Have you ever dreamed of a real life visit to Willy Wonka’s house? Visiting Candytopia in Dallas, TX was what I’d imagine visiting his house would be like! Sculptures made out of candy, swings, confetti blasters, and a huge pit of foam marshmallows are just a few of the amazing experiences! Not to mention free candy in each room as well. Candytopia is a traveling exhibit so watch for it in your area!
The prices seem to vary by location but for Dallas it was $30 per person (adult rate since all our kids are over the ‘kid’ age). We were there an hour and had lots of laughs and got some great photos and videos. It’ll be an experience that we’ll remember for a long time. We had gone after the Dallas schools had started so it really wasn’t crowded for our experience. There were probably 15 people in our group and we were often the only ones in the rooms during our experience.
There were some amazing sculptures made out of candy, as well as some fun experiences. You could take photos like you were falling, throw around ginormous balls, swing, get blasted with confetti, and jump around in the foam marshmallow pit!
There was so much to see there! We took a TON of photos and I loved all the photo ops they provided as well that were interactive.
This lighted tunnel provided us with some fun photos as well!
We laughed so hard playing around in the marshmallow pit! There is a spot to put your shoes for the marshmallow pit, we brought socks to slip on for those of us wearing sandals.
Each room has a different theme and matching sculptures and decor to fit that theme. Each room included some sort of interactive element. From smelling candy scents, to swinging, and even pigs farting confetti! So much confetti! It’s almost a month later and we’re still finding confetti around our new house! Take a bag/purse that zips up to help avoid bringing a ton home because months later we’re still finding confetti, LOL!!!
The gift store at the end had some cute gifts as well that offered some unique items.
And the final sculpture and wording couldn’t have been more fitting…