Part visual splendor, part olfactory marvel and sticky sensory bliss, the Sloomoo Institute Slime Museum reopened on September 24 after a renovation. More about this museum and what awaits visitors in it, the publication said. Time-out.
Sloomoo originally opened in 2019. It was supposed to be only available for 6 months, but the museum became so popular that it remained open for two years. After a short closure and reconstruction, it reopened, but now in a completely new form.
Here are five things not to be missed in Sloomoo.
1. Try to suppress 25 different slimes
Colorful slime jars fill the space with sticky substances of varying textures. The sign accompanying each container explains the properties of the substance. You can dip your hands into each to crush and stretch each one. Many slimes even smell delicious.
2 Slime Waterfall
Imagine that buckets of slime are pouring down on you from the Sloomoo waterfall. Don't worry about your clothes: the staff will provide you with a biodegradable poncho and then hose your feet down.
3. Shoot slime with a slingshot
The giant slingshot allows you to catapult the slime at a friend and take a photo of the moment.
4. Play with the virtual slime
Your virtual doppelgänger can dance and throw slime around a room filled with slimy stalagmites.
5. Create your own slime
In the museum, among other things, there is a DIY slime bar. Start by choosing the texture of your blend, then choose from 40 colors and 60 flavors (from mint chocolate to leather to fresh cut rose).
Visit Sloomoo at 475 Broadway in SoHo. Book tickets online; general admission is $48 per person, and the extended experience, including the ability to create a slime, is $80.