The magic of Disney comes to life next year thanks to an awe-inspiring exhibition at Lighthouse Artspace in Boston.

"Disney Animation: Immersive Experience" will bring to life the wonder and excitement of our favorite Disney movies with a delightful display of art in motion, presented by Lighthouse Immersive.

What is Lighthouse Immersive?

Founded in Toronto in 2019, Lighthouse Immersive became the “first experiential entertainment multiplex, aiming to cultivate community and creativity through large-scale events and exhibitions of all art forms.” It offers a space for creators to bring their art to life as guests interact with art like never before.

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Open now to the public is “Immersive Monet & The Impressionists,” in which vibrant colors that once only lived on canvas have evolved into an exploration of living paintings.

Next year, Disney fans will see an entirely new side of the movies they love with “Disney Animation: Immersive Experience.”

Disney Animation: Immersive Experience Coming This February

We have watched The Lion King, Moana, and more hundreds of times with pleasure. Still, this interactive exhibit brings our favorite characters to life in a way that the movies never could, with over 86,000 frames of video, 220,000 cubic feet of projections, and 105 million pixels.

“Imagine stepping into the Casita with Mirabel from Encanto, being at Pride Rock as Rafiki presents Simba – surrounded by the animal kingdom as the sun rises. ... Now you can!” Lighthouse Immersive Studios said. This exhibit kicks the legacy of Walt Disney Animation up a notch with a fabulous celebration of music, art and animation.

Know every word to “Let It Go” from Frozen? You’ll love the singalong portion. There is even light-up technology included with VIP and premium packages.

Growing up, Peter Pan, Cinderella and Simba were constantly on in my home. This immersive experience is like a dream come true for my inner child. I can’t wait to see the look on my nephew’s face when he sees the world of Encanto jump off the screen and into a new reality.

This is the type of exhibit that brings imagination to life.

Tickets are on sale now for Disney Animation: Immersive Experience, opening Feb. 23, 2023, at Lighthouse Artspace in Boston.

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