Van Gogh: The Immersive Experience (Leicester)

A 360 degree journey into the Universe of a Genius


Have you ever dreamt of stepping into a painting? Take an awe-inspiring journey into the world of Van Gogh, one of the greatest artistic geniuses of the 19th century, exploring his life, his work - and his secrets - as never before through cutting-edge 360 degree digital projections and a uniquely atmospheric light and sound show. A UK premiere - nobody leaves unmoved.

Additional Details & FAQ

Cancellation Policy

No Refunds and exchanges after purchase.

  • Last entry is one hour prior to closing time.  
  • Timeslots are sold on the hour, hourly.  
  • Late visitors will be allowed in providing space allows.  
How Does It Work

You will receive a confirmation email with your voucher attached. Please show your voucher on your phone, or print this ticket, to gain entry to the event. The barcode will be scanned upon entry.

Where Do I Go

All Saints' Church

Highcross Street




4.4(50 reviews)
  • Sue frost

    Feb 20, 2024

    This is the second time I’ve seen this and I was blown away . You feel like you have been transported into a world where his paintings are the real world around you and the music they have chosen goes harmoniously with this fact . The history about Van Gogh is very interesting as well and I like the fact that the 3 d immersive experience felt like there was no beginning, middle or end so you ended you up watching lots of times and sitting in different positions in the room where you notice different things . Reality. headsets which I choose to do was also very educational

  • Sarah

    Jan 7, 2024

    Really enjoyed the immersive experience in Leicester - wonderfully evocative. Really informative about Van Gogh and a fantastic opportunity to experience his work. Do wrap up warm as the church is cold!

  • Milly

    Oct 3, 2023

    The experience is great if you do not suffer from rapid change of images The screens change so quickly at times, it sent me and my friend dizzy, sickly and unbalanced… It is very cleverly done. In the immersion room. But the small corridor to look at information, was narrow and the display too high to look at xx