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Museum of Illusions introducing unique combination of interactive art, science, and psychology to downtown Seattle



A new Museum of Illusions is set to open in downtown Seattle on June 28, offering visitors a unique and interactive experience. The museum, which has over 50 locations in 25 countries, will be housed in the historic Skinner Building and feature 9,000 square feet of holograms and illusion rooms. Some of the highlights include a “Vortex Tunnel,” an anti-gravity room, and a walk-in kaleidoscope. The Seattle location will also boast installations like the “Reversed Room” and “Building Illusion,” adding a local twist to the global attraction.

Founded in Zagreb, Croatia in 2015, the Museum of Illusions has quickly grown in popularity with over 15 million visitors worldwide. The museum aims to educate visitors about the science behind illusions while offering a blend of art, science, and psychology. With its unique and interactive displays, the museum provides an entertaining and educational experience for all ages. The upcoming opening in Seattle is part of the museum’s expansion into new markets and its commitment to providing an unforgettable experience for visitors.

The Museum of Illusions is just the latest entertainment venue to join the downtown Seattle scene, following in the footsteps of other interactive spaces like the WNDR Museum and various pop-up experiences. These attractions aim to draw locals and tourists alike to the city’s core, offering a mix of entertainment, education, and immersive experiences. With its focus on interactive displays and engaging exhibitions, the Museum of Illusions is sure to add a new dimension to Seattle’s entertainment landscape.

Tickets for the Museum of Illusions will be priced starting at $27, with walk-ins welcome but online reservations encouraged. The museum offers a fun and family-friendly environment where visitors can explore illusions, test their perception, and learn about the underlying science. From optical tricks to mind-bending rooms, the museum promises to provide a one-of-a-kind experience for all who step through its doors. Whether you’re a local looking for a unique outing or a tourist seeking an unforgettable adventure, the Museum of Illusions in Seattle is sure to captivate and amaze.

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