The National Building Museum in Washington has become the unlikely home of an enormous ocean of a plastic shore open to visitors who would like to jump in for a weird encounter along with one million plastic bubbles.

The shore, designed through an experimental design company has a sloping all-white beachfront and mirrors to enlarge the space twofold, and there is even a concession stand! As stated by the coordinators, the plastic bubbles are recyclable.

The National Building Museum hosts interactive installments every year, entertaining – in 2014, they had an enormous labyrinth visitors could browse and get lost in that. This amazing plastic shore will soon be open through September 7th, so make sure you swing by if you are ever in Washington, D.C.!

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