The world-renowned monster-makers at Greeley’s own Distortions Unlimited and the award-winning production team at Loveland-based Blazen Illuminations have teamed up to offer Denver an out-of-this …
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Distortions Monster World is located at 500 16th Street Mall on the first floor in Suite #180.
Typical hours of operation are 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. Thursdays through Saturdays, and noon to 6 p.m. on Sundays.
Tickets must be purchased online in advance, and are available up to one hour before your desired time slot. Each time slot lasts one hour.
Tickets cost $25 per person for guests age 12 and older, $18 for youths age 6-11, and children age 5 and younger are free.
Masks must be worn while exploring the exhibit, but may be removed briefly for taking a picture.
The exhibit is deep cleaned before opening and at the end of the day.
To purchase tickets or learn more about the Distortions Monster World exhibit, visit https://distortionsmonsterworld.com.
The world-renowned monster-makers at Greeley’s own Distortions Unlimited and the award-winning production team at Loveland-based Blazen Illuminations have teamed up to offer Denver an out-of-this world adventure filled with spooky and supernatural creatures.
Distortions Monster World, an immersive artainment experience, offers guests an opportunity to explore life-sized creatures – many recognizable from television and film – and interactive, technology-forward installations in a 19,000-square-foot space in the Denver Pavilions on the 16th Street Mall.
The monsters featured in the various scenes of the exhibit are the creations of Distortions Unlimited owners Ed Edmunds and Marsha Taub-Edmunds, their team and the many artists and sculptors they work with. The monsters in each scene are accompanied by special effects, props, theatrical lighting and sound design by Blazen Illuminations.
“Distortions Monster World is a celebration of a lifetime of making monsters and a way to share our love for all things monster,” Edmunds said in a news release. “I have never seen monsters as ugly, and certainly haven’t associated them with just one time of the year. My hope is that visitors will walk away appreciating the art and beauty behind these creatures, and realize there is more to monsters than meets the eye.”
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