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House of SHOWFIELDS

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February 15 @ 11:00 am - 7:00 pm

Recurring (see all)

An event every day that begins at 11:00 am, repeating until March 20, 2020

SHOWFIELDS

11 Bond Street
New York    + Google Map

FREE

Suggested Ages: All Ages, Adult Friendly

Experiential retail store SHOWFIELDS hosts an an immersive theatre experience that bridges art and retail. Find a hidden slide, then touch smell, eat, and test products and artwork led by actors with a story.

Also play 20+ different board games, from Candyland to Jenga, on the second floor.

House of SHOWFIELDS

Experiential retail store SHOWFIELDS hosts an an immersive theatre experience that bridges art and retail. Find a hidden slide, then touch smell, eat, and test products and artwork led by actors with a story. Also play 20+ different board games, from Candyland to Jenga, on the second floor.

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