Tom Lassota spent over twenty years creating immersive art within his home. In fact, he had to alter the roof by 6 feet to enable visitors to see his creations on the second and third floors. The exhibit is bathed in color and motion. It’s packed with fluorescent colors, black lights, and 3D objects in constant motion.
Where is the Immersive Art Fun House located?
When is the Immersive Art Fun House open to the public?
What is the cost to get in the Fairfield Immersive Art Fun House?
Admission is free, but donations are accepted.
Where to stay in Fairfield, Iowa
What other things should I see when I’m in Fairfield, Iowa?
Check out our full list of places to visit and eat on our Things to do in Fairfield, Iowa post.