Whimsical ‘WonderWorld’ to Pop up in Hollywood

Pose for pics aplenty in the fantastical experience, which includes mega mushrooms and really big teacups.

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A team of New York artists are behind the spaces (there are six in all) at WonderWorld. Where to find it? At 7080 Hollywood Boulevard. "Our goal is to bring the consumer an integrated, online and offline experience. WonderWorld provides a truly immersive pop-up experience - art exhibits, photography, and more- that consumers can experience in real life while sharing their experience digitally," says Jay Yue, co-founder of WonderWorld.
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A team of New York artists are behind the spaces (there are six in all) at WonderWorld. Where to find it? At 7080 Hollywood Boulevard. "Our goal is to bring the consumer an integrated, online and offline experience. WonderWorld provides a truly immersive pop-up experience - art exhibits, photography, and more- that consumers can experience in real life while sharing their experience digitally," says Jay Yue, co-founder of WonderWorld.
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Mr. Yue added "We engage local artists in each market to express the essence of the city." In addition to the "Instagrammable" settings, like this eye-popper of a grid cube, look for a gift shop as well as special events.
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A general admission ticket is $30, while a child's ticket is $19 (ages 4 to 12). Arriving with a friend or group of friends? You can snag your tickets for $27 a pop. "It is the ultimate, new age, retail store. We engage local artists in each market to express the essence of the city," says Mr. Yue.
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It's truly a spring thing, with a wrap date just ahead of the summer solstice 2019.
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Is your selfie game strong? Then step into WonderWorld, in Hollywood, over several select dates in April, May, and June. "We want our fans to experience their version of WonderWorld in Los Angeles and make memories with their loved ones!" is the word from the WonderWorlders as the newest interactive pop-up jumps from the East Coast to the West.
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