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A Guide to Rainbow Vomit Dallas


In Dallas, Texas, there is an immersive art experience called Rainbow Vomit. It serves as a venue and event space in addition to an interactive photographic show. designed to take you to a realm of art, light, and sound that is reminiscent of a trip into the fantasy of flight. Here, you may take the lead in your own comic book while also capturing amazing moments at the exhibit of more than 20 Instagram-worthy photo spots.

Why should you visit Rainbow Vomit Dallas?

The Rainbow Vomit site is shrouded in mystery and will keep you guessing. So plan to visit it if you’re interested in the following: – Interactive art experiences

– Art exhibits that are not too serious

– Photographic experiences

– Photo sessions, comic book vibes, and Instagram-worthy photo spots

When to visit Rainbow Vomit Dallas?


You can visit Rainbow Vomit anytime of the day. The opening times are:

Sunday 12:00 Noon – 6:00 PM

Monday 1:00 PM – 8:00 PM

Thursday 1:00 PM – 8:00 PM

Friday 1:00 PM – 10:00 PM

Saturday 12:00 Noon – 10:00 PM

Tuesday & Wednesday Available for private bookings

How much do tickets cost?

Regular entry tickets start at $25 per person during the workweek and $30 per person over the weekend; discounts are available for the elderly, active duty personnel, kids, and newborns. Additionally, starting at $200 per hour, we have group rental options. For further information, go to our ticket page or get in touch.

Is photography acceptable? Which camera shall I bring?

Yes, photography is allowed and encouraged. You can bring a DSLR camera with a zoom lens (14-45mm) or a high-end point-and-shoot camera (anybody’s choice). Photography is allowed throughout the venue, even during private events.

What are the COVID-19 UPDATE:

The last two years have been unprecedented, and it has been heartbreaking to see the consequences around the world. Every single person has been impacted by this pandemic in a unique way, and the uncertainty that surrounded everything caused us to look inward and consider the past, present, and future.

Since we started working on this project in the summer of 2018, Rainbow Vomit has served as our haven and creative outlet. Since it closed, it has been extremely lonely without others to share the experience, and the charm that formerly permeated the display simply isn’t there. We are fueled by the enthusiasm that guests bring to the room, and during the past two months, that energy has been almost nonexistent. However, we have reopened our doors, albeit in altered circumstances, out of a great deal of prudence and recognition of the severity of the situation that still exists.

There will now be two unique methods to experience Rainbow Vomit: private bookings and public tours, with the latter having a maximum capacity of 25 visitors per trip. In these strange times, Rainbow Vomit can now serve as your own private haven, and we will be there to cater the experience to you and your loved ones as your personal concierges. We are overjoyed to be welcoming the public once again and to be developing fresh experiences for guests. For additional details about this adventure, please visit our ticket page. Whenever that may be, we look forward to meeting you soon.

Final Words:

After visiting Rainbow Vomit Dallas, you will know why it was named one of 10 must-see Instagram spots to visit in Texas. A place is a perfect place for photography lovers to shoot attractive art and selfie shots. Even with its location in Dallas, Texas, it offers a very unique and amazing trip into the fantasy of flight.

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