Fun pop-ups coming to L.A.

You can never get bored in Los Angeles! Fun and trendy things keep coming to our favorite city, and we are here to experience it all. If you’ve had a chance to visit the Infinity Mirrors Exhibition and Museum of Ice Cream, you will absolutely love the following pop-ups happening in L.A. this month:

Happy Place (November 20, 2017 – January 7, 2018)

Happy Place brings us the experience filled with sugar and selfies. The Arts District pop-up features a series of installations to stand in front of or climb into, like a confetti-filled dome and an upside-down bedroom. You will also have a chance to make snow angels on an illuminated bed of confetti or jump into a pot of oversized coins. As for the sugar, this fun Arts District installation kicks off with Happy Place-branded M&Ms, followed by cake pops, tart cups of lemonade, and rainbow grilled cheese at the end. Sounds yummy! Admission costs $28.50. There’s also a VIP option for $199, which includes front of line access, a personal guide, a professional photographer and parking. For more details, visit their website.

Enchanted: Forest of Light (November 19, 2017 – January 7, 2018)

Enchanted: Forest of Light features 10 illuminated installations laid across the botanical garden grounds. The nighttime experience masterfully mixes hands-on art installations with atmospheric, luminescent forests, all against a background of uplit trees and shimmery sound effects. This year’s changes include the Luminous Lawn, where interactive artist Jen Lewin presents her new installation, “Aqueous,” a serpentine Candyland-like path that changes colors.
The walk through is about a mile long, which will make your Enchanted experience about an hour long. For more details, visit the Enchanted website.

Museum of Failure (December 2, 2017 – February 5, 2018)

Museum of Failure brings you an inside look on some of the world’s worst inventions and now-defunct technology. This pop-up will take place in the Arts District’s A+D Museum. You’ll get to see the collection of more than 100 disaster items from the 17th century to today, like frozen beef lasagna by Colgate, Donald Trump’s 1989 board game and the dumpster fire that was Coca-Cola. You will also have a chance to anonymously write out your own mistakes and post them on the wall. For more details, visit the Museum of Failure website.