Travel to the International Space Station & save 30% on The Infinite Experience his Easter Weekend

Photo courtesy of The Infinite VR Experience

Take advantage of your last chance to experience a visit to outer space and the International Space Station (ISS) at The Infinite Immersive Experience and save 30% before it disappears on Easter Sunday, April 17, 2022.

As the critically acclaimed virtual reality space experience wraps up its stay in Houston this weekend, its creators are extending a special Easter savings offer, giving all visitors on the last four days to enjoy a 30% discount off all tickets.

The 60-minute VR experience inside Silver Street Studios allows you to strap into a headset and physically walk through a life-sized virtual ISS, where you can learn about life in orbit thanks to footage and astronaut interviews shot while on the station.

The Infinite Experience also provides unforgettable views while peering through the cupola windows of the ISS or hovering just outside the station, where you can take in breathtaking sights of the big blue marble we call Earth and the cosmos that surrounds us. Following the VR experience, visitors will also have an opportunity to view installations from internationally renown artists that help deepen the feelings and themes of outer space.

Save 30% Easter Weekend with Promo Code EASTER30

Knock 30% off your tickets from Thursday, April 14 through Easter Sunday, April 17, 2022 when you use promo code EASTER30Order tickets or learn more.

The Infinite Immersive Experience at Silver Street Studios

Photo courtesy of The Infinite VR Experience

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