Those in the know about Sweet Tooth Hotel look forward to our yearly rotating themes and unique art installations created by our curated group of emerging artists. Now we're expanding our joyful immersive exhibits with an immersive experience we've dubbed Sweet Tooth “Motel”. And this installation is one hundred percent exclusive for each individual group to explore.
What is Sweet Tooth Motel?
At the end of 2019, founder Jencey Keeton had already begun to conceptualize a portable art experience that could provide another way to travel and safely showcase the amazing art installations from the past two years of our exhibits, as well as new work.
“Sweet Tooth Motel allows us to experiment and bring our exhibits to life on a smaller scale,” said Jencey. “We’re also providing a private, safe experience for our guests without them having to worry about social distancing.”
Known for our secrecy before exhibits, interior photos of Sweet Tooth Motel will be released shortly before the opening date. Guests can expect an exterior mural reminiscent of your favorite roadside vintage motel, with a Sweet Tooth Motel twist. The interior will feature an entry filled with fantastical desserts, look but don’t eat, through which guests will have to find their way into a magical winter wonderland filled with snow frosted pine trees and overlooking a breathtaking view over the mountains with the northern lights shining above.
For guests who want a first look at Sweet Tooth Motel, our holiday launch week will be hosted by City of Denison from Saturday, November 28 to Friday, December 4. Book Tickets now for our Denison pop up.
Then we'll head to Watters Creek in Allen, TX from Saturday, December 5 to Sunday, January 3. (Closed Christmas Eve, Christmas Day and New Year's Day). Each time slot is $40 to book and will allow up to four guests per time slot. Book Tickets now for our Watters Creek pop up.
City of Denison will also be presenting their annual ice skating rink, “Denison On Ice” which will be open 7 days a week from 1pm-9pm.