Trick Eye Museum

Open Time : 10:00 AM TO 6:00 PM

Entry : paid

Address : Trickeye @ Southside, Singapore

Website :

Phone : +65 6795 2370

Why to visit Trick Eye Museum

The Trick Eye Museum is a site of deceiving realities, with the finest efforts made to make the entire appearance humorous and entertaining for visitors. It is believed to have a large collection of 3D artwork that produces an optical illusion. The Trick Eye Museum Singapore transports visitors into numerous scenarios with backgrounds and skilled art by using paintings that create the illusion of size, shape, and location. The museum has a total of 90 works of art, which are grouped into six zones, each with its own theme. All of the zones have been meticulously planned to provide tourists with an unforgettable experience. 

The Trick Eye Museum in Singapore is one of Korea's internationally famous optical art museums, and it's one of the greatest locations to visit in Singapore for Augmented Reality.  'World of Masterpiece,' 'Safari Kingdom,' 'Dream of Fairy Tale,' 'Star of Circus,' 'Love in Winter,' and 'Adventure Discovery' are the names of these zones. Don't be fooled into thinking that this area is only for kids; rather, it ensures that every visitor, whether an adult or a youngster, leaves with pockets full of pleasure and entertainment. 

To get here by Sentosa Express, take Exit E to VivoCity and go to level 3 to catch the Sentosa Express. Arrive at Waterfront Station one stop later. For roughly 3 minutes, walk straight towards the Universal Studios Globe. When you see the Insadong Korean restaurant, turn right and go straight until you find the Trick Eye Museum.

Special Tip

Before accessing the museum, the XR App must be downloaded to one's phone. It creates an augmented reality effect that enhances the perception of optical illusions. Cameras should also be brought along for taking shots. If a camera is not carried, users must ensure that their phone batteries are properly charged, as the XR App and camera consume a significant amount of battery life.

By Atharva Yeshwardhan

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