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Put your senses to the test and see if they deceive you at the Trick Eye Museum in Seoul’s Hongdae district. With your ticket in hand, step inside the museum and explore at your leisure. Discover optical illusions designed to fool the eye, focus your gaze on two-dimensional paintings on the gallery walls and set your imagination free as you step into otherworldly photographs. Explore zones including Masterpiece, Fantasy, Adventure and Comic where nothing is quite as it seems, and enjoy fun-filled adventure in the South Korean capital. 

Highlights

  • Trick Eye Museum entrance ticket including Ice Museum
  • Experience the visual thrills of trompe-l’oeil art, which creates optical illusions, in themed exhibit halls
  • Use your camera to create innovative photographs that make you pop out of the paintings
  • Visit the Ice Museum and enjoy ice sculptures of a kitchen, car, TV, sleigh, igloos and slides
  • On-site staff are available to help you capture the perfect shot

Why Our Insiders Chose This Tour

Whether you bring your date or family, everyone will get a kick out of the Trick Eye Museum, with late open hours and educational programs.

What You Can Expect

Trick Eye Museum Entrance Ticket

Trick Eye Museum Entrance Ticket

Customer Reviews

Latashia B

5 star rating: Highly Recommended May 2016

Great experience for all ages.

Latashia B

5 star rating: Highly Recommended May 2016

Awesome experience. Would go again.

Latashia B

5 star rating: Highly Recommended March 2016

LOVE!

Janelle S

5 star rating: Highly Recommended December 2015

Okay. First of all, this is not just one museum/exhibit. There is the Trickeye Museum and the Viator ticket includes admission to the Trickeye Museum, the Ice Museum and Carnival. There is also a Love Museum on the second floor with a separate admission price of what would be equivalent to about five dollars.

Overall, I had a blast. The venue is not huge BUT there is much fun to be had. Oh, and in the center of it all is a Kung Fu Panda Tea shop. Bubble Tea anyone?

Marian Reena C

4 star rating: Recommended May 2016

At first, we had a hard time finding the place but eventually came across the sign. We came in at around 6pm and most of the shops inside the museum were already closed by the time we were finished. The museum was very fun though you really have to bring a tripod to take amazing photos. We also went to the Ice House which was very cold so better bring an extra jacket when you plan to go here. The area nearby, Hongik University has many restaurants, shopping places, and street music or performers so it's entertaining to stroll around the place.

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