yes! here are the photos from rosé mansion! my friends and I had so much fun checking this place out back on august 31st.
here’s some info on the mansion: it’s an exhibit that’s only in NYC from July 14-october 21. initially, the last day was the 7th but I’m guessing overwhelming popularity allowed them to stay open fo two more weeks.
admission is $45 ($35 on weekdays before 4:30pm). tickets sell out FAST for the weekends so buy them as soon as you can. at last check, the next three Saturdays are sold out and there are only two more Saturdays left after that.
the mansion is located at 445 5th ave, New York, New York 10016.
the experience: you wander through differently, and vibrantly, decorated rooms to sample all kinds of rosé and learn more about each one. of course, these rooms are totally meant for the ig-obsessed people like me to take photos in!
the majority of the patrons are women (I’ll say 95%!) there were a few guys when we went, and the one man that was in our group remarked, “I guess I’m the group photographer!”
just in case it isn’t clear.. you must be 21 and over to attend since alcohol is served. you actually are allowed to bring a child but only if 1) they are 12 months and younger, and 2) you are wearing them. they do check your id at the door so don’t think you can purchase a ticket online and think you can get away with it.
okay, on to the pictures!
these next three pictures would have been lovelier had it not been for the harsh overhead lighting. one improvement to the rosé mansion experience would be to change the lighting.
this turquoise room was tiny! and more harsh lighting… boo
this room reminds me of a glam trailer park in florida
I absolutely loved the grapes tunnel
the next section is the sparkling champagne room
the next five photos are hilarious: an employee snapped photos of struggling in the ball pit, and of us helping her up!
we chose our crowns and acted regal
sing it with me: iiiiii want to swinggggg from a chandelierrrr, chandelierrrr
I wish you could view the next five photos like a flip book! the pics are so adorable
so concludes our tour… major props to genie for hearing about the rosé mansion back in july so we could plan accordingly. it was so hard to find a date that would work with our conflicting schedules but we were so ecstatic when we were able to make one work.
here’s to more fun and unique exhibits in the future!