Interactive art, entertainment destination set to open in Columbus

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From The Book Loft in German Village to the Franklin Park Conservatory, Columbus seems to be the place to be.

The New York Times recognized it in a piece called "An Awakening in Columbus, a Reckoning in Williamsburg". The column focused on Columbus and its eyes on the future.

A destination mentioned in the article is about to open, called Otherworld. The attraction is 30,000 square feet filled with 40 rooms of artistic fun, mystery, discovery and exploration.

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“It’s a giant, explorable, interactive art installation,” said creator Jordan Renda. “It’s tied together with an underlying story that you can sort of piece together as you go.”

Otherworld is expected to open in May and will be located on Chantry Drive. It will cost between $15 and $20 for a day pass. Guests can stay as long as they want.