Snarkitecture: The BEACH

It’s nice to know that at the age of 24, hurling myself in a pit of plastic balls is just as fun as it was back in the days when I pretended to drown in multicolored ‘quicksand’ at Chuck E. Cheese’s. These days, the location’s changed from the sweaty, smelly pits at Jeeper’s to The BEACH, a 10,000 square foot “ocean” of translucent plastic balls, at the National Building Museum. Cesar and I checked out this year’s exhibit during one its BEACH Late Nights, where we dangled our feet off the “pier” and pretended we were jumping off boats. Judging by the amount of ball ‘wars’ that broke out, I’d say we aren’t the only twenty-somethings out there looking to throw it back to our childhoods a little.

Snarkitecture the beach national building museum dc  Snarkitecture the beach national building museum dc  

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