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Trick Eye Museum Busan Tours and Activities

Trick Eye Museum Busan
Home to more than 100 optical illusions, Trick Eye Museum Busan offers opportunities to take a collection of mind-bending selfies and photographs. Interact with all of the 3D-appearing artworks alongside staff who are on hand to ensure your entire group is featured in the photographs.

The Basics
Place yourself in the artwork at Trick Eye Museum Busan, where paintings make you appear to be boiling in a witch’s cauldron, walking along icy crevasses; and surfing on the backs of sharks. Then, visit the VR zone, where state-of-the-art headsets and accompanying physical receptors transport you to Busan’s top attractions, as well as imaginary scenarios. During the weekends and Korean school holidays, Trick Eye Museum Busan can get especially busy, so save time by booking a skip-the-line admission ticket in advance.

Things to Know Before You Go
  • Trick Eye Museum Busan is a must-visit for families and travelers with a love of photography.
  • Admission is free with a Trick Eye Passport, which gives you access to Trick Eye museums across the globe.
  • The museum is accessible to strollers and wheelchairs.

How to Get There

Trick Eye Museum Busan is located in the Busan Film Experience Center, which is within walking distance of the seafront. You can reach the museum by taking metro Line 1 to the Jungang Station, a 5-minute walk from the museum. Alternatively, take bus numbers 15, 86, 126, 186, or 190, exiting at the Baeksan Memorial Hall, Korea First Bank, or Jungang-dong Community Service Center stops.

When to Get There
The museum is open from 10am-6pm, Tuesday–Sunday. If you’re visiting Busan during the rainy months of October through February, a visit to the indoor museum can be a popular way to stay dry.

Busan Museum of Art
Near the Trickeye Museum Busan, you’ll find a museum that’s just as visually stimulating, but in a different way. Spread over three stories, the Busan Museum of Art features modern and contemporary art by South Korean artists, as well as works by the author and painter Henry Miller, alongside modern Japanese artworks and paintings that depict Vietnam throughout the ages.
Address: Jung-gu, Donggwangdong 3(sam)-ga, Daecheong-ro 126beon-gil, 12, Busan, South Korea
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1. Trick Eye is an experience-type museum where you can touch and experience the exhibits 2. The museum’s artworks require visitors’ active participation! 3. Meet Trick Eye’s unprecedented optical illusions by various contents! 4. MUST VISIT PLACE when visiting Busan with friends and family!
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