Balloons are helium-inflated magic and the visual equivalent of candy. That is probably why they used to be the most anticipated part of our childhood birthday parties. For some of us, they were as vital as the cake. Today, some years later, we continue to admire the enormous variety of colors, shapes, and the jaw-dropping arrangements that can be crafted with them. If you also love the fantasy that can be created with latex, this new interactive balloon exhibit that has just opened in Dallas is the perfect spot to spoil your inner child.

Rainbow Vomit, one of Dallas's most iconic immersive art experiences, is been turned into a limited-edition colorful balloon extravaganza.

This is probably one of the most Instagrammable places in town right now. 

The new Balloon Takeover installation opened on Valentine's Day, and you can submerge into it until March 22. To make this art experience possible, Rainbow Vomit join forces with Molly Balloons. The result? A one of a kind latex palace. 

According to the organizers, there will be more than 20 unique photo-ops throughout the shape-shifting exhibit.

Shape-shifting because balloons are unpredictable so that no day will be like the other at the exhibit. 

Get ready to pause adulthood for a day while you explore these balloon installations of epic proportions. 

You'll encounter "more than 10,000 balloons, 9,000 LEDs, 300 pounds of cotton, five miles of ribbon, and two secret rooms," Rainbow Vomit's event page stated. 

The responsibility for all that magic is Molly Balloons, an artist and fashion designer with a passion for balloons. She shared on her Instagram profile in her that balloons aren't plastic but rubber, so they biodegrade.

That's great news if you care about the environment.

Sadly, not all the news we have is as good. People with a latex allergy should not experience this installation. 

If that's not the case for you, be sure to grab the camera, plan with your family and friends, and come to experience this one-of-a-kind exhibit. This is unlike anything you've ever seen.

Admission tickets for adults are $20 on weekdays and $25 on weekends. You will be able to enjoy the Balloon Takeover for an entire hour. 

In case you want to have a professional photoshoot on-site, you can do so by purchasing the Pro Photo Package that is $30 on weekdays and $38 on weekends.

This ticket grants you and your team an extra 30 minutes of photo shooting and the ability to bring in professional photography equipment.

The Balloon Takeover of Rainbow Vomit

Price: Adult $20

When: Right now and until March 22

Address: 3609 Parry Ave., Dallas, TX 

Why You Need To Go: Get lost in this large balloon installation in Dallas that features 10,000 balloons, 9,000 LEDs, 300 pounds of cotton, five miles of ribbon, and two secret rooms.

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