Yes, there’s an illusion museum and it’s not the only one. Museum of Illusions started as a unique project in Zagreb, Croatia and soon became education and entertainment places in more than 10 cities around the world. The museum offers interactive experience with illusions.
Museum of Illusions
Entertaining Illusion Museum
Illusions in illusion museum. It sounds natural but not so familiar. We think illusions are something can’t be captured in the real world. But this museum has illusions (sort of) inside, presenting them in both educational and entertaining way.
This museum seems pretty big to be introduced in City Museum (usually more focused on smaller ones). But I’d like to have it in Color Blog, maybe to add something illusionary colorful. I can say Museum of Illusions exhibits interactions or experiences to explore the world of illusions.
- Exhibits illusionary tricks that teach you about vision, perception, human brain & science
- Makes you experience illusions that your eyes see but your brain can’t understand
- Locations: Zagreb, New York, Paris, Shanghai, Kuala Lumpur, Toronto, Vienna, Dubai, etc.
Illusion museum of vision & perception
Good news is Museum of Illusions will open in Busan, Korea soon. It seems Trickeye Museum Seoul has similar concept though I haven’t visited the place yet. Personally I prefer the name “illusion” and want to visit there first when it opens in Busan.
I think it’s not a good idea to explain how illusion museum works by words. Video would be much better. Anyway by the photos on museum website, we can guess there’re playrooms with optical illusions, trick eyes and things like that. So it would be fun especially going there with children.
For grown-ups, it could be enjoyable if the museum presents variety of illusions – we expect more than a short experience of optical rooms.
There’re too many answers to the question, “What does a museum have?”. It could be anything – illusion museum might not that unusual.
So let me know if you find more unusual one in your cities. I also want to write about a Korean small museum with “visiting” (not searching) photos but unfortunately don’t know when.
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