Otherworld Has Officially Reopened And There Are Four New Rooms To Explore

Columbus’ most unique art installation is back open for business.

Businesses are reopening around the state, but that doesn’t mean things will be how they were before the pandemic started. Since we’re still without a cure, social distancing measures, good hand hygiene, and wearing masks remain critical parts of our everyday lives.

Otherworld has officially reopened, but they’ve got a few new policies in place that will help make everyone’s visit a little safer. Ticketing will be timed from here on out, minimizing wait times and reducing crowd sizes. You’ll have to purchase your tickets in advance, which you can do through Otherworld’s website.

Throughout Otherworld, there will be sanitizing stations for guests to keep their hands clean and there will be increased surface cleaning throughout the day. All workers are required to wear masks and guests are encouraged to wear them as well. If you don’t have one or you forget to bring yours along, don’t fret. Otherworld will be providing masks upon entry.

The health protocols aren’t the only new things at Otherworld. Four new rooms have been built which means even more cool and unique art for visitors to explore. If you haven’t had the chance to visit Otherworld yet, you’re in for a treat.

Otherworld is a 32,000 square foot immersive art installation with over 40 scenes of large-scale art, mixed reality playgrounds, and secret passageways. They are open Thursday-Sunday and tickets are $22 for adults and $18 for kids 3-12. You can schedule your visit to Otherworld right here.

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