Step inside Bluey’s house … for real life! Kids will soon have the opportunity to come laugh, play, and pretend with Bluey and her family at CAMP’s newest and most heartwarming immersive adventure.

Bluey x CAMP opens in Los Angeles on Nov. 6 at CAMP’s West Coast flagship store at Westfield Century City. Families will be able to visit Bluey’s home, a 5,000-square-foot house inspired by the Emmy Award-winning show and created in collaboration with BBC Studios. With dancing, games, and a meet-and-greet finale, this is the ultimate Bluey experience.

There are plenty of fun activities for kids to enjoy at Bluey x CAMP. They can play their favorite Bluey games, such as Magic Asparagus and Keepy Uppy, show off their best moves in Bluey’s playroom, or climb through a two-story pillow fort and a cardboard box castle with slides. Kids can also enjoy a short Bluey animation, shop exclusive Bluey x CAMP merch, and snap a selfie with Bingo and Bluey. Lastly, be on the lookout for hidden Easter eggs from fan-favorite Bluey episodes nestled throughout the house, such as garden gnomes, tennis balls, and long dogs galore!

Families not in the Los Angeles area can get in on the fun by shopping the Bluey collection of youth and adult merchandise on and in other CAMP stores nationwide. They can also participate in one of CAMP’s meet-and-greets with Bluey and Bingo at select CAMP locations, including Dallas, Atlanta, Boston, and Chicago. You can purchase tickets for the meet-and-greets here.

Bluey x CAMP will be in Los Angeles for a limited time before moving to another one of CAMP’s eight locations, to be announced at a later date. Limited tickets for the experience are available online at or in person at CAMP, and families are encouraged to plan ahead.

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Maggie Dougherty

Maggie Dougherty

Maggie Dougherty is an editorial intern at Adventure Media & Events. She is a senior at Iona University in New Rochelle, New York, where she studies digital media and production. In her free time, Maggie can be found watching Conan O’Brien videos on YouTube, reading biographies of Lyndon B. Johnson, or listening to the Succession soundtrack.