Candytopia opened a couple weeks back in Tyson’s Corner and tickets are available for the exhibit that boasts an experience close to “scoring a golden ticket.” The exhibit, which also has a location in New York and one coming soon to Cleveland, has tickets available through May 31st. Tickets go for $23 for children 4-12, $30 for adults, and free for children 3 and under. Additional information on what to expect below:
“Welcome to Candytopia, where colossal candyfloss constructions meld with a tantalizing taffy twistedness. If you’ve ever dreamed of nibbling your way through Candyland or scoring a Golden Ticket, you’ve come to the right place.
Explore our sprawling sanctuary of confectionery bliss and be transported to an imaginative wonderland with a one-of-a-kind full sensory experience. This interactive art installation celebrates the vibrant colors and flavors of your favorite sugarcoated delights across over a dozen environments, from flying unicorn pigs to a marshmallow tsunami. And as you explore you can snag free candy in every room!
A trip through Candytopia lasts a little over an hour. The faves on your Instagram posts will last a lifetime. You’re welcome to browse our gift shop or hang out in our candy lounge afterward, too. Your ticket will grant you one time access to our exciting candy museum, where you will have plenty of fun photo opportunities and delicious samples of candy to try! You will also get a chance to dip into our famous marshmallow pit and shop at our exclusive gift shop. The exhibit is located on the lower level of Tysons Center, across from H&M.”
Featured photo courtesy of Candytopia
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