms and portals. Together, they tell an unforgettable, cathartic tale of converged worlds. The attraction is Meow Wolf’s largest permanent art installation — located at 1338 1st St. in Denver.
According to its site, “Convergence Station is an immersive art experience that transports participants of all ages into new dimensions of storytelling and creative exploration. Arrive as you. Leave transformed.”
Three years in the making with art from 300 creatives (more than 110 from Colorado), visitors can explore their own imagination and reconsider what’s possible.
Update: Ticket prices increased by $4, but the rate for Colorado residents stayed the same! However, to keep the CO rates the same, that means the residency state discount also increased by $4 — from $10 to $14.
Here are the current ticket prices:
Tax is not included, so expect to pay a little more.
General Admission (14 & over) — $49
Seniors (65 & over) — $44
Military — $44
Child (ages 5 to 13) — $44
Child (4 & under) — FREE
However, Colorado residents get a discount:
(Provide your billing zip code to access the Colorado savings.)
General Admission (14 & over) — $35
Seniors (65 & over) — $30
Military — $30
Child (ages 5 to 13) — $30
To purchase tickets, click here.
Meow Wolf Denver is open:
Sunday to Thursday — 10 a.m. to 10 p.m.
Friday and Saturday — 10 a.m. to midnight