Let’s Hopscotch in Portland, Oregon

Hopscotch—an award-winning art, light and sound experience, located in Portland—features 14 interactive galleries in a 23,000-square-foot venue where people of all ages can engage with the art installations.

More than 50 international, national and local artists are featured in the installations, which include Walls Within, a multi-artist mural exhibition in partnership with Portland Street Art Alliance; Chromesthesia, a three-room color experiment by local artist Seth Nehil; VJ Yourself, an interactive dance installation by Playmodes studio in Barcelona, Spain; Rainbow Cave, a large-scale installation built with salvaged post-industrial scrap plastic bags and fishing nets by Brooklyn, New York artist Basia Goszczynska; and Diodic Daydream, an 800-square-foot pool filled with 40,000 light emitting diodes by Portland’s Matchless Builds.

Visitors can expect to spend around 90 minutes exploring Hopscotch. The new immersive experience is intended to awaken all of the senses, which also extends to food and drink—Hopscotch’s Lounge offers a playful food and beverage menu.

“Hopscotch is committed to empowering local artists by showcasing their work in sustainable and creative ways, and helping them reach new audiences,” says Hunter Inman, co-founder of Hopscotch. “Portland’s art scene plays an important role in defining the unique and spirited culture of this city, and we are so grateful to now be a part of it.”

Reserve tickets at letshopscotch.com. Plan your Portland stay at travelportland.com.