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With its visionary architecture and sweeping views of London from the east, the ArcelorMittal Orbit is a show-stopping venue for any occasion. Available to book now for receptions, dinners, corporate events, award ceremonies and weddings with a unique backdrop your guests will never forget.
The impressive Planetarium is the centrepiece of Hamburg’s Stadtpark. Built between 1912 and 1915, the 70 metres tall Planetarium was originally a water tower, designed to be a highly visible, representative landmark. After a 12-month transformation, the Planetarium opened its doors in 1930, making it one of the oldest observatories...
Matterport and Refinery29 partnered to create this truly immersive 3D experience of their latest incarnation of the 29Rooms exhibit. 29Rooms brings together visionary artists and partners to crete stunning, interactive installations, performances, and activities to inspire visitors and create dreamers.
EPIC The Irish Immigration Museum in Dublin is an interactive experience located in Dublin, Ireland's Docklands. The exhibit will allow you to discover the stories of Irish emigration from early times to the modern day.
The European Museum of Modern Art, also known as Museu Europeu d'Art Modern (MEAM), opened in 2011 inside the old Gomis Palace in Barcelona, Spain. Rebuilt in 1792, Gomis Palace was used by French commander Marshal Lecchi during the Napoleonic invasion. Today, it is home to many art exhibits such...
The Cultural Heritage Art Gallery is part of a unique cultural center on the outskirts of Arusha, Tanzania. It is arguably one of the largest collections of African art anywhere. The building's complex design is the work of Studio Infinity Architects, based in Nairobi, Kenya. The attraction has been visited by influential leaders and celebrities including Bill Clinton, George W. Bush, Brad Pitt, and David & Victoria Beckham.
Immerse yourself in some of the Gallery’s greatest treasures. The Sainsbury Wing was built to house the National Gallery’s world-class collection of Early Renaissance paintings. Comprising 16 rooms displaying over 270 works from 1200 to 1500, it first opened to the public in July 1991. Take a virtual tour of the collection and immerse yourself in spellbinding works of art, including ‘The Wilton Diptych’, van Eyck’s ‘Arnolfini Portrait’, Botticelli’s ‘Venus and Mars’ and Leonardo’s ‘Virgin of the Rocks’. Please note that some paintings are not available as part of the tour; other paintings shown in the tour may not be on physical display in the Gallery.
Presented by Mozilla and Tactical Technology, the Glass Room is an exhibit that was open in London, UK for three weeks in the fall of 2017. The exhibit, dubbed a "tech store with a twist," is presented like a Black Mirror episode come to life. The exhibit presents the relationship between today's technology, privacy, and online security in creative ways.
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