Hong Kong 3D Museum - Trick Eye Museum

Unlike the traditional art museum, you can interact with the art pieces in the museum or even fuse yourself into the 3D paintings.
The museum is opened in 2014 and it is the first 3D museum in Hong Kong.

3D museum is known as "Trick Eye" museum and its beginning is in South Korea.
The paintings are actually 2D paintings that look 3D using optical illusions.
Visitors can take photos with the paintings so that they look like they are a part of the paintings.

Nowadays, the museum has over 60 3D paintings.
Its exhibits will change periodically to provide the latest 3D experience to the visitors.

If you are planning to go, you need to bring a camera because the purpose of it is for you to take pictures with the 3D paintings.
It is suggested to go early in the morning to avoid the lineups.

The museum itself is a group of connected rooms.
Each room has walls covered with a variety of painting for you to interact with.

It was pretty fun to be able to pose and make it look like we were really there.
But it may take a bit of time to practice and get the perfect shot.

The museum is open from 10:00am to 10:00pm, from Mondays to Sundays.
The entrance fee of the museum is about HKD$140 for adults or HKD$100 for seniors, students and children.

To reach this museum, exit off Tsim Sha Tsui MTR Station Exit P2.
Then, walk along Chatham Road to the museum for about 10 minutes.

Average spending per person: HKD$100-$150
Location: Hong Kong 3D Museum
Address: 1/F Hilton Tower, 96 Granville Road, Tsim Sha Tsui East, Kowloon



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