Beyond Van Gogh Exhibit Coming to Detroit

Become a part of a Vincent Van Gogh painting at Beyond Van Gogh Detroit, which will be on display starting June 25, 2021 at the TCF Center.

Vincent Van Gogh created artwork that continues to wow the world — and now you and your family can enjoy his creations up close and personal at the immersive Beyond Van Gogh exhibit, which is coming to Detroit in June.

Thanks to cutting-edge projection tech, guests can actually step inside of some of Van Gogh’s most popular masterpieces — including Starry Night, Sunflowers and The Bedroom — and watch as swirling lights, colors and shapes move across walls, floors and other surfaces.

The display of art is all set to a recording of Van Gogh’s own words about his pieces, which will give art lovers a whole new appreciation of the work.

Van Gogh Detroit is set to open on June 25, 2021 at the TCF Center in Detroit and will remain open through Aug. 15, 2021. Tickets start at $23.99 for kids and $32.99 for adults. Discounts are available for students, seniors and members of the military.

Timed entry will be enforced to help reduce congestion during the coronavirus pandemic. Face masks and contactless transactions are required.

For more information about this exhibit visit VanGoghDetroit.com — and don’t forget to check our online calendar for more family fun activities and things to do this weekend.

Looking for even more Van Gogh fun? Detroit welcomes TWO more Van Gogh experiences. Read more on the Immersive Van Gogh Exhibit Detroit, which runs October through February,  or check out more on the Detroit Institute of Arts’ Van Gogh in America exhibit coming in 2022.


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