If there ever was more of a need for 'happy little trees' this is it. The Bob Ross Experience is a one-of-a-kind, authentic tour of Bob Ross' studio, his work and his legacy.
Millions upon millions of people have listened to his soft voice and heard the scrape of his pallet knife as he explained how wonderful mountains and trees got along in nature. But now, Indiana and the Ross family is welcoming visitors to come experience where all the 'happy little trees' were planted.
Visitors are allowed into the studio in Muncie, Indiana where The Joy of Painting was filmed.
At the exhibit, fans can explore more about Bob’s life and philosophy and even check out some of his original paintings and artifacts including a hair pick used to fluff up the artists massive afro. Inside, guests can pose with Ross’ real easel, palette, and the set of brushes he used in the show.
Just fifteen visitors are allowed in per hour, with timed tickets, to ensure social distancing and masks are mandatory. Inside, guests can pose with Ross’ real easel, palette, and the set of brushes he used in the show. Guests can even check out the actual hair pick Ross used to fluff his perm on the show.
Explore the life, philosophy, and art of the iconic American painter inside the historic home where The Joy of Painting was filmed. The immersive exhibit features original paintings and artifacts, inspiring visitors with Bob’s message of fearless creativity.
The Bob Ross Experience is offered Wednesday through Sunday. Local residents will have to pay $8 per person for adults and $6 per child. Non-residents will pay $15 per person for adults and $12 per child.
The Bob Ross Experience is located at 1200 N Minnetrista Pkwy Muncie, Indiana.
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