By Stacey Leasca
Updated February 27, 2020
Courtesy of ModelLand

In 2019, supermodel Tyra Banks announced her plans to once again diversify her portfolio and open up a theme park in California called ModelLand. At the time, her team explained it would be a“first-of-its-kind experiential attraction” that “intersects a fantasy version of the modeling world with state-of-the-art interactive entertainment, creative collaborations, curated retail, dining, and special events.”

And finally, after all these months of waiting, Modelland is nearly here. However, this once-in-a-lifetime model experience could cost fans a petty penny. 

According to the park’s website, ultra-fans can purchase "Fantascene Dream" tickets, which cost upwards of $1,495 per person. While that may seem steep, the tickets do come with plenty of perks like a fantasy photoshoot in its first-class line, which also comes with additional wardrobe changes and extra photos to take home from the shoot. 

With the ticket, guests will also get uber-exclusive VIP seating to shows, as well as a pre-visit personal consultation with a ModelLand fashion and beauty expert. Guests purchasing at this ticket tier will also receive hand-crafted "ModelLand elixir" and assorted treats plus a custom ModelLand bathrobe in a model goodies gift bag — and much more. 

However, if this ticket price is too rich for your blood that’s okay as Modelland comes with plenty of options.

The next step down from the Fantascene Dream is the "Fantascene Photoshoot" package, which will set you back $549. That ticket includes a more basic version of the Fantascene, but still includes a personalized photoshoot, a professional makeup artist and hairstylist, as well as a wardrobe stylist for the shoot. It also includes a few snacks and beverages as well. 

And if that’s still too much, interested guests can get in with General Access, which costs $59 for adults and $39 for children up to age 12. That ticket also includes a photoshoot, personalized looks, as well as posing tips from some of the masters. 

Tickets are already available for purchase, however, the absolutely massive 21,000-square-foot theme park in Santa Monica will not open to the public until May 1. So, you still have plenty of time to perfect your smize before the big day.

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