Let’s build a better world, together.
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.
ON VIEW BETWEEN OCTOBER 19, 2019–September 7, 2020.
- 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