Cleveland's First Experimental Museum is a Must See this Holiday Season

(Cleveland, OH) - A first for the City of Cleveland: an experiential museum.

WonderCleveland (WC), is available over the winter break for guests to view reality through a phone app to provide pictures and interactions with Santa and his reindeer virtually amid the Covid-19 pandemic.

The 17,000 square foot museum brings fully immersive environments.

Inspired by Candytopia in San Francisco and Otherworld in Columbus, WonderCleveland inspires guests are encouraged to explore, interact, and play with everything in sight (and in many cases out of sight through augmented reality). In addition to taking pictures with virtual Santa, guests can use the app to encounter a triceratops inside the volcano environment, and a teen-aged robot inside the spaceship zone.

Guests can purchase tickets online and select from a number of arrival timeslots for their group.

Each time slot is limited to a small group of people to ensure a quality experience although guests are welcome to stay for as long as they want. 

Most guests spend between 45 minutes and three hours inside the Museum.

While walk-ups can be accommodated when available, popular time slots tend to sell out so groups are encouraged to purchase tickets in advance. 

As an accommodation to guests feeling the squeeze of rising prices this holiday season, WonderCleveland is offering a 20% DISCOUNT with code “WONDER” now through Dec 25th. 

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