The Sloomoo Slime Institute Opens in Soho on October 25

The Sloomoo Slime Institute Opens in Soho on October 25

You can head here after visiting the Museum of Ice Cream also opening in Soho this fall.

Soho is full of interactive, sometimes-gooey, always-fun spaces for kids to play. After you check out the Museum of Ice Cream flagship that’s opening this fall, take the kids over to the Sloomoo Institute at 475 Broadway for a day full of slime. The 8,000 square-foot facility entertainment center is an art exhibit and art class in one. Visitors will enter a black light cove filled with glow-in-the-dark slime, according to Time Out New York Kids, let an EEG machine show them their brains on slime, and so much more.

"We are all excited to bring the wonder and happiness of slime to the world in a large way,”Karen Robinovitz, one of the three co-founders of the installation alongside Sara Schiller and Toni Ko, told Time Out. “Our hope is that people of all ages will come to Sloomoo Institute and delight and evoke their inner child.”

Weekend plans? Get local family events delivered to your inbox.

Sloomoo will allow artistic kids to fuel their creativity while learning about STEM and having fun with slime–a substance kids can’t seem to get enough of. There are also plenty of other kids’ activities to take part in this fall, so your family can play the day away anytime.

Tickets to the slime party are $38 and include an 8-ounce custom slime and other accessories kids will love. For another $30, you can have slime rain down upon you like you’re on Nickelodeon in the 1990s. Who wouldn’t want that?

Sloomoo will be open from 9am-9pm, October 25 through April 18. For more information, visit the institute's website.

Main Image: Courtesy Sloomoo, via Time Out New York Kids