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Rainbow Vomit, Dallas' #1 rated immersive art exhibit, has cautiously reopened its doors for public and private tours on a newly imagined experience titled “Sanctuary.” This creative refuge will transport guests to a new realm of visual splendor and relaxation that combines many mediums of art into a fun and moving artistic experience. A trip to Rainbow Vomit is great for unique date night, fun family outings, group adventures, and specialized corporate events. Grab your camera and bring your family and friends to enjoy an escape from the world around us.

Rainbow Vomit Curator and Lead Designer Deanna Theis explains, “The Sanctuary was specifically tailored to be a peaceful oasis with several pockets of whimsy that naturally encourage social distancing. We have designed this exhibit to maximize visitor safety and enjoyment, including reducing our capacity and offering private tours and parties. Now you can adapt the venue to your needs.”

Beginning in January 2019, Rainbow Vomit has made their mark on the Dallas artistic and experiential landscape by welcoming more than 20,000 guests, dozens of unique happenings, countless birthday parties, and the endless creation of memories seen through the eyes and cameras of visitors.

Chock-full of great photo spots and brimming with fun accents and details, the current installations feature over 9,000 LEDs, 5,000 balloons, 250 pounds of cotton, and a life-sized unicorn! The new look cloud room provides a relaxing oasis where the fantasy world of Rainbow Vomit truly comes to life and speaks to the soul.

Consistently rated a top experience and one of the most fun things to do in Dallas by travel and review websites such as Tripadvisor, Yelp and Google, Rainbow Vomit uses their historic storefront across the street from Fair Park to create a truly magical experience that is great for all ages and occasions. 


Starting next month Rainbow Vomit will also begin offering special events including meditation classes, sound therapy sessions, and additional wellness workshops soon to come.


Theis concludes, “Creative outlets are more important than ever before, and Rainbow Vomit provides a special place where we escape our everyday lives and bring out the kid in us. ”    


Private and public bookings are now available, visit for full details on including information on the exhibit’s virus precautions and operational procedures.



When:  Now through Sept. 7th. Open Thursday to Sunday for public tours*


Monday: 2 p.m. to 8 p.m.


Tues. & Wed.: Available for private shoots and events


Thurs: 12 p.m. to 9 p.m.


Fri & Sat: 12 p.m. to 10 p.m.


Su: 12 p.m. to 7 p. m.


*Times are subject to change, check for full ticket listing details. Additional times available for private bookings


Where: Rainbow Vomit is located across the street from the historic Fair Park right off the DART at 3609 Parry Avenue, Dallas, TX, 75226 (map). 



  • Entrance for 1 hour into Rainbow Vomit
  • Children under 3 receive Free Admission
  • Weekday pricing of applies Thursday all day and Friday afternoons

CHILDREN’S ADMISSION (3-12) - $15-$17

  • This ticket is for children aged 3-12 years old and grants one-hour admission into Rainbow VomitWeekday pricing of applies Thursday all day and Friday afternoons  


  • Receive a 10% discount for military members and seniors 65 and over. Must show ID to redeem ticket. Grants 1 hour entry into Rainbow Vomit.
  • Weekday pricing of applies Thursday all day and Friday afternoons 

VIP PHOTO PACKAGE- $30-$38 per person

  • Grants an extra half hour of shooting time at Rainbow Vomit for two or more guests
  • Permits the use of professional DSLR cameras and flashes


PRIVATE RENTALS - Starting at $150/hr

  • Rent out the entire exhibit for your own private experience
  • Bring your own beverages and food
  • Control the music and set the vibe your group wants
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