Get creative with your poses as you snap photos and trick onlooker's eyes - at the original home of Trickeye 3D art
Trick and be tricked with 100 optical illusion paintings and installations
There are no boundaries - step into and be the subject of the artwork
Take note of the useful tips at every artwork telling you how to capture the best shot
Don't miss the chance to climb the iceberg and ride on the ice slide in the Ice Museum
Amaze friends and family with the hilarious photos that you've snapped!
Get ready to march into an incredible dimension of original 3D artworks! Trickeye, short for ‘trick of the eye' refers to an art technique where two-dimensional paintings are turned into three-dimensional images through the use of optical illusions. You're visiting the home of Trickeye, the South Korean original museum that has now found roots across the world. Marvel at 2D paintings on the museum walls, floors and ceilings – and try to wrap your head around how they pop out and come to life! Visitors are allowed to freely explore the multiple galleries with their eyes, hands, and of course, cameras. So step inside paintings, hang from beams, ride a camel, dance with the pros and swing with Spiderman.
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It's entertaining and one of a kind. The ice museum was done perfectly and very very very cold.
Cool art! Very funny and unexpected hehe will do come again
Interactive paintings. Love that you can touch them unlike in traditional museums. location is easy to find. Price is cheaper than the original price.
first time visit. quite an eye opener. can easily spent abt 1.5 hours taking nice and funny photos. plus the ticket prices are reasonable too.
Trickeye 3D Museum provides an opportunity for you to take some funny pictures that you may find them impossible if not very difficult to do so in reality. I'm quite impressed with the one where the man on the LHS gets smaller while the woman RHS taller at the same time. Its location is quite convenient - 15 mins walk from Hongik Uni subway. You may find a lot of street performances at night on your way to the museum.