Discount ticket to Nocturne X Art Technology Exhibit in San Francisco, CA

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Prepare to be transported to Nocturne X, a mysterious planet. The planet is a 4,000 square foot interactive forest filled with hundreds of glowing plants and trees. This otherworldly place of sound and light is a large scale interactive playground.

The interconnected vegetation responds to your touch, sound and movement. The glowing plants and trees are full of surprising stories and puzzles. See surreal landscapes and crystal caves and listen to great music.

Nocturne X was created by Numina Studios, a 50 person art/technology studio. Nocturne X is the studio’s first major exhibition. Artists, sound and light designers, sculptors, metal and woodworkers and hardware and software technology experts all worked together to bring the mystical forest to life. Through the creative application of cutting edge technologies, they were able to create experiences that blend storytelling, technology and the arts.

Go on a self guided expedition of cosmic discovery. Walk up to a mushroom and tell it a secret. Watch it light up and tell your secret to the other mushrooms. Then the other mushrooms will light up. The extraterrestrial life will react to your every touch and movement. Explore and discover the unforgettable story of Nocturne X’s fascinating biosphere. You can also stand in front of these amazing sets and take instagram worthy selfies.

All attendees must provide proof of full COVID-19 vaccinations in accordance with the city of San Francisco health guidelines. Mask wearing will be enforced at all times within the exhibit. The space will be sanitized frequently. Capacity will be limited to provide for social distancing.


Are you looking for a way to save money on Nocturne X? Well, you’ve come to the right place. Click here and you can save $3 to $8 (20% discount) on each ticket. This is a limited time exhibition and is only open until January 7, 2021, so don’t delay.