Trick Eye Museum - Seoul
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Get ready for some major fun! Make sure to bring a camera or at least your mobile phone. It's best to visit with friends, so you can take pictures of each other. Trick Eye Museum is a perfect place to fill your day with laughter and put you in a good mood.
The Trick Eye Museum is an interactive 3D optical illusion museum located in Hongdae, the center of Seoul's bustling night life, urban art and indie shops.
The museum invites visitors to have a fantastic photo making experience with about 100 unique oversized paintings and installations that create an optical illusion effect in photos. Each artwork is a challenge to one's imagination. The sillier your pose is, the funnier photo you will get.
Since its opening in 2010, Trick Eye Museum has been one of the Seoul's most visited attractions by both locals and international tourists. In 2014 it was ranked the No 1. Most visited attraction among both Seoul's museums and amusement sites and has continuously received trip advisor 'Certificate of Excellence' ever since.
Throughout September 2015. the museum has been through a massive collection renewal and opened a new Carnival Street Zone filled with real carnival games.
With a single entrance ticket you get to visit Trick Eye Museum, Carnival Street AND the Ice Museum.
Aside from the main museum. Trick Eye also offers visitors more things to enjoy themselves such as trying on Korean traditional clothing, hair and makeup in the photo booth, having your portrait drawn by a professional caricature artist or making your own ceramic doll souvenir.
Adult: 15,000won / Group over 20 people : 11,000won
Under 18: 12,000won / Group over 20 people: 8,000won
under 36 months child is free for the admission.
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