Arcadia Earth Reopens, Inspiring Environmental Action
Arcadia Earth has announced its reopening after being closed through the pandemic.
The immersive art world transports guests through 15 rooms designed to shine a spotlight on the ecological issues threatening our very existence - overfishing, plastic pollution, food waste, deforestation, and climate change. Each installation has been developed using upcycled materials and reusable elements, created in collaboration with 12 leading environmental artists.
Arcadia Earth is following the reopening guidelines issued by the CDC, New York State and New York City to ensure all visitors' and employees' health and safety. Tickets are limited to keep visitors safe while staff have reduced touch points and will frequently clean and fog exhibits. Visitors are required to wear a mask and have their temperature taken before entering.
A tree will be planted for every ticket sold and proceeds from ticket sales will go to support Arcadia’s educational and charity partner, Oceanic Global, an organization devoted to raising awareness of the devastating effects human consumption has on our aquatic ecosystems. Charitable supporters also include WWF, EarthX, and Underwater Earth.
Arcadia Earth 718 Broadway New York, NY
Hours Thursday/Friday: 2pm - 9pm Saturday: 10am - 9pm Sunday: 10am - 8pm
Tickets at Arcadia.Earth
Venue: Arcadia Earth
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