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Buy Rain Room Tickets


Notice: This installation is a mirror-lined room with flashing LED lights that you physically enter with a door that closes behind you. If you are uncomfortable with flashing lights and/or enclosed, dark spaces, please bypass this experience.




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Rain Room is an immersive art installation that allows you to walk through a downpour of continuous rain without getting wet. Motion sensors detect the movements of the human body as visitors navigate through the darkened space, becoming performers in this intersection of art, technology and nature. Please allow 30 minutes from your ticketed session time to experience Rain Room. This allows for your introduction to the work, 15 minutes inside Rain Room and time to explore the gift shop after.


The Sharjah Rain Room is a controlled space that uses 2,500 litres of self-cleaning recycled water to replicate rainfall indoors. Visitors are able to walk through this controlled space without getting wet thanks to 3D tracking cameras and high-tech sensors, which stop the showers as soon a person walks through the exhibit.


The Rain Room Sharjah online booking process is also fairly simple. But if you require any more information pertaining to the details mentioned, call on +971-6-561-0095 or send an email to rainroom@sharjahart.org.


Tickets will go on sale this Wednesday (we're told sometime in the morning) for every day of the installation's four-month run. LACMA expects entire days to sell out in advance, so don't bank on picking up same-day tickets at the museum's box office.


Should I purchase tickets in advance of my visit? Can I pick them up in advance of my visit?Yes. We recommend buying tickets before you arrive at the Gardens. We often sell out during busy seasons such as A Longwood Christmas, and most special events sell out in advance. You can purchase Gardens Admission or special event tickets in advance and print them at home or we can scan tickets directly from your mobile device. Please note that a $3 per ticket fee applies to purchases of special event tickets, including performances, dining events, and Fireworks & Fountains Shows. You may also purchase advance tickets over the phone and pick them up in our Visitor Center. An additional $6 fee applies for phone orders.


Will I be charged additional fees with my purchase?A $3 per ticket fee applies to performance, dining event, and Fireworks & Fountains tickets. Purchases of Gardens Admission tickets, Memberships, and Continuing Education classes do not incur a fee. Phone orders incur an additional $6 fee.


Can I save tickets to my mobile wallet?Yes. Use the Apple Wallet or Google Pay icon shown on the ticket to store to your mobile device. You will need to add each individual ticket type from your order to the wallet.


Can I get a refund? Can I exchange my ticket for another date?All sales are final. Tickets are non-refundable and may not be exchanged for another date and time. Lost or stolen tickets will not be refunded or replaced.


How do I receive a veterans or military discount?We offer veterans and active military a discount on Adult general admissions tickets. Veterans or active members of the military and their dependents (with a valid DoD card) can receive this discount. A separate valid ID must be presented for each discounted admission ticket.


Do you sell gift cards?Yes. Longwood gift cards can be used for general admission, Memberships, classes, special performance tickets, and purchases at The Terrace and Gardens Shop. Gift cards come in any denomination, are good year-round, and never expire. They may be purchased online, in our Visitor Center, or by calling 610-388-1000 (additional fees apply for phone orders).


Does Longwood make donations of admission tickets to support other nonprofits/charity auctions/fundraisers?Yes, after submitting your request, Longwood reviews submissions and makes a decision at that time whether to fulfill. Submit your request.


What is timed ticketing?Timed ticketing offers reserved times to enjoy our displays and exhibits. With a timed ticket, a pre-established number of guests enter during each interval, allowing guests to enjoy shorter lines and a better viewing experience. Timed tickets are required for admission.


When can I use my Complimentary Guest Tickets?Complimentary Guest Tickets are for one-time general admission and are not valid for specially ticketed events and blackout days (peak days) during A Longwood Christmas. Blackout days are all Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays during A Longwood Christmas through January 1, 2024; and every day December 23, 2023 through January 1, 2024. Other blackout dates may apply; check your tickets to see additional restrictions.


What happens in case of inclement weather?Visiting our Gardens is a largely outdoor experience, and most of our events are rain or shine. We will make every effort to hold outdoor events and performances as scheduled. Cancellation of an event or performance is dependent on weather conditions at the Gardens, and the decision to cancel a performance will be made as close to show time as possible.


Is Longwood Gardens accessible for people with mobility or physical disabilities?Yes, our Gardens are easily accessible to guests with mobility or physical disabilities. There are 45 spaces reserved for handicapped parking at the front of the Parking Lot near the Visitor Center. Most restrooms and drinking fountains are wheelchair accessible. The Main Fountain Garden Overlook, The Conservatory and The Terrace are equipped with elevators, and some of the doors in the Visitor Center, Conservatory, and The Terrace are automated. Most garden paths are wide and paved, and a wheelchair route is suggested on our map. While most of the route is level or gently sloping, a few areas are more steeply graded but manageable with an able-bodied assistant. The Lookout Loft is the only accessible treehouse. The Chimes Tower and portions of the Peirce-du Pont House are not wheelchair accessible.


Is there a rental fee for wheelchairs, scooters, and strollers?Wheelchairs, electric scooters, and strollers are available in the Visitor Center on a first-come, first-served basis. Wheelchairs are complimentary; electric scooters are Pay What You Wish; strollers are complimentary for Members, and fee-based for non-Members. Scooters are not available during rainy or snowy weather. (In consideration of other guests, rented scooters must be parked outside The Garden Shop, Open Air Theatre, Peirce-du Pont House, Music Room, Ballroom, and The Terrace when visiting those facilities.)


Is the picnic area handicapped accessible?The Picnic Area, open seasonally (mid-April through early October), is outside the main part of the Gardens and is accessible only by car or motor coach via Longwood Road. It features 70 picnic tables, grills, and restroom facilities in the shade of tall trees. Because it is in a wooded area, the ground is covered in mulch or gravel and not paved. The picnic tables are not specifically designed for handicapped accessibility.


Is there a family restroom/changing room?Our restrooms are equipped with pull-down changing tables and are large enough to afford guests the privacy they need. Visit the Green Wall in the Conservatory for facilities that are specifically designated as family restrooms.


Where is the restaurant? How far is it from the Visitor Center?The Terrace is a leisurely 10 minute walk from the Visitor Center. A self-service cafe and full-service dining room are both available at The Terrace. Guests can also enjoy the outdoor Beer Garden at The Terrace, available seasonally and during select special events.


Does Longwood allow photos/videos to be taken?All photography is at the discretion of Longwood Gardens and must take place while the Gardens are open to the public. All Longwood guests, including photographers, videographers, and artists, must purchase general admission tickets or be active Members to obtain entry.


EtiquetteYour photography, videography and/or art may not interfere with other guests' enjoyment or block paths. We encourage our guests to take casual photographs and videos of their visit for their own personal use and sharing on social media. Professional and amateur photo shoots (i.e., engagement, family, maternity, wedding, birthday, prom, and similar events) are permitted only in the outdoor gardens, but never indoors, including the Conservatory and Peirce-du Pont House. Equipment, props, or signs that cannot be carried by one individual in their hands are not permitted. Any prop, apparel/attire or sign deemed controversial or offensive in nature will not be permitted. Longwood does not have a place to store personal belongings. Please come to the Gardens prepared for your shoot. Hair, makeup and elaborate wardrobe changes are not permitted in our gardens or public restrooms. There are certain items that are not permitted inside the Gardens. Please review the list prior to visiting to avoid disappointment.


SafetyLongwood reserves the right to ask a guest to discontinue a behavior or session if it poses a safety concern, blocks paths or impacts the experience of other guests. Guests must stay in the public areas of the Gardens and obey all posted signage, barriers, and restrictions. Refrain from walking in flower beds and fields. Drone photography is strictly prohibited. Throwing rice, confetti, or similar material is prohibited.


Does Longwood host private events?We currently offer the following options for private events: After-Hours Events for corporate or non-profit organizations with a minimum of 125 guests. At this time, we do not offer any other packages for room rentals or private dining. Please note that we do not permit weddings, wedding receptions, religious ceremonies, or proms. 041b061a72


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