Wes Anderson: Asteroid City Exhibition

Extreme bright colours, carefully crafted scenes, and symmetry. This is director Wes Anderson’s unmissable style, and if you loved The Grand Budapest Hotel or The French Dispatch, you’ll definitely want to see Anderson’s new movie, Asteroid City and the related exhibition at 180 Studios.



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Asteroid City Exhibition


Asteroid City Exhibition London

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If you’ve fallen into the Wes Anderson TikTok trend that recently exploded the Internet, here’s an exhibition you don’t want to miss. Wes Anderson: Asteroid City Exhibition opened at 180 Studios on 17th June to celebrate the director’s new star-thudded movie.

Delve into the director’s bright and colourful world and let yourself teleported to a fictional American city in the middle of a desert for a Stargazer/Space Cadet convention in the 1950s and witness world-changing events!

The exhibition is curated and presented by 180 Studios in partnership with Universal Pictures and it leads you through original sets, costumes, props, and artworks from the movie and lots of photo opportunities.


Wes Anderson - Asteroid City Exhibition London

Photo: Urban Adventurer


Visitors also get a chance to dine at the Luncheonette, the movie’s iconic 1950s diner.

Limited-edition merch available on site. Among others, you can put your hands on t-shirts, screenplays, vinyl records and more.


Practical Info

Wes Anderson- Asteroid City Exhibition

Photo: Urban Adventurer




180 Strand, Temple, London WC2R 1EA


Opening Times

17th June-8th July 2023

Open each day between 12pm-7pm



General admission: £15

Child under 12: FREE

Concession: £9

Tickets can be purchased on 180 Studio’s website






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