If you love magic and want to get lost in the world of magic, here is a world renowned 4D museum that would definitely interest you, called Trick Eye Museum – The Illusion Republic. This unique museum displays are based on optical illusions, at its six themed zones. You can create wonderful pictures with your creativity and imagination at these zones.
‘Trickeye’ which means ‘Trick of the eye’ and refers to a traditional art technique Trompe-l’oeil which turns two-dimensional paintings into three-dimensional images through the use of optical illusions. The walls, ceilings and ground display painting to trick your with the illusion of a scene. The museum also claims to be Singapore’s first 3D plus AR Museum.
6 zones at the Trick Eye Museum
The Trick Eye Museum clearly means ‘Trick of the eye’ and the curious travelers can explore the world of three-dimension images and experience a sight like never before. To closely witness such bliss, these 6 zones at the Trick Eye Museum will let you live and enjoy the best of this tricky museum.
1. World of Masterpieces
World of Masterpieces is a zone where you get to discover the hidden secrets of four dimensional spaces. The place displays Media Art, Ames Rooms and Dining Room. You would find tricky paintings and art installations. Here’s a chance to pop out of a random painting hung on the wall or serve your partner’s head on a platter.
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The Excitement zone is all about stimulating the feeling of intense excitement within the visitors. The adventurous visual illusions make you look like escaping a giant beast like an anaconda and a piranha or playing with a rare animal like riding a jumbo elephant’s trunk or climbing bamboos with a cute panda. The other thrill inspiring illusions include paragliding, trekking a snow mountain.
This spooky zone at the Trick Eye Museum in Singapore lets you overcome your fears by challenging them. The illusions of the friendly ghosts lets you become the main lead of the lot and engage in the paranormal activities. See your body floating above the ground level; find yourself laid on a cemetery box while a priest and 2 men perform exorcism on you; get trapped in an hourglass or dare to cross the illusionary narrow wooden bridge built over a deep crack in the Earth.
4. Fairy Tale
Even if you are an adult now, the Fairy Tale Zone will bring alive all your childhood fantasies. Sit on the moon; swim like a mermaid; let a wolf-man take you on a vintage bike ride through the woods; dine with a rabbit; take a tour on Aladdin’s magic carpet or dance on the ice like Elsa. Do all that you ever imagined but couldn’t! This zone also has some of the most romantic settings.
Fantasy zone at the Trick Eye Museum is just like a dream land. Here you will see magical realms of fantasy come alive right before your eyes. These picture perfect settings are a dream come true for any visitor. Become a butterfly; cross a tricky bridge build over a waterfall; share a leafy umbrella with a frog or ride a beautiful white flying horse.
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6. Trick World
The Trick World has some of the most loved Trick Eye exhibits on display. Here you see some of the highly impossible events coming to “illusionary realy”. Take an ocean ride on the popular mythical Singaporean lion-fish; perform the most difficult postures of professional Ballet dance along with other illusionary dancers; indulge in a horse riding race or challenge a Kung Fu master on a fight. This zone of Trick Eye Museum is rather more artistic than illusionary.
Timing & Ticket Rates
The Trick Eye Museum in SIngapore is open from 10am to 9pm with last admission at 8pm, throughout the year. Following are the ticket prices at the Trick Eye Museum in Singapore:
- Adult (13-59 yrs): INR 1800
- Child (4-12 yrs): INR 1450
- Senior (60 yrs and above): INR 1450
- Family A (2 adult + 1 child/senior): INR 5050
- Family B (2 adult + 2 child/senior): INR 6500
Note: You can book upto 20% if you book online.
Reviews & Location
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Address: Waterfront @ Resorts World Sentosa, 26 Sentosa Gateway, Singapore 098138
Singapore has always fed every travellers fantasies with elaborate outdoor architectural structures. An exciting gallery like the Trick Eye Museum in Singapore never seizes to amaze its visitors. If you want to see this illusion in reality, plan a trip to Singapore ASAP!
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