Travel under the sea with this new Hidden Worlds immersive dining experience in Miami | Best of South Florida


Hidden Worlds

A new “impacttainment” experience – a company creating attractions with purpose – will launch in Miami next month.

Dubbed Hidden Worlds, the immersive experience will take guests on a captivating ocean adventure from May 20 to June 20 at the famed Rudolf Budja Gallery in Miami Beach.

This immersive experience is differentiated by art created by Miami-based artists and an interactive dining experience featuring an ocean-positive menu where each dish matches an ever-changing projection environment.

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Honoring the beauty of nature, Hidden Worlds uses innovative technology to bring its content to life, delivering a hyper-realistic experience that aims to push the boundaries of the immersive entertainment market. Using the latest digital projection technology, 360-degree audio environments and immersive fine dining, they partner with Hidden Worlds to create attractions that help people experience the wonders of at-risk ocean ecosystems.

The goal: to promote stewardship of the planet and raise awareness of ocean conservation, says Daniel Hettwer, CEO of Hidden Worlds Entertainment.

“Miami is unlike any other city that combines beautiful nature with world-class entertainment, but it’s also under threat. From biodiversity loss to plastic pollution, the Magic City faces serious environmental challenges,” Hettwer said. at News Break. “Fortunately, Miami is also evolving to become a global hub for technology, art and conservation, connecting the human capital we need to solve our ecological crises. That’s why Hidden Worlds isn’t just launching our first experience of impacttainment in Miami – we are making Miami our permanent home.”

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During the day, guests of all ages can experience an immersive 30-minute journey through the deepest oceans and most majestic mangroves. During the evening, guests can participate in the immersive dining experience.

Hidden Worlds has teamed up with Miami chef Scott Linquist of Como Como and Coyo Taco to create an ocean-positive multi-course menu. Each dish will be strategically served during an extended version of the daytime programming.

Hidden Worlds also enlisted local mixologist Gio Gutierrez of ChatChow TV to create original cocktails. Only 32 tickets will be available each night to create an intimate experience.

After dinner on Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays, Hidden Worlds will invite guests to stay for the lounge experience, where the underwater wonderland will be synced to music from some of Miami’s top DJs.

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“Hidden Worlds is a groundbreaking experience that entertains, educates and inspires people of all ages, bringing us closer to our precious ocean. Come experience the awe of our ocean planet in a whole new way. It’s time we all come together to explore and save our vital ocean,” said Philippe Cousteau, world renowned explorer and member of the Hidden Worlds team.

Tickets for Hidden Worlds are on sale now. Prices for daytime and evening programming can be found at A percentage of ticket sales will be donated to Hidden World Entertainment’s curatorial partners.

Weekday and weekend pricing includes $36 for weekend adults; weekend child $29; weekday adult $32; weekday child $26. Day tickets will include a sample of our immersive dining menu. Military and senior discounts are also available.


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