Following its world premiere in Milan, Italy earlier this year, Bubble World: An Immersive Experience, a “spherical interactive experience that promises to challenge your imagination and awaken your inner child,” has made its North American debut this week with an opening in Montebello.
“In this multisensory experience, visitors will travel through fantastical landscapes and into imaginary metaverses filled with unique optical illusions and photo opportunities,” a press release announcing the new experience notes.
Bubble World is now open, at 1345 N Montebello Blvd, and tickets are available for purchase starting at $26.90 for adults and $20.90 for children. VIP tickets, group bundles and family passes are also available.
“We are thrilled to be hosting the North American premiere of Bubble World in the vibrant and passionate city of Montebello,” David N. Torres, Mayor of Montebello, said in a prepared statement. “Bubble World is a wonderful addition to our growing arts and entertainment sector that focuses on unique family-friendly activities. As an easily accessible city in the heart of Southern California, we look forward to welcoming visitors from the entire region.”
Moving between 13 uniquely themed rooms including an enormous bubble bath ball pit, hot air balloon simulator, undersea LED room and endless infinity experience, guests will embark on a journey “created to connect with countless emotions and sensations, and marvel at belief-defying concepts.” The combination of colors, lasers, lights and bubbles, together with 360-degree projection technology and a soaring virtual reality interactive experience promises a “dreamy experience” for all.
“We constantly strive to create experiences that instill a sense of wonder and play in our guests. Bubble World more than delivers on this mission,” Mario Iacampo, CEO and Creative Director of Exhibition Hub, said. “We couldn’t be happier to be making our North American debut in Los Angeles.”
Bubble World is co-produced by Exhibition Hub — curator, producer and distributor of large exhibitions globally — in partnership with Fever, a “live-entertainment discovery platform.”