Travel vlogger Anna Paul has over 3.7 million followers. She always shares the places she visits around the world, but one that recently caught people’s attention was her trip to Omega Mart. The massive, immersive art exhibition in Las Vegas is as surreal as it is interactive. Created by the entertainment Meow Wolf, the mind-bending supermarket is more than meets the eye.
When Paul showed off the Omega Marts aisles, the rows of products appeared to be no different than what’d you see at any grocery store. However, up close every product was something else. The bags of chips were pillows; the deli was full of tattooed chickens; there were cans of “Mammoth Chunks” and butter-scented room spray.
“Nothing is at it seems. Everything is weird,” she said.
But that wasn’t all the freezer section opened up a secret passageway to a giant warehouse with more trippy artwork, a massive hidden escape room and tons of other hidden pathways.
“There are so many holes to crawl into. You can get lost in here,” Paul said. “It’s the most insane thing I’ve ever seen.”
According to Travel and Leisure, Omega Mart is divided into four areas: The fake supermarket, “Dramcorp” a Tron-inspired installation where guests see the faux corporation behind Omega Mart; “Factory,” a factory-like playground where the grocery store’s products are made; and finally, the “Projected Desert,” a psychedelic garden.
Paul’s video received over 43 million views and 9.1 million likes on TikTok.
“This place was a trip without even tripping,” someone wrote.
“I feel like I’ve had this exact dream,” another joked.
“This is going on my bucket list,” a person commented.