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This Museum Created An Indoor Beach Filled With 1 Million Plastic Balls…And You Can SWIM In It!

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Who didn’t love jumping into the plastic ball pit as a kid?

Not that you simply can’t try this as associate adult, however it’s sometimes frowned upon in most public places (yet another excuse to not grow up).

One of those places, however, isn't The National Building depository in Washington, D.C., wherever they really encourage jumping into (and swimming in) over one thousand thousand recycled plastic balls.

That’s right. The National Building depository in Washington has become the unlikely home of a vast ocean of 1 million plastic bubbles within a ten,000-square-foot enclosure place in on the museum’s main floor.

Designed by associate experimental firm known as Snarkitecture, the exhibit — known as The Beach — let’s guests jump from the pier space into the balls, wherever they'll swim, splash, and paddle through them as they might in water.

Item Reviewed: This Museum Created An Indoor Beach Filled With 1 Million Plastic Balls…And You Can SWIM In It! Description: Rating: 5 Reviewed By: Paul Emond
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