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Pop-Up Near Vancouver Is Exactly Like Being In A Fun House

Remember when you were younger and used to jump into the ball pit? Just because you've grown up doesn't mean you need to miss out on all the fun. A new mesmerizing pop-up near Vancouver arrived, and it is exactly like being in a funhouse.

Pretty Lucid Place told Narcity their gigantic 6500 square feet building in Richmond was made with local artists' help. Inside you'll be able to explore an interactive and immersive dream-themed wonderland.

According to the founder, it is a "space to bring a smile on peoples' faces. To escape reality, inspire creativity and capture some amazing memories."

Get ready to capture your new favourite selfie. There are 12 imaginative rooms inside, so every twist and turn there is something new to discover.

The most popular area will give you major nostalgia.

It is a ball pit overflowing with 150,000 plastic balls. Playing around in the aqua balls, you can't help but have a smile on your face.

You'll also be able to discover a pink flower room with classic phone booths like in London, a golden throne fit for royalty, a monkey's banana paradise, and the wackiest bathroom you've ever seen.

Or you could film your next TikTok dance video in the eye-catching zig-zag tunnel.

A limited number of tickets are available until Monday, August 17, so you'll want to claim yours ASAP. No entry tickets will be available at the door, so you'll need to buy one online.

They cost $37.99 per person and are for a specific time slot. It should take you between 45 minutes to one hour to experience the whole thing.

But once you are inside, there is no need to rush; you can stay as long as you wish.

You can take as much time as you wish, which means you can take all the pictures you want with your friends.

Pretty Lucid Place

Price: $37.99 per person

When: Until Monday, August 17

Address: 4731 Garden City Rd., Richmond, BC

Why You Need To Go: There are 12 interactive rooms to visit that are like a playground for adults.

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