Are you ready for an intriguing visual, sensory, and educational experience through unexplored illusions?
Las Vegas is already home to some fascinating museums and there will soon be one more to add to the collection. The Museum of Illusions has announced Las Vegas as a new location, offering an interactive, immersive, and most importantly incomprehensible experience for all generations.. mind-bending exhibits that will discombobulate your brains and baffle your senses. Each and every optical illusion is unlike the last as they change with every glance leaving your perceptions completely perplexed.
This new museum is yet another extremely Instagram-friendly option in the Valley but the uniquely absurd arrangements at the Museum of Illusions will offer photo opportunities that you certainly won’t find anywhere else. So make sure you bring your camera and prepare to take some inexplicable snaps!
The collection is made up of educational exhibits all based on math, science, and psychology. Visitors will start off startled but are prompted to learn about the tricks of perception and how the human brain works through their experience of each exhibit. Mirror infinity rooms, scale-distorting rooms, holograms, a vortex tunnel, and an anti-gravity room are some of the exhibits that await you at the Museum of Illusions. There will also be Smart Shop where educational toys, 3D lights, and other souvenirs can be purchased.
With a Museum of Illusions already in New York, Dallas, and Kansas City, the Las Vegas Museum of Illusions is one of 6 more coming to United States cities as part of the fast-growing Museum of Illusions project that started in Zagreb, Croatia five years ago. Las Vegas and other museums opening in Chicago, Orlando, Philadelphia, Miami, and Washington take the total number of these interactive educational museums to over 30 worldwide.
Chicago and Orlando’s museums will be of the first new locations to open doors, and will launch with a variety of COVID-19 safety measures in place an HVAC system with air purifying technology and, of course, mandatory face masks, limited capacity, and one-way paths through exhibitions. Fingers crossed that Las Vegas is next on the list!