- Savona, 401 South Gardner Ave, Charlotte, NC
- 2021-05-01 to 2021-07-31
About The Exhibit
This unique exhibition, hosted in Charlotte, NC, invites you to step into the universe of the greatest masterpieces of Michelangelo, yet seen from a totally new perspective. This event is brought to you by our partner Fever and the Secret Media Network.
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Rome Comes to the Savona Mill in Charlotte, NC
Savona, 401 South Gardner Ave, Charlotte, NC
2021-05-01 to 2021-07-31
July 31, 2021
SEE Global Entertainment
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Where: The Paper Warehouse at Savona Mill. 401 South Gardner Ave, Charlotte, NC 28208
When: From May 1st – July 31, 2021
Standard Access Tickets (includes entry to the exhibition)
Child (4 to 12)
Family 4 Pack (2 adults+2 children)
Additional Child (for Family Pass)
VIP Access Tickets (includes entry to the exhibition, skip-the-line access and a poster of your choice)
VIP Senior (65+) / Child (4 to 12)
Opening Hours: Thursday – Sunday 10am-6pm (time slots available every half hour)
Accessibility: The exhibition is wheelchair accessible and there’ll be a downloadable audio guide for visually impaired
Age Requirement: All ages. Free entry for children under 4 years old
Did you reproduce everything inside the Sistine Chapel?
Our mission was never to copy the entire chapel, so bordering elements such as the Ignudi angels and other framing devices are not included. It was necessary to crop some of the images in order to fit them into the display design, but rest assured: all key images from the ceiling are included.
Is the artwork in the exhibit the same size as the original in the Vatican?
Since the ceiling of the Sistine Chapel is curved, these reproductions are as close to the original size as possible.
Why does the exhibit look different from city to city?
Our goal is to be in as many unique spaces as possible, and we customize the layout of the exhibit in relation to the local architectural environment (total space, ceiling height, existing structures, etc.). All shows are a unique and meaningful experience featuring 33 of Michelangelo’s iconic ceiling frescoes and the Last Judgment, educational signage, an optional audio guide for rent, a video theater, and social media friendly photo opportunities.
What is the source of the images and when were they taken?
The exhibit is produced by Special Entertainment Events (SEE), a L.A.-based exhibition production company which acquired the worldwide rights to the fresco reproductions from Bridgeman Images. The photographs were taken post-restoration of the ceiling; in some cases, color enhancement was necessary to match the images for consistency.
How long should I plan to spend at the exhibition?
The average visit lasts between 1 to 1.5 hours. Although this is a ticketed and timed event, all tickets will be honored as space allows.
What is your refund policy?
All tickets are non-refundable. Ticket non-refund terms and conditions are agreed to before purchase. In special circumstances, we may be able to help reschedule your ticket to another date and session that has not already sold out. Please contact us for more information. Be sure to include your ticket order number.
Is the venue wheelchair friendly?
Yes, The Savona Mill is wheelchair friendly.
Can I take photos inside the exhibit?
Yes! Photos for personal use are permitted and encouraged, but please do not use a flash, tripod, or selfie stick. For any professional or filming requests, please contact, SEE Global Entertainment.the producers.
When is the best time to come?
Weekends are traditionally the busiest days, so expect large crowds then.
Do you allow strollers?
Yes, parents with strollers are always welcome. Your baby will have one of the best views in the house!
Can I bring food or drink inside?
Sorry, no outside food or drink is allowed.
May I host a private event inside the exhibition?
Who do I contact for issues with purchased tickets?
For issues with tickets bought with FeverUp, click here or call 1 (646) 849-6917.