Time is running out to visit the Fantasy Maps: Imagined Worlds exhibit at Central Library. The exhibit ends October 15, so don’t miss your chance.
Fantasy Maps: Imagined Worlds takes visitors on a journey of wonderment. See St. Louis like you’ve never seen it before by visiting the 75×25-foot floor map of city neighborhood landmarks illustrated with whimsical design and impeccable detail.
In the Carnegie Room you’ll discover fantasy maps of all kinds, from classic children’s literature to epic fantasy books. You’ll learn about worlds imagined and created, as well as familiar worlds re-imagined – from fascinating mystical maps to diverse maps of St. Louis.
Visitors can also take a piece of the exhibit home, by picking up a foldable, replica fantasy map of the St. Louis landmarks. This one-of-a-kind map is available while supplies last.
And don’t forget to make your visit known — post, tag or tweet about the exhibit using the hashtag #slplfantasymaps.
“Fantasy Maps: Imagined Worlds” exhibit is made possible by generous support from: DM³, Edward Jones, U.S. Bancorp Community Development Corporation, Nancy & Ken Kranzberg and Erica & Bryan Willert.