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is a journey through more than 200 of the most beautiful, idiosyncratic, and interesting places on Earth – all seemingly plucked from the whimsical world of Wes Anderson.

Ever seen a dreamy place in real life and thought, ‘That totally belongs in a Wes Anderson film’? An Instagram sensation & best-selling book brought to life, Accidentally Wes Anderson: The Exhibition is an IRL exploration of real-life locations from all 7 continents through the lens of Wes Anderson’s iconic aesthetic. After a huge success in Seoul, Tokyo and London, Accidentally Wes Anderson: The Exhibition makes its way to Los Angeles!

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Immerse yourself in a magical adventure for both old and young.

From dusk onwards, plunge into a fascinating visual storytelling mixing history and fiction. Marvel at more than 20 life-sized animated dragons. Enjoy plenty of photo opportunities and at an additional cost, an exclusive themed VR experience. Enjoy an enchanting experience as you dive into a world of dragons.
See how 23 epic dragons come to life and roar!
Spend some time in nature as you walk through a beautiful outdoor trail. Immerse yourself in a fascinating visual story mixing history and fiction.
  • Anamatronic Dragons
  • Compelling Storytelling
  • Sound, Light, Special Effects
  • F&B tie-in
  • Virtual Reality Simulator
  • Projection Mapping
  • Extensive Souvenirs
  • Multilingual audio video guide
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The largest private collection of the Saga in Europe – an exhibition from a Star Wars fan for all fans.

An exhibition unlike any other in the galaxy, The Fans Strike Back™ gives fans of the universe’s most famous saga an up-close and personal look at one of the most extensive private Star Wars collections found between Las Vegas and Tatooine. Showcasing hundreds of unique collectables, sculptures, life-size figures, lightsabers, blasters and more, The Fans Strike Back™ takes guests on a journey to the resistance as well as to the dark side.

  • Over 600 Collectibles and Figurines
  • Life-size figures and famous costumes
  • More than 50 one-of-a-kind sculptures
  • Made by fans for fans
  • 40 years of passionate work
  • Armor, lightsabers, blasters, helmets, masks and more!
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With only 200 soldiers Francisco Pizarro conquered in 1532 the most powerful empire of ancient America. Never in the history of mankind gained an army so small a prey so large. Violently the conquerors robbed thousands of ritual and decorative objects made ​​of gold and silver and melt them without regard to their meaning. At least 181 tons of gold and 16,800 tons of silver came across the Atlantic Ocean to Europe. Only a few original pieces survived, but the myth and the fascination of the Inca gold remained alive.

The mystical treasures of an ancient culture

With very valuable loans from the Museo de Oro del Perú in Lima the fascinating exhibition 1000 Years of INCAgold opens a window to the early civilizations of the South American Andes. The objects are evidence of the sophisticated craftsmanship of the pre-Hispanic cultures of the Incas and their predecessors cultures of Chavin, Chimu, Wari, Moche, Nazca and Lambayeque in the period of about 400 BC to 1532 AD.

The artifacts of the INCAgold-exhibition give credit to the highly developed civilization and their majestic inheritance which makes people marvel even today.

Presented in dark and mythical environment with background music of the Peruvian highlands the exhibition shows the most beautiful artifacts from the Museo Oro del Perú. But it is not only the gold that makes this exhibition so special: An exciting experiential tour gets visitors in close contact with the mystical world of the Indians of the Andes via text information, documentary movies, 3D-projections and guided tours without concealing how much blood was wasted in exchange for the gold. The objects on display are of very different types: Besides jewelry and decorative objects with mythological scenes, there are utensils of daily use and musical instruments.

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BODIES – The Exhibition has been experienced by more than 15 MILLION PEOPLE worldwide. It offers an intimate and informative view into the human body. Using an innovative preservation process, the Exhibition allows visitors to see the human body’s inner beauty in educational and awe-inspiring ways. Our Exhibitions have over 200 actual human bodies and specimens meticulously dissected and respectfully displayed, offering an unprecedented and wholly unique view into the amazing body.

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Impressionists is the first immersive exhibition to cover a whole artistic movement rather than a single artist. It illustrates and brings to life, the revolutionary impressionist movement, the most important pictorial change since the Renaissance. We entertain while educating. We cover it’s 10 most important painters: Van Gogh, Monet, Renoir, Morisot (the first woman painter to use her own name and an icon of the nascent suffragette movement), as well as Manet, Degas, Pissarro, Gauguin, Cézanne, and Toulouse-Lautrec.


After 2 years of successful touring in Europe, the exhibition arrives in the USA.
We put our expertise at your disposal to bring Impressionists Immersive Exhibition to your venue, offering:

  • Assembly and Disassembly Service
  • Start-up of the turnkey exhibition
  • Commercial and marketing advice and materials
  • Merchandising for sale in store
  • Materials for press and communication


Embark on a thought-provoking journey through art

Our innovative 3D interactive panels explain in layman’s terms, the movements, key innovations, its influences, and how they influence all of modern Art that followed.


We’ve created fun sets for selfies, which encourages audience, participation, and the posting of photos in social media.


The immersive room creates a multi-sensory, fascinating and fun experience. With over 1,000 moving masterpieces projected on a 2,300 square foot immersive screen.

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Dinosaurs – LIVE! is an highly interactive and educational exhibition about the most impressive creatures that ever lived on our planet: the dinosaurs. No other fossil group of animals is as popular as dinosaurs. The world of the “terrible saurians” fascinates both, children and adults. 250 million years later they were brought back to life with this extraordinary travelling exhibition – opening a window on a world lost to history.

Experience the thrill of discovery!

Visitors experience the biggest creatures the world has ever seen – LIVE! with the help of up to 60 larger-than-life animatronic dinosaurs built in theater-like stages with backdrops and a guaranteed jungle feeling. The dinosaur robots are able to move their bodies, eyes, tongues, fingers and even stomachs and come in sizes as large as a 19m x 6m Diplodocus! Light shows and dino-sounds round off the highly realistic exhibits!

Visitors can gain precious insights about dinosaurs from all prehistoric periods including their places of discovery, periods of existence, anatomical characteristics, food patterns as well as scientific discoveries about their evolution and habitats. This fascinating mixture of life-like sculptures and skeletons creates the most exciting dinosaur exhibit.

Other activities include a 3D-cinema, fossil-dig, playground, dino-drawing, dino-riding, dino-diploma and a wonderful dino-store stocked with a variety of gifts sure to please any dinosaur fan!

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BANKSY – Genius or Vandal?

Banksy is an anonymous England-based street artist, vandal, political activist, and film director, active since the 1990s. His satirical street art and subversive epigrams combine dark humour with graffiti executed in a distinctive stenciling technique. His works of political and social commentary have been featured on streets, walls, and bridges of cities throughout the world. Banksy’s work grew out of the Bristol underground scene, which involved collaborations between artists and musicians.

Banksy says that he was inspired by 3D, a graffiti artist who later became a founding member of the English musical group Massive Attack.

Banksy displays his art on publicly visible surfaces such as walls and self-built physical prop pieces. Banksy no longer sells photographs or reproductions of his street graffiti, but his public “installations” are regularly resold, often even by removing the wall they were painted on.


A small number of Banksy’s works are officially, non-publicly, sold through Pest Control. Banksy’s documentary film Exit Through the Gift Shop (2010) made its debut at the 2010 Sundance Film Festival. In January 2011, he was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Documentary for the film. In 2014, he was awarded Person of the Year at the 2014 Webby Awards.

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Leonardo da Vinci has been a man active and talented in so many different areas that he may be called one of the few geniuses in the history of mankind. He was not only famous for being an artist but also a sculptor, architect, art historian, writer and last but not least outstanding inventor. The EMS exhibition “Leonardo da Vinci: Man – Inventor – Genius” focuses on the revolutionary inventions of the mastermind Leonardo da Vinci.


At the time of their inception, his inventions were so progressive that only a few could be realized using existing materials and manufacturing methods, but Leonardo’s inventions set new standards in the areas of:

  • hydraulic machinery, e.g. pumps
  • mechanical machinery, e.g. automobiles, gear works
  • machinery of war, e.g. tanks, cannon
  • flying machines, e.g. air screw, parachute
  • cartography
  • chronometry

The exhibition showcases 40-60 3-dimensional machines which have been reconstructed true to scale and based on the original Da Vinci codices – the notebooks Leonardo da Vinci carried with him to record his findings – using materials typical for this period: like wood, metal, cloth and ropes. Most of the exhibits are interactive, so the visitors are free to touch them and give them a try. The functionality of the machines is described in detail by computer simulations and video guides throughout the exhibit that visitors can handle interactively.

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On April 15, 1452 a man was born who changed the world like no-one else before: Leonardo da Vinci. Born in the small Tuscan town of Vinci, the illegitimate son of a farmer developed into the greatest geniuses of all times. He was an artist, sculptor, architect, art historian, natural scientist, musician, writer and inventor.

EMS Exhibits dedicated a unique exhibition to the exceptional artist Leonardo da Vinci showcasing all 23 paintings known to be created by the mastermind.

All paintings have been replicated in their original sizes with the help of a complex digital process specifically for this exhibit and are of astonishing authenticity. The artwork is presented in chronological order enabling to understand developments in Da Vinci’s work style throughout the years. The visitors also get to learn about the mostly adventurous background stories of every single painting including the way it was made, the probability of its origins and the identified stops along its world tour over the past 550 years.

Hear Leonardo´s musical compositions for the first time!

Visitors will experience another absolute novelty at this outstanding exhibit by being able to hear Leonardo´s musical compositions for the first time ever. Professor Reinhard Amon (University of Music and applied Arts, Vienna) and Meastro Prof. Contini have painstakingly reconstructed the musical works of Leonardo which accompanies visitors through the exhibition.

The 23 paintings

  • Virgin with Flowers
  • The Baptism of Christ
  • Annunciation
  • The Benois Madonna
  • Ginevra de’ Benci
  • Unfinished Work of St. Jerome
  • Adoration of the Magi
  • Madonna in the Cave (2 versions)
  • Lady with an Ermine – Cecilia Gallerani
  • Portrait of a Musician
  • La Belle Ferronière
  • Portrait of Beatrice d‘Este
  • Last Supper
  • The Virgin and Child with St. Anne (sketch)
  • Portrait of Isabella d‘Este
  • Madonna of the Yarnwinder (2 versions)
  • The Virgin and Child with St. Anne
  • Mona Lisa
  • Battle of Anghiari
  • St. John the Baptist
  • St. John the Baptist (Bacchus)