Christmas comes alive at Crown Casino this year with an amazing Christmas ArtVo Exhibition.
But what is ArtVo?
ArtVo is an amazing way to experience art, it’s an immersive 3D art exhibition where you can really immerse yourself in art. Unlike normal art galleries that you need to stand and watch from a distance. ArtVo is a totally new interactive exhibit that allows you to be in the artwork.
The main ArtVo gallery is located in Harbour Town and was created by 14 artists in just 60 days. There are over 100 3D reality artworks themed in 11 different zones.
- Jungle Safari
- Aquatic Adventure
- World Tour
- Enchanted Garden
- Dimensional Dreams
- Pharaohs treasures
- Aussie Pride
- Classic Crescent
You just have to search the #artvo on Instagram and you will see the amazing art installation. It is well worth a visit, For adults and Children alike.
ArtVo Opening hours
Friday – Saturday 10am – 11:30pm
Sunday – Thursday 10am – 6pm
Children (5-15 Yrs) $18
Student / Senior $25
A- 1 Adult & 2 Children – $55
B- 2 Adult & 1 Children – $65
C- 2 Adults & 2 Children – $78 (each additional children $15)
How can you Experience ArtVo for free?
Over the Christmas period, Crown Casino has partnered with ArtVo to bring Christmas alive with some fantastic Christmas inspired artwork, located in Crown.
There are 8 Christmas inspired works available over on Level 1 starting near the Village cinemas, heading towards the lifts near the food court.
This is a great way to experience ArtVo paintings to see how much fun they are. After you experience them you will want to head into the Gallery to see the whole exhibit.
Children and adults alike were enjoying photographing themselves in the pictures.
Crown really is a great place to come this Christmas, with the great ArtVo exhibit, the atrium decorated in bright lights, with an amazing musical display every thirty minutes. Also, only a quick twenty minute walk away from the famous Myer windows.
What are some of your favourite things to do in Melbourne this Christmas? Scienceworks? Myer windows? Great Ocean Road?
Let us know below in the comments?