From Wednesday 25th February, an interactive and immersive exhibition will come to London’s Potters Fields Park for a fortnight where visitors will be able to discover the inspiring story of Mexico as part of the official Year of Mexico in the UK celebrations. The pop-up will take the form of a stunning white dome, housed within moments of London’s iconic landmarks, situated within the city’s buzzing South Bank, alongside the River Thames.
Open for visitors of all ages, this captivating experience features state-of-the-art innovation that tell Mexico’s story, using cutting-edge modern technology. The dome, which has travelled from Madrid and Beijing, will take visitors on a fascinating journey to this incredible country, beyond imagination. Guests can feel the rush of riding rapids, soar over Mexico City and be transported into some of Mexico’s world famous sites and bustling cities, through interactive 360 degree tours and augmented reality.
Also featured within the dome is one of the world’s most unique pieces of art – The “Vochol” – a Volkswagen Beetle decorated with more than two million beads – a feat that took 8 artists over 9,000 hours of work to design and decorate.
Other exciting element of the exhibition will include a pop up boutique where a premium selection of products will be available for sale. KANKUN SAUCE range will be available in the shelves of the pop up shop, we look forward to seeing you there.
Mexico’s pop-up dome
Where: Potters Field Park by City Hall, South Bank, SE1 2AA.
Dates: Wednesday 25th February, 2015 until Wednesday 11th March, 2015 from 10.00am – 8.00pm.
Entrance is complimentary for both adults and children.
Discover more about Mexico – a country to fall in love with. Visit the website