A new addition to Orlando, Museum of Illusions is a new wonderful attraction that will surprise you.
Full of attractions, Orlando is a popular place to visit for both big and small attractions. Although many tourists visit Orlando for the major attractions such as Disney, Universal and SeaWorld, there are many others worth visiting.
Museum of Illusions is one of those attractions and for the hours of fun you’ll have, it’s definitely worth visiting.
Disclaimer: I did receive complimentary tickets to the Museum of Illusions, but all opinions are my own and will always be my own.
Museum of Illusions
Have you ever wondered how a square can turn into a circle? Or how someone may look like a giant standing in the same room as you? These are some of the questions, you’ll find yourself asking once you step into the Museum of Illusions.
Inside the Museum of Illusions
Upon arrival, you’ll find a friendly face ready to check you in. Once checked in, you start to see their exhibit. A few holograms hanging on the wall and a table that makes you look as though your playing cards with yourself.
On the floor are indications of where one should stand to take a photo. Whether it’s you and a friend or a family member, the staff in the museum are very helpful and will take photos for you.
The museum has over 50 exhibits. From holograms to the infinity room, this museum has a bunch to fool your eyes.
As we are still dealing with Covid-19, the Museum of Illusions does have some safety procedure in place. While visiting, guests musts have their masks on at all times and keep their distance from others.
Sanitation stations are also available throughout the entire museum and they have also reduced the capacity inside the museum.
There’s plenty of parking and it’s free parking as well. You can either park in the outside parking lot or in the garage.
Restaurants & Attractions
Since the Museum of Illusions is located in ICON Park, they are surrounded by many different restaurants and attractions. Some of the attractions you’ll find there are Madam Tussauds, SEA LIFE, The Wheel and many others.
As for restaurants, there’s Yard House, Tapa Toro, Tin Roof, Shake Shack, Sugar Factory and other great restaurants.
The Museum of Illusions was a great attraction to visit. It gave my friend and I plenty of photos, and it was also fun!
Although the space is small, I am hoping to see a future expansion for even more exhibits in the Museum of Illusions.
The cost of the museum is currently:
Adults: $24.95 ($22.95 online), Children: $20.95 ($18.95 online)
For more information, visit their website.
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