Try the Neverland pop-up experience at The Silo

Grab your friends and head to Neverland at this immersive Peter Pan-themed experience.


From the moment you walk in the doors, you’ll feel as though you were transported to Neverland. | Photos provided by Viral Ventures USA

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When we heard a Neverland-themed pop-up experience was coming to Columbus, we stopped in while the performers were having rehearsals to learn more. How are they creating this experience? All it takes is faith, trust, and a little bit of pixie dust...

📍 When + where

This traveling pop-up will take over The Silo (next to Harvest Pizzeria in the Brewery District) from Friday, March 24-Sunday, Dec. 31.

🧚‍♂️ What to expect

While the script and storyline were kept a mystery, we do have some details as to what will come along with the 90-minute experience:

  • Enjoy an immersive show with singing, dancing, and surprises for the crowd.
  • Play interactive games like hook toss and solving mysteries.
  • Sip on themed cocktails like the Smoking Fish Bowl (which is great to share and will actually be smoking) and a Tinker Bell Twist. Plus, mocktails are also available at every show.
  • Try photo opportunities with light-up Tinker Bell wings, a tiki bar, and a jail cell.

Pro tip: Dressing up in Peter Pan-themed attire is encouraged.


The experience is located at 940 S. Front St. | Photo provided by Viral Ventures USA

🎤 The local impact

All performers in the show are local talent, including Frank Whitaker and Ryan Cash, who were rehearsing as Captain Hook, and Amy Hermance, who was rehearsing as Peter Pan. Fun fact: All actors will learn every role in the show.

Show-goers can dine locally next door at Harvest, as the Neverland experience will not have food. Reservations are not available, but you can call ahead for parties larger than seven.

🎟️ Grab tickets

Tickets are $45 and include a welcome drink and two themed cocktails along with the show.

All shows on Saturdays at 1 p.m. are listed as family-friendly and will be alcohol-free. These are the only shows where those under the age of 21 are permitted.

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