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The House of Eternal Return is a low-energy, glow-in-the-dark interactive experience in a Santa Fe‘s former bowling alley. Upon arrival, guests are told a story about the Seligs, an imaginary family said to have once occupied the house. Visitors are then free to roam the 20,000-square-foot space, touch everything, go anywhere and together create the rest of the narrative with the clues found.

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Six writers and 150 artists designed authentic real life-yet magical environments to achieve Meow Wolf’s large-scale vision within 18 months. The project was made possible by the Game of Thrones creator, a resident of Santa Fe resident who bought the building for $800,000 and put 2.7 million into renovations of the former bowling alley.

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The House of Eternal Return is the spiritual sister of St. Louis’ famous City Museum and is now open to the public.

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