By the end of the year you can take your children to the Mysterious Forest exhibit

By the end of the year, you can attend the light-interactive exhibit BLIK BLIK Mysterious Forest in Pilsen, which combines digital art and technology with games and entertainment for the whole family.

By the end of the year, you can attend the light-interactive exhibit BLIK BLIK Mysterious Forest in Pilsen, which combines digital art and technology with games and entertainment for the whole family. The 12 interactive installations evoke the atmosphere of the forest on a 450 m2 screen. The mysterious and magical environment is full of fairy-tale-like elements, fantasy, games, lights, shadows, and sounds.

What’s waiting for you in the Mysterious Forest?

The entire exposition is set up as a path that takes you from the real world to various forest worlds, each of which with its own story and atmosphere. Similar to the stories of Lewis Carroll, visitors enter a world of fantasy via a rabbit hole. You then find yourself at the bottom of a pond, discovering the secrets of the bewitched pools and the shining, programmable trees. You then master the spell of the Napkin, only to spread out and walk through a magical landscape akin to that of Avatar, later to get lost in a psychedelic rainforest. Plus, before entering, children are given magic wands, thanks to which they can bring various parts of the exposition and individual installations to life.

Practical Information

Entrance to the exposition is only permitted with an FPP2-type respirator or NANO face mask and after having applied disinfectant to your hands. The exhibit is continuously cleaned and disinfected. Max. 30 people are allowed in the exhibit at the same time. You can park for free at the DEPO2015 grounds. The exhibit is also available in English and German.

Opening hours

July and August: Every day from 10:00 to 18:00
September - December Mon - Fri 14:00 - 18:00, Sat - Sun 10:00 - 18:00

Tickets

You may purchase tickets to the exhibit in advance on the Pilsen Tickets website.

Mysterious Forest exhibition in DEPO2015

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