Students & Seniors (65+) $20
Children (4-14) $17
Children under 4 - FREE
Limited time only! Book online and get $5 off!
Those purchasing discounted tickets will require proof of age or status.
*Pricing does not include tax & fee.
The exhibition is not recommended for individuals with sensitivity to flashing lights and certain sounds. Please refer to the complete advisory at checkout.
ART + TECH + HOUSE
With a mission to inspire, educate, and empower the creation of new, experiential and exploratory art form, ARTECHOUSE connects audiences to the arts and stimulates interest in the limitless possibilities of technology, science, and creativity.
Dedicated to showcasing experiential and technology-driven, museum-quality works by artists who are forerunners of the new age in the arts and technology, ARTECHOUSE changes the world of art as we know it. Since its first opening in 2017 in Washington, DC ARTECHOUSE has captivated a global audience making headlines in New York Times, BBC, USA Today, National Geographic, CNN, Washington Post and numerous other national and international media outlets as the premier contemporary art space, and it is consistently hailed as one of the best things to do in South Beach and Miami's most unique art experience.
"Certain things words just cannot describe...they must be seen and experienced... In every city, there is an arts destination for fine arts, theater, music, films, etc. Our goal is to create an innovative, new age arts destination dedicated to experiential and exploratory arts that are created through the medium of art, technology & science," Sandro, Founder & Art Director of ARTECHOUSE.
What VISITORS say
"Seeing and interacting with these exhibits made us feel like kids; learning and exploring and laughing with wonder"
"Truly an experience that changes your perception of what art can be. It transcends the typical idea of a medium and puts you into each piece and lets you become part of it"
“Amazing! Must see. Artechouse is the most fun I've had in a long time. The perfect fusion between technology and art.”
“I love art and museums. But sadly my husband and son couldn't really care less. That's where Artechouse comes in. Within a few minutes of walking into this place, they both became engrossed into the XYZT Abstract Landscape, enmeshed in floating letters, twirling and watching themselves be twirled on a screen, jumping over sound waves, and moving the stars of the universe contained in a table"