Video: Inside Meow Wolf, Denver’s spectacular immersive art playground

by James Wilkinson

When it comes to immersive art playgrounds, Meow Wolf Denver is something truly spectacular and unique – it’s a venue that transports audiences of all ages to fantastic realms of story and exploration.

Created by more than 300 collaborating artists, the ‘Convergence’ at Meow Wolf Denver is home to psychedelic mind-bending art throughout four worlds.

The experience is not only immersive, but home to some of the most creative work ever seen in America.

Here you will commute via the Quantum Department of Transportation to the ‘Convergence’, a bustling city created by a rare cosmic event that joined four alien worlds.

When you’re not trading memories as a form of currency, you and your fellow interdimensional travelers can venture out into four floors of surreality featuring Meow Wolf’s most epic immersive art to date.

If you’ve ever wanted to wax heroic at the crossroads of a real life sci-fi neutopia, this is the space-time for you.


The best way of getting to Denver in comfort and style.

United’s brilliant Polaris Business Class cabin

WAYFARER recommends flying to Denver, Colorado on United Airlines, which offers daily flights to the city from across America (including New York, Houston, Los Angeles, San Francisco and more) and around the world.

Book a ticket on the long-haul sector in United’s Polaris Business Class cabin, which features flatbed seats, pyjamas (on flights over 12 hours), all-new Saks Fifth Avenue bedding and onboard amenities from Therabody – including a kit that features an eye serum, face spray, hand cream and cleansing towelette exclusive to United customers – alongside fantastic inflight food and drinks (including an a new, brilliant wine menu), premium noise-reducing headphones and fantastic inflight hospitality.

It’s an exciting time for United, with the carrier dramatically increasing Australian services and debuting new United Clubs across the network, including in Denver.

United recently opened its largest United Club at Denver International Airport, a 35,000 sq.-ft. space that seats 600 across three levels, making it the largest in the carrier’s global network.

The new Club is located in the B Concourse and according to the carrier, It provides a modern take on the United Club experience with a new feature bar offering beer flight boards to taste a seasonal rotation of premium local and craft beers.

This club is the second in a series of new locations to open in Denver this summer. Last month, a new 24,000 sq.-ft. United Club opened in the A Concourse, featuring a luxurious ski lodge aesthetic and thoughtful design touches inspired by the Colorado outdoors.

Up next, the carrier will open an additional revamped club location in 2025, and once open, Denver International Airport will feature more than 100,000 sq.-ft. of United Club space – nearly the size of two football fields – across three United Club locations and United Club Fly, a unique grab-and-go concept offering enhanced food and beverage for United Club members with quick connections.

“With more than two-thirds of United customers connecting to other places in Denver, the new clubs are expected to accommodate more than double the number of travellers than before,” according to United’s Head of Clubs and Lounges, Alexander Dorow.

He said the opening of these new clubs comes on the heels of United unveiling a new club concept, United Club Fly, in Denver last year, that is a first-of-its-kind concept for a U.S. airline.

Since opening, United Club Fly has been visited by more than 100,000 travellers who’ve enjoyed the elevated convenience to grab food or beverages on the way to their flight.

“The new United Club locations are designed and operated to reflect feedback from our customers and match the way their travel has evolved in recent years,” Dorow said.

“We’re growing our hub in the Mile High City, and the expansion and renovation of United Club locations represents our commitment to Colorado and our customers’ experience.”


Located on the eastern side in the B Concourse near gate B44, this new club location touts 35,000 sq.-ft. across three levels and more than 600 seats, making it the largest club in United’s network.

The space reflects Denver’s beer scene with brewery-inspired elements and a new beer tasting experience at the feature bar on the mezzanine level.

At the feature bar, travellers can choose from a seasonal rotation of 10 local and craft beers on tap, with selections from Colorado breweries New Belgium, Great Divide, Denver Beer Company, Upslope, among others, to enjoy from United customized tasting boards and beer glasses.

The feature bar area is distinguished by five Vestaboards displaying personalized messages and menu offerings and a custom, vibrant blue mural by visual artist Charlo Garcia Walterbach that explores the joy and discovery of new places that travel brings to life.

Inspired by Denver’s urban areas, the space features details such as concrete flooring, hand-crafted decor and exposed ceilings for a sleek and modern design.

Throughout the space, guests can enjoy a variety of locally-sourced furnishings and artwork, including photography, paintings, sculptures and murals that reflect the Denver community. The entryway features a sculpture inspired by the cones of the Colorado Blue Spruce.

Made by Will Schlough, the piece is crafted from dozens of skateboards meant to resemble colorful pinecones. An additional statement mural by local artists, Jaime Molina and Pedro Barrios, tells the story of Denver through highly-visual, street art inspired geometric shapes.


Influenced by the Colorado Rocky Mountains, travellers visiting the new club location on the western side of the A Concourse near gate A26 can experience a sense of place among locally-sourced furniture and decor that reflects Colorado’s outdoor landscapes and experiences.

Designed to feel like a ski lodge, two fireplace lounges, stacked wood, flannel patterned cushions and vintage ski decor make travellers feel like they’re nestled deep in the woods on a Colorado retreat.

This 24,000 sq.-ft club offers two premium bars and 400 seats across two levels of club space. There’s room to grab food and drinks, play a few rounds of shuffleboard in the game lounge or relax near the fireplaces.

The space features hand-crafted, custom artwork from local artists, including a sculptural installation from Colorado-based artist Amy Hoagland that uses glass rods to form a topographic-inspired piece that creates an optical illusion from different vantage points.

A custom ‘Come Fly With Us’ mural by Denver-based multidisciplinary designer Adam Vicarel is prominently displayed in the club’s game lounge, and it showcases a combination of colors and shapes that exemplify travel and the Colorado landscape. Additional local artwork includes a glass sculpture, mixed media collages, photographs and paintings inspired by Colorado nature.

Both club locations include enhanced amenities, such as free high-speed Wi-Fi, self-scan entry gates for seamless club access, agent on demand kiosks for any travel planning questions and wellness rooms.

Each club also serves premium culinary offerings with local flair, including oatmeal paired with Colorado honey, egg frittata inspired by the Denver omelet (ham, bell peppers, red onion, spinach and cheddar cheese), Colorado Club sandwiches and pork green chili.

This expansion is part of the carrier’s nearly US$1 billion investment to further improve the customer experience in Denver.

Earlier this year, United announced new non-stops to six destinations including four not served by any other Denver airline and local infrastructure improvements such as 12 new gates set to open in the A and B concourses by the middle of 2024 – giving United 90 total gates, the most at Denver International Airport.


The full catalogue of Wayfarer magazine is available to read in the new United Clubs at Denver International Airport and over 45 United Clubs across the USA for free thanks to United’s partnership with publishing app Readly.

The move significantly boosts readership numbers for Wayfarer, the only Asia-Pacific business or executive travel magazine with current editions available on Readly, and offer topical news and features for members and guests of the United Clubs and Polaris Lounges across the USA from Austin to Washington.

In each edition of Wayfarer, readers can expect travel news, global, destination guides, hotel and airline reviews, plus restaurant, bar and bespoke drink features, the best in technology, motoring, travel accessories and much more.

Readly offers a digital subscription service in over 50 countries and 17 languages where customers have unlimited access to 7,500 magazines and newspapers.