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Holiday House opens at Netflix at The Grove as immersive shopping destination

I’m excited to share that Netflix’s Holiday House is officially opening to the public tomorrow, Wednesday, December 7! Located on the second floor of Netflix at The Grove, Holiday House is an immersive destination for all things holiday cheer (inspired by your favorite Netflix shows and movies)

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This year, Netflix has a number of IRL holiday experiences in store, starting with Holiday House, a festive experience located on the second floor of Netflix at The Grove in Los Angeles. Holiday House is an immersive destination for all things holiday cheer (inspired by your favorite Netflix shows and movies). Special moments include a holiday vignette that’s perfect for capturing family photos, a jaunt inside the famed detective office of Enola Holmes, an exploration of Matilda’s musical library, a School for Good and Evil Wishing Tree, an Emily in Paris–inspired photo op (Eiffel Tower included, of course), a Slumberland–inspired time-traveling bed and an exclusive behind-the-scenes look at the making of Guillermo del Toro’s Pinocchio. For more information, please visit: https://www.netflix.com/tudum/articles/netflix-at-the-grove

LOCATION: 189 The Grove Dr G-10, Los Angeles, CA 90036

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