Monday, November 30, 2015

Singin' in the Rain Room at LACMA

Will and I in the "Rain Room" at LACMA
Tonight Will asked about "Rain Room." We were going through some of the videos on my phone, and he asked to see the one where he's walking through a room full of falling water but not getting wet.

Obviously, the LACMA exhibit we visited the weekend before Thanksgiving made quite an impression!

If you're an Angeleno and haven't yet snagged tickets to the popular exhibit, you'd better hurry! When we visited in mid-November, I was told that tickets were sold out into February. And the exhibit ends on March 6, 2016. (LACMA has included special extended weekend hours.)

"Rain Room," from Random International, is truly a marvel, and both Will and I were fascinated. You can literally walk under what seem like a million sprinklers, and not get wet. That is, unless you start running, and slip and fall, which is what Will did. (He got a little too excited.) Move slowly, and keep in mind that you're essentially walking over slick drains.

Besides, you'll want to take it all in. After all, because the tickets are timed, you should enjoy your 15 minutes to the fullest.

Visit for more information on "Rain Room" ticketing.

Los Angeles County Museum of Art
5905 Wilshire Boulevard, Los Angeles, CA 90036
Phone: 323 857-6010

1 comment:

Renee Hudson said...

What a great place to take the kids and probably the baby too.


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