Immersive And Interactive Unicorn World Coming To WPB In October

interactive event for all ages, gallops into West Palm Beach on Oct. 28-29. The event features a magical forest and animatronic unicorns. It will take place at the Palm Beach County Convention Center.

Created and developed by the husband-wife duo Patrick and Lauren Mines, Unicorn World is a one-of-a-kind opportunity for families to build memories together through themed activities, including an enchanted forest, arts and crafts activities, story time, and colorful, life-sized, moving and neighing unicorns.

“Seeing the joy, inspiration and creativity reflected in the faces of families when they experience the magic of Unicorn World drives us to bring this event to communities throughout the country,” said Lauren Mines, co-founder of Unicorn World. “Whether it’s tapping into your inner child meeting life-sized unicorns at Rainbow Acres or witnessing the awe of a little one while racing motorized unicorns in the Galloping Glen, Unicorn World is sure to bring a smile to your face.”

The event also includes games and play areas, including specified areas for children under two years old. Families also can purchase add-on experiences, such as professional photos, rides, bounce houses, face painting and more.

“We are honored to be helping families make magical memories together in a wonderland of unicorns,” co-founder Patrick Mines said. “From the moment our attendees arrive to the moment they leave, we want to transport them to an enchanted land that sparks wonder and lets imagination run free. Our goal has been to provide an environment that fosters quality time together for all ages, and we’re proud that the average stay at Unicorn World is more than two hours. That’s perhaps the greatest testament to the success and magic of this experience for families.”

The event will be the 17th of its kind, including previous events across the nation.

“The full embrace of this unique experience by attendees has been so rewarding to witness, and we look forward to bringing mystical magic to even more cities,” Patrick Mines said.

Tickets, which are $30 per person and free for children under age 2, must be purchased in advance through the Unicorn World web site and are not available at the event. To manage event flow and crowd size, time slots must be reserved. For more information about tickets, time reservations and add-on experiences, visit