Enter this surreal world of optical illusions where anything is possible at Alive Museum or test your logic at Seoul's newest indoor attraction, Dynamic Maze
See more than 20 contemporary ‘Trick Art' and 50 parody works of famous pieces at Alive Museum
You won't any ‘Don't Touch' signs here – the artworks are fully interactive!
Take on the puzzles, challenges and obstacles of Dynamic Maze
Work with your friends to navigate the maze using logic and intuition
Choose tickets for just Alive Museum, just Dynamic Maze or a combo ticket for the two of them
Embark on a visual journey through artworks from the likes of Gogh, Manet and Picasso. Feed a giraffe or box with a kangaroo, rock climb hundreds of feet or ride a runaway mine train! At Alive Museum you can step in to become the subject of the paintings and take hilarious, mind-bending photos! These classic paintings are transformed into multi-dimensional optical illusions using a range of perspective techniques and mirror effects. The building also houses Seoul's newest indoor attraction: Dynamic Maze. Band together with a group of friends to work out clues, decode puzzles, and take on a range of easy and difficult challenges in order to break free of the maze! Buy each attraction individually or try out both with the combo ticket.
4D Alive Museum
4D Alive Museum + Dynamic Maze
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Dynamic Maze is highly recommendable for kids at heart :) It is amazing, physically challenging, a bit scary and tiring, but it's all worth it. We had a great time here! PS: During peak hours, there's 2hour waiting time. Alive Museum has interesting and funny attractions. Ready your cameras :)
Kids like Alive Museum much. It is good as the one at Singapore that we visited last year.
Convenient to use. Can even buy it the day of use it. Highly recommended to all travellers.
Really easy to use and easy to find the place. The place is amazing. Theres a dynamic maze and the dark room but must pay more money (not included in the voucher). We don't try the maze and the dark room. Near the museum, we can easily find food and accessories to buy. And there's also henna tatto. Many young people around the museum.
The pictures were amazing and we took a bunch of photos of them. The stuff was very helpful that they recommend us the best angle of shooting the photo. But there can be more pictures for people to see and take photos of as we stayed there for less than 30 minutes.