As cannabis culture becomes more mainstream in the Big Apple, it’s only right that we celebrate the impact that the plant has had on us as a society.
Officially open to the public on April 7th, The House of Cannabis is the first-ever permanent home celebrating “high culture” and its impact on music, art, fashion, social reform, and cultivation.
The House of Cannabis (THCNYC) is a 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, 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, a munchy-minded café and corner store, and a private work and lounge space.
The immersive experience of THCNYC spans three floors and ten exhibitions.
The three dimensions include:
A multimedia flight through the past, present, and future of cannabis, Floor Four explores how cannabis has shaped human history from 2800 BC to today. Moving through the space, you’ll find yourself seeing sound, feeling color, and plunging through a cacophony of the artful, historical, celebratory, unjust and iconic moments that cannabis has had on culture now and then.
This is a flower with powers, and Floor Three lets you know it. A deep dive into the seductive and cosmic agriculture of cannabis, follow your nose to New York’s first-ever urban grow – a higher education of the lifecycle of the plant at each stage of growth. Get intimate with the sensational complexity that the plant has to offer through living plants, macrophotography and a dive into the complex world of terpenes.
Choose your own chill on Floor Two. Relax with friends in our indoor recreation of a park — likened to any smoking aficionado’s favorite smoke spot — or levitate to new highs in the Hypnodrome, the grand finale crescendo by artist Benjamin Gordon.
THCNYC also offers private access to the penthouse floor for special events, parties, conferences, and intimate gatherings. The space is equipped with plush furnishings, a full-service bar and kitchen, and relaxed lounge seating.
Get your tickets today to join the revolution and discover a new perspective on cannabis culture!
The ticketed exhibition spaces will be open daily from 11 AM to 8 PM. For more information, visit www.thcnyc.com