Get Messy And Creative At This New Interactive Experience Coming To Brisbane In May 2022

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Get Messy And Creative At This New Interactive Experience Coming To Brisbane In May 2022

And not just hands, either. Brisbane’s Messy Museum will be a playground of colour, creation and imagination. From the slime station to the ball pit, the neon graffiti wall and the interactive digital spaces, no space will be off-limits to a good time. Visitors will get to dive in and get messy to create the wildest works of art they can. And in this museum, there’s no need to tidy up after.

Get inspired at The Messy Museum and its interactive art experience.blue aint on hands

The artist within all of us will embark on a journey of experimentation and fun at The Messy Museum to create physical and digital works of art, some of which you’ll be able to take home.

The artistic excursion begins with a meeting with Dr Splat, a mad and manic scientist who’s a lover of art. The Messy Museum is his lab where the process of creation is paramount and any idea is worth trying out. He’ll invite you to test out his toys, which include glow-in-the-dark paint, interactive paint walls, rooms filled with slime and colourful sandpits.uv paint on face messy museum

The Messy Museum is fun for everyone, young and old alike. And if you’re okay with getting yourself in a mess, splattered in slime or paint, and are able to let your imagination run free with all the colours, textures and materials at your disposal, you’re going to have a blast. You might even come to realise that our greatest mess can also be the source of our greatest joy. 

But getting messy isn’t for everyone. Those that prefer to keep their clothes clean will still be able to have plenty of fun at The Messy Museum without the fear of getting mucky. From running through the rainbow curtain, singing in the confetti shower and reacting to the plasma ball, there’s more than enough to keep them entertained. And then there are all the photo ops along the way, too.

The Messy Museum in Brisbane is where you can unleash your inner artist, let the child within you play and experiment with the mess. Most visitors will take between 45–75 minutes to explore the museum and frolic in the multiple rooms, but everyone is different and you’re encouraged to go at your own pace. 

The Messy Museum opens in Brisbane on Thursday 19 May with creative lab sessions from Thursday through to Sunday at Toombul Shopping Centre. Adult-only sessions will also be available on Thursday and Saturday evenings at 7:30 and 8pm.

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