Sweet Tooth Motel will bring an immersive art experience to Watters Creek in Allen from Dec. 5 through the holidays.(Courtesy Photo/Watters Creek)
Get ready to take some socially distanced selfies.
The Sweet Tooth Motel, a pop-up immersive art installation spun off from Dallas’ Sweet Tooth Hotel (with an “H”), is opening at Watters Creek in Allen next week.
The exterior of the limited-time holiday exhibit resembles a vintage roadside motel “with a Sweet Tooth Motel twist,” according to the exhibition’s organizers.
Inside, visitors will encounter an area filled with “fantastical desserts,” and as guests make their way through the exhibit, they will discover a “magical winter wonderland” of snow-frosted pine trees with a mountain view.
The exhibit was designed by Cole and Jencey Keeton, with build out and fabrication by Dream Maker Builds.
Guests can book tickets online. Household groups of up to 4 people can go inside for a 30-minute exclusive experience, with mask-wearing required and social distancing enforced.