A new immersive art exhibit that has welcomed more than 180,000 guests to the Houston area over the past year announced Aug. 10 a planned move to the Heights.

The exhibit—run by the companies Lighthouse Immersive and Impact Museum—specializes in immersive art exhibits, including recent exhibits for artists such as Vincent Van Gogh, Frida Kahlo and Claude Monet. The announced move will see the location of the exhibits head from the Founders District at 1314 Brittmoore Road in West Houston to a new spot at 600 W. Sixth St. in the Heights, according to an Aug. 10 press release.

The new space is set to debut in early November, according to the release, aligning with plans to set up a more permanent Houston location.

“We are so thankful for our time at the Founders District and for all of the support we’ve received thus far from the local community during our time at the Brittmoore location,” said Vito Iaia, cofounder of Impact Museums and co-producer of the "Immersive Van Gogh" exhibit, in a statement. “Our goal is to be a socially impactful member of the community and to continue to offer patrons more opportunities to be immersed in the best experiences possible.”

At 26,280 square feet, the new space will allow Lighthouse to work on a larger canvas, Lighthouse Immersive cofounder Corey Ross said. It will feature two gallery spaces, taller ceilings and an updated acoustical treatment for high-quality sound engineering, according to the release.

The "Immersive Monet" experience will be open to guests at the Brittmoore location through Aug. 21, according to the release. Special holiday programming is slated to debut at the new location in late November with presale tickets going on sale Aug. 24.

Details on upcoming exhibits at the new location will be announced in the coming weeks, according to the release. Tickets can be purchased online at www.immersivemonet.com.