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