This article was originally published in Broadway World Chicago by Alexa Criscitiello.

From Starry Nights to Yellow Houses, the Instagrammable experience returns for a limited time to enchant and inspire at an all-new location on the Mag Mile.

Step into the 19th-century genius of Vincent van Gogh’s incredible works this Summer as the exhibit that took Chicago by storm and “Starry Night” travels back into town for a limited-time. Popping up at an all-new location on the bustling Magnificent Mile on the corner of Michigan and Wacker at 333 N. Michigan Ave., the experiential homage is dubbed Van Gogh for All and will be open to the public Sunday, August 15 through Sunday, September 26.

Curious learners of all ages will be fascinated by the exhibit’s deep dive into some of the beloved artist’s most famous works, his creative process and personal struggles in an out-of-this-world, interactive way. Incorporating modern technology and vast opportunities for participatory learning, admission to the exhibit is $20 for adults and $10 for kids ages 12 and under, available for purchase online.. The immersive exhibit will be open seven days a week from 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. and is proudly produced and designed by the Dolores Kohl Education Foundation, in collaboration with Luci Creative, and fabricated by Ravenswood Studio.