Let’s build a better world, together.
THIS EXHIBITION IS NOW CLOSED
Packed full of immersive activities, photo ops, arcade play and more.
The immersive exhibition brings the virtual landscape of Minecraft to life through full-scale creatures, scenic backdrops, a day-night lighting cycle, dynamic audio effects, and a gallery score designed for players and non-players of all ages.
Created in partnership with Mojang, the exhibition celebrates the game’s 10th anniversary by exploring how Minecraft has developed into a platform for unlimited creative expression, community-crafting, and inspiration to build a better world outside of the game.
ClosED AS OF APRIL 18, 2021
- Costumes must fit through a single doorway (less than 85.5-inches tall X 35-inches wide)
- Costumes cannot include: pyrotechnics, fire, smoke, steam, fog, helium balloons, et cetera and are subject to MoPOP building policies
- No nudity, lewd, or offensive costumes
- No full or partial body paint in place of clothing. Photo identification may be required for guests with face concealing paint.
- Masks are acceptable in the museum, but must be taken off while inside the galleries.
- Functional weapons are strictly prohibited
- Costume weapons must be inspected at the security station located at the museum entrance’s (**internal note – Sky Church Ticketing and Main Ticketing post will be conducting these checks. Security will provide tags for approved weapons**) and must conform to state and federal law. Costume weapons will be tagged with a wristband after security's inspection.
- Projectile costume weapons must be rendered inoperable
- Costume swords must be tied to the costume so that they cannot be drawn.
- Individuals not willing to have their costume weapons inspected or tagged, or are not willing to comply with the above, will be asked to leave the premises