I'm not entirely sure that I understood all of the exhibits, but it was definitely a one-of-a-kind experience. It's honestly hard to describe because everything is so unique, even from one room to another within the installation. I think it is definitely something everyone should experience at least once. A lot of the art installations are interactive to some degree, so it is also a great experience for kids. Some of the spaces can be a little tight, and there are multiple exhibits that require you to walk up stairs or crawl into smaller openings. If you have a disability that limits your movement or just have joint problems, this might not be for you. That said, I'm a bigger guy and was able to get in and out of all the exhibits. It did start to get pretty crowded by the time we finished, so I would urge you to book your tickets for the very first time slot to fully experience everything and enjoy it.