Wander into an immersive world like no other at Department of Wonder

Step into another reality at Department of Wonder in Sugar Land | Photo: Charlie Horse Photos; courtesy of Department of Wonder

Step into a magical, family-friendly world of fantasy at the immersive theater experience, the Department of Wonder, now open at Sugar Land Town Square.

A brand new, mind-bending immersive fantasy experience, Department of Wonder transports visitors to an enchanted forest to take part in a unique, hands-on story-telling adventure. 

In the story experience, “Light Hunters” of all ages are invited to “heed the Lamp Maker’s call,” and help restore the magic and brightness of the enchanted forest and its creatures who are fading away. 

Through deciphering puzzles and unfolding mysterious stories, your entire crew or family can work together and experience truly interactive whimsy that encourages and rewards curiosity.

Order tickets or learn more.

An All Ages Theatrical Experience

Department of Wonder is a 10,000–square foot, site-specific locale which offers an experience that meshes theater with technology to create an interactive fantasy land brimming with wondrous environments, memorable characters, and plenty of ‘Grammable moments.

Brought to you by a heavyweight team of designers, story-tellers, and both Academy- and Emmy Award–winning directors and producers, the Department of Wonder reminds both adults and kids alike how important it is to maintain a strong sense of imagination. Order tickets or learn more.

Let the lamps guide you through a world of fantasy at Department of Wonder | Courtesy of Department of Wonder

Department of Wonder at Sugar Land Town Square

Admission: Tickets start at $39; $29 for ages 4 to 13 and 65+; free for ages 3 and under. Admission is space-limited, so advance booking for ticket times is strongly recommended. Order tickets or learn more.

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