If you have elected to keep reading, I am going to review Meow Wolf while trying to divulge as little as possible, because part of its magic is the element of surprise. I can’t imagine that anyone wouldn’t enjoy a visit to Meow Wolf. This is a dream world, ripe for exploration by children, aesthetes, artists, experience seekers, adrenaline junkies, dreamers, curiosity seekers, and everyday folks just looking for something out of the ordinary to do.
This is a dream world, ripe for exploration
Without that shock of the pure unknown on my second visit, I couldn’t fully recapture that awesome sense of disorientation, but Omega Mart still delivered. I savored the overall feel and the additional alternate realities it offered. It was pure pleasure to return to that level of fantasy. I also liked the story thread better at Omega Mart. Know that there is an overarching story at play at both Meow Wolf’s, and you can delve deep into discovering it, or completely enjoy your visit without dipping a toe into that world. Considering aspects like this, the amount of time you need to visit will depend on who you are. I spent about four hours on both of my visits before I was worn out and pretty sure I’d seen all I wanted to see. (But I bet there are some things I missed!) I would suspect 2-6 hours is the norm.
I had no idea I could come that close to tripping while being completely sober!