Where to go in Meow Wolf Denver when he kicks the kids out during the adult
A friend who visited Convergence station at Meow Wolf Denver had only one complaint. “There are just too many kids, man,” he recalls. âI was on mushrooms, and the last shit I wanted to see was this kid running all over TikTok, and another one leaps out of nowhere to take the seat that I was watching in that alien bubble. I almost threw him away. over the ledge. ”
In response to requests from those who want a child-free experience Convergence station, Meow Wolf will be hosting four 21+ Nights, dubbed the Adulti-Verse, at the start of the year. During these evenings, adult clients will be able to browse the multiple universes of the massive installation, drink by hand and experience Convergence station with no child in sight. While these Adulti-Verse events are kind of a tryout, Erin Barnes, PR manager for Meow Wolf Denver, says she expects this to become an ongoing feature.
Here are five must-see spots during the Adult-Verse:
This “alien bubble” is found in the Numina universe, known for its ethereal but swampy atmosphere full of secret nooks and crannies. On the second floor of the CosmoÃ¨dre is the Frog Egg Garden designed by Emmanuelle Jean; inside you have a bird’s eye view of the mystical installation. But that’s not all: if enough people sit on the padded depressions around the circular room and touch the windows, the colorful ceiling comes to life.
Entering the icy world of Eemia with its colorful kaleidegothic cathedral, you can’t miss the two robots that offer thrones designed by Eemia’s brain, the matt king. From these seats, you can play with various knobs and buttons and control the lasers that reflect off the celestial ceiling – and you might even end up opening a wormhole. As there will be no children, this will be the right moment to fully discover the cathedral; depending on your state of mind, it might make you think of a psychedelic mini-Hagia Sofia built by aliens.
Rocket Car on C Street
Like almost everything in Meow Wolf Denver, this car parked on C Street is meant for interaction. It’s a kid’s favorite too, so if there are hordes of kids preventing you from cranking the engine, the Adulti-Verse is your chance. Play with all the levers, buttons and widgets, and see what you can activate from inside the vehicle designed by Christophe miller.
Make your fortune tell at Magic Hollow
While on C Street, visit Magic Hollow, a haunted psychic store designed by Moss Lair. If you see Sid the Psychic wandering around with a stethoscope, be sure to ask for your fortune – he will tell you where to go in Convergence Station to take your worries away, if only for a short time.
This secret room, performed by a local artist and DJ Cache stream, is located in the world of Ossuary. Flowing black and white lines are projected throughout the room and interact with your movements, making it a great place to take an interesting photo. Fair warning: Meow Wolf warns that this can be a difficult space for those who are particularly sensitive or have epilepsy. And it will also be difficult if you have drunk too many adult drinks during the Adulti-Verse.