Enter a World of WNDR


Are you ready to step into a world of color and art, where you can immerse yourself in imagination? A true gem in Chicago, WNDR Museum is a constantly evolving art and technology experience. 

Its exhibits are not what you’d find in a traditional museum. No, these installations invite you to explore and interact with the space. They invite your curiosity and inspire intrigue.

WNDR Museum features one-of-a-kind installations from artists locally and globally that lean into cutting-edge and thought-provoking technologies that invite you to engage without involving touch. 

Named Best Immersive Art Experience in USA Today’s 2021 10 Best Reader’s Choice travel awards, WNDR museum has been captivating visitors with incredible artists. Most famously, Chicago’s first-ever Infinity Mirror room by iconic Japanese artist, Yayoi Kusama. 

Let’s Survive Forever envelopes the viewer inside a large mirrored room with stainless steel balls suspended from the ceiling and arranged on the floor. A sense of infinity is offered through the play of reflections between the circular shapes and the surrounding mirrors. It’s an experience you won’t soon forget!

Keeping visitors’ safety top of mind, in addition to touchless exhibits the museum has implemented timed ticketing for social distancing, masks are required within, and hand sanitizer stations are throughout the space. They have also increased cleaning measures in high-touch areas and air ventilation so that guests can feel comfortable enjoying their time here.

There’s no shortage to see here! As you walk up to the building, you’ll also see Keith Haring’s Untitled (FDR NY) #23 and #24 on display through WNDR Museum’s front windows for the public to enjoy, as the artist intended. You’ll already be immersed in art before even stepping through the doors.

For hours, tickets, and more information visit wndrmuseum.com

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