NEW YORK —
Today, The House of Cannabis (THCNYC) announces tickets are on sale for an April 7th grand opening. The House of Cannabis is the first-ever, permanent home celebrating “high culture” and its impact on music, art, fashion, social reform and cultivation. Ten mind-bending, immersive experiences created by artists and filmmakers, transport guests through the many dimensions of cannabis culture. Tickets are available at www.thcnyc.com.
“This is the first-ever physical home to shine light on the incredible ways that cannabis has influenced culture,” Robert Frey, CEO, Westside Museum LLC, said. “Whether you are a cannabis aficionado, have a recreational or medicinal relationship to the plant or are just canna curious, I think everyone will be amazed by the artistry and narrative behind the experiences. If you understand the cannabis community, you know it is about connectivity, creativity, and important issues affecting social reform. We wanted to create an elevated space that helps foster these community values.”
A 30,000 square foot historic cast iron building is home to this new destination at the iconic intersection of Howard and Broadway. The space also features a private lounge and ground level gathering space featuring community events, a café, corner store, live glassblowing and a curated assortment of cannabis inspired lifestyle products.
The ticketed exhibition spaces will be open daily from 11 AM to 8 PM. For more information, visit www.thcnyc.com and follow along on Instagram at @THCNYC.
About The House of Cannabis
The House of Cannabis (THCNYC) is the first-ever, multi-sensory, immersive experience journeying guests through cannabis culture. This interactive journey showcases 10 transportive experiences created by leading artists and filmmakers, weaving together cannabis’ connection to fashion, music, art, pop culture, and agriculture in a unique and compelling way. Located in Soho, one of the most iconic neighborhoods in NYC, THCNYC spans 5 floors and is housed in a historic, cast iron building that spans over 30,000 square feet. This new cultural institution offers a curated retail destination, munchy-minded café and corner store, and private work and lounge space. Join the revolution and discover a new perspective on cannabis culture. Follow along on Instagram @THCNYC or visit thcnyc.com