Explore an immersive, intergalactic display of light, color & space at Seismique in West Houston

Brainwash at Seismique | Photo: Christopher Brielmaier, courtesy of Seismique

Step inside an immersive, Instagram-able, tech-fueled art experience at the brand new Seismique Interactive Art Museum in West Houston.

Seismique will welcome wide-eyed visitors as they wander through 40-plus unique, interactive exhibits packed with dazzling displays of light generated by nine million LEDs, color, sound, and natural elements. Each of the 40 galaxies, or galleries if you want to keep things down to earth, is an experience unto itself.

Designed for all ages, Seismique’s 40,000-square-foot arts and entertainment concept features immersive works created by more than 24 established and emerging artists. Displays feature advanced technological elements like projection mapping from 111 projectors, holograms, augmented reality, light mapping, motion tracking, gamification, and more.

VIP Experience

The VIP experience allows guests to skip the queue and enter Seismique at any time on the selected date of their ticket, allows them to visit the Acid Rain Room without waiting in line, and includes discounts on food at the in-house Cosmique Café and merchandise at Seismique’s Gift Shop. 

Seismique Interactive Art Museum in West Houston

Worm Hole at Seismique | Photo: Christopher Brielmaier, courtesy of Seismique

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