Sydney’s Chaos Lab is a playground of colour, creation and imagination now open in the city. Grab your tickets now and be among the first to step into this interactive world and run riot. Filled with immersive elements and weaving tales of chaos and creativity throughout, this hands-on creative experience is fun for the whole family.
What to expect…
The Chaos Lab’s loopy scientist believes that any idea is worth trying out. So, if you love art, if you love colour, if you love to create or if you simply just enjoy having fun, don’t hold back when you enter the Chaos Lab. Each room is packed with surprises encouraging you to let loose and have a little fun albeit in a controlled environment.
To begin the adventure, visitors to Chaos Lab will enter into the Control Room where they’ll be met with a pre-recorded message, reception staff to answer any lingering questions and interactive elements to play with. From there, they will head on through the Decontamination Tunnel into the Mirror Maze and Mirror Room where they’ll find optical illusions and more.
The Vortex Cannon and the Slime Station are going to be popular stations in Sydney’s Chaos Lab while the Neon Room and the Dark Room are going to play with people’s perceptions of colour. It’s in these immersive rooms you’ll find the graffiti wall as well as neon twister, lite brite walls and an interactive sandpit. There’s more than enough to keep you entertained, including the ball pit and the interactive walls.
Taking you through these multiple immersive rooms, the mad scientist’s assistants encourage you to have fun with wild abandon. But that’s not all you will encounter in the Chaos Lab—there’s even a live science experiment led by Dr Splat, the Chaos Labs’ manic scientist—to entertain your curiosities.
And what really is the point of this or any experience if it’s not chock full of photo ops? Strike a pose, get creative, play with all the colours and capture evidence of it all while you’re at it. From entry to exit, you won’t be disappointed.
Taking place from September 24, say farewell to the frosty weather and embrace the magic of spring with this fun family event. The 45-60 sessions of uninhibited fun will take place at a harbourside location adding to the fun of it all. It’s around town for a good time but not a long time so you know what to do.
All visitors are encouraged to take a deep dive and get their brains and hands working—with colours, textures, materials and of course, slime. Chaos Lab will close its doors on Sunday 13 November.