Tacotopia Is a Taco-Lover’s Dream Interactive Museum, and It’s Coming To Austin
If you’re obsessed with tacos and looking for the perfect outlet for your infatuation, Tacotopia is it. This taco-fest, intended to encourage interactive and expressive art, is coming to Austin, Texas on March 1, and it’s got everything you could possibly want in a taco experience. The three-dimensional, immersive art exhibit will feature over 20 unique environments with huge taco-related installations. These include sliding down an oversized tortilla chip into a giant pico de gallo foam pit, a “Senorita Needs a Margarita” lime swing, and a staircase to “Churro Heaven.” Of course, there’ll be no shortage of delicious tacos available for consumption, too.
If it wasn’t already obvious, Tacotopia is a giant photo-op for taco-loving Instagrammers. Guests will have about 60 minutes to explore the taco paradise, though keep in mind that a limited number of tickets are available each day. Groups of over 25 are encouraged to contact the office directly in advance to reserve tickets. Tacotopia will also host private and corporate events.
After Austin, the Tacotopia will continue in Los Angeles in May for a 12-week exhibit, followed by New York, Miami, Chicago, and Scottsdale.
Tickets are $25 for adults, $15 for children between the ages of 4 and 11, and free for kids age 3 and under. The exhibits will run for four weeks starting on March 1, and are open all week from 12:00 PM to 8:00 PM, but closed on Wednesdays. Tickets will be available for purchase mid-January on the official site.