New Multi-Media Experience Brings World Famous Temple to Brampton
Published April 17, 2019 at 5:18 am
Brampton is a well known melting pot of diversity in Ontario. The City’s residents are always exposed to cultures from across the world through meeting their neighbors.
Brampton is a well known melting pot of diversity in Ontario. The City’s residents are always exposed to cultures from across the world through meeting their neighbors. Now a new mixed-reality experience is giving everyone a chance to discover in a very unique way.
IN5 Experium: The Golden Temple Experience brings one of the world’s great wonders to Brampton. The real Golden Temple of Amritsar is a revered shrine for the Sikh religion. It is the most visited facility worldwide, receiving over 100 thousand guests daily.
The experience uses the latest high tech projection technology to re-create a virtual tour of the Golden Temple. It also showcases the culture of the Sikh religion.
The exhibit is now open to the public for the next 2 months. It’s located at 70 Peel Centre Dr. near Bramalea City Centre.
Patrons can visit from 1pm to 8:30pm Monday to Thursday and Friday to Sunday from 11am to 8:30pm.
Adult tickets are $28 on weekends and $20 on weekdays, with children $16 on weekends and $12 weekdays. Senior tickets are $20 on weekends and $17 on weekdays. Student admission is $16. Children up to the age of three are admitted free.
Admission is first come first serve, so patrons may expect up to a 30 minute wait.
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