This weekend, create new memories with family and friends at the Museum of Memories! Museum of Memories is an interactive art exhibit centered around positivity, creativity, and nostalgia, designed by Steffi Lynn. Join in this Saturday, October 12th.
Inspired by the self-made artist’s dreams to bring positivity and interpersonal connection to the world, the Museum of Memories infuses art and creativity with universal coming-of-age experiences to create a playful, quirky, and nostalgic environment for all ages.
A proud Texas native, Steffi Lynn Tsai has always had ambitions of building a world where people can express themselves and feel like they belong. She brings her collection of artistic experiences from New York back to Dallas to share her message of human connection and also the magical moments of her childhood that have inspired her to become who she is today. With help from some of her childhood friends, she has turned that dream into a reality.
The exhibit is an hour-long experience and consists of a variety of different art rooms and murals for visitors to explore to their heart's content, all inspired by childhood memories. Come and take a stroll down memory lane at the Museum of Memories.
Step into a colorful world filled with fun, Instagram-ready backdrops, creativity, and positive vibes! Tickets to the Museum of Memories are $25 for adults and $20 for children between ages 4-12. All children 3 and under get in free. You can purchase tickets online now at www.museumofmemories.art. For additional information, please call 888-718-4253.
Sure, at Oxford at Crossroads Centre Apartments in Waxahachie, Texas, you’ll find all the on-site amenities and services you desire, but we know your lifestyle demands more than perks that are close-to-home. By informing you of this upcoming event, we hope to inspire you to interact with your neighbors on a deeper level and just have an all-around good time.
Saturday, October 12, 2019—10:00 AM
Event Venue Location:
Museum of Memories
4428 Main Street Suite 200
Dallas, Texas 75226