- CSI: The Experience, Leonardo da Vinci: Man – Inventor – Genius, and Consumed by Art
- Where: 7220 International Dr.
- Full offer value includes ticketing fees
- $12 to CSI: The Experience (up to $20 value)
- $10 to Leonardo da Vinci: Man – Inventor – Genius (up to $16.99 value)
- $20 to CSI: The Experience and Leonardo da Vinci: Man – Inventor – Genius (up to $36.99 value) * $22 to CSI: The Experience, Leonardo da Vinci: Man – Inventor – Genius, and Consumed by Art (up to $41.99 value)
CSI: The Experience
A car smashes through the front window of a living room, but no one knows why. A waitress dies and the only clues are scattered throughout an alleyway. A partially buried skeleton is found in a desert canyon, but how long it’s been there is anyone’s guess. It’s up to every visitor to CSI: The Experience to collect evidence and solve the mysteries. After scouring the crime scenes, honorary detectives use Lab 1’s forensic technology to examine fingerprints, blood-spatters, and fibers. In Lab 2, a medical examiner conducts an autopsy complete with toxicology, insect, and DNA tests. Throughout the experience, CSI character Gil Grissom guides visitors along, urging them to exercise reasoning, logic, and open-minded exploration, as well as play the perpetrator’s confession album backwards for clues. At the end, participants report their conclusions and discover whether they solved the case.
Leonardo da Vinci: Man – Inventor – Genius
Not only one of history’s greatest artists, Leonardo da Vinci also turned his multifarious genius toward the study of anatomy, engineering, and hydraulics. Leonardo da Vinci: Man – Inventor – Genius showcases many sides of the original Renaissance man, starting with his many mechanical creations. Artisans have pored over his codices and lovingly brought his plans for such seemingly modern innovations as helicopters, cranes, submarines, and clocks into the third dimension with wood and metal reproductions—which visitors can operate themselves. Of course, there’s plenty of art as well, including many famous works in reproduction, so that guests can get close as they admire the Mona Lisa’s smile or wonder where the Vitruvian Man works out.
Consumed by Art
Consumed by Art isn’t your typical museum or gallery exhibit. For one, the main rule here defies convention: photographs are mandatory. With smartphones or cameras, visitors snap pictures of each other as they pose in front of incredibly lifelike paintings of landscapes, animals, and mythological creatures. Artists create these 3D illusions using a technique pioneered by street painters and muralists. Once captured as photos, the scenes bring visitors and the figures in the painting together in one astonishingly convincing fantasy world.