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Candytopia Returns for Limited-Run Engagement at Fashion District Philadelphia

Marilyn Johnson

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Located at the Fashion District Philadelphia, Candytopia, the all-ages, interactive exhibit of candy art officially reopened in May. The immersive candy-coated experiential adventure initially opened in September 2019 and quickly became a popular destination for a family-friendly, one-of-a-kind experience. The attraction announced the pop-up is extended for another limited-run engagement.

The Instagram-friendly shrine to all things sweet and sugary includes over a dozen fantastical rooms filled with animated statues, larger-than-life art installations, and mesmerizing games. Whimsical artwork, a confetti shower, and a marshmallow pit are just some of the features to be enjoyed by children and adults alike. Guests can expect a full sensory experience while walking through the nearly 20,000 square feet space within the massive Market Street shopping destination.

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While venturing through the imaginative candy wonderland, sweet-tooths are treated to candy samples including sours, chocolate treats, nostalgic favorites, and many more surprises. The sweet sensation will feature the most popular attractions from past locations along with new and captivating elements, transporting guests of all ages into their childhood imaginations.

Candy connoisseurs can purchase tickets to Candytopia Philadelphia at Candytopia.com. Pricing ranges from $28 for adults; $20 for kids, ages 4-12; and Free for kids, ages 3 and under. Tickets must be purchased in advance and are expected to sell out quickly.

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“We are so excited to reopen at the Fashion District and welcome people back to Candytopia for one more run in Philly,” General Manager Jacqueline Cusack said. “It is so much fun to come into work every day and see our guest’s excitement as they can enjoy our candy-themed, sensational adventure once again.”

Marilyn Johnson is a freelance writer covering the food and drink scene of the Greater Philadelphia area and South Jersey. News tips: phillygrub@gmail.com.

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Marilyn Johnson is a Philadelphia area-based food and travel writer focusing on food & drink in the Mid-Atlantic region. Email phillygrub@gmail.com for Philly area news; phillygrubtrips@gmail.com for travel tips and opportunities.

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