Trick Eye Museum Hong Kong

The Trickeye Museum,  an art gallery with paintings created using 'trompe l'oeil' techniques that give each 2D art piece the illusion of being in 3D originated in Seoul, Korea. It has become popular that they made another 2 domestic and two overseas branches, in Singapore in Hong Kong.

The museum let the visitors  interact with the paintings, posing themselves just right so that they look as if they are part of the original work. You need to get the perfect spot, to get that effect. You have to pay attention to instruction posted in each painting as to where you stay for posing and taking pictures. Trick Eye Museun Hong Kong features around 50 optical illusion paintings and installations over 5 different themed zones. These zones are:

1. Secret Garden
This is the first themed zone you will see when you enter the museum. Different paintings about nature, plenty of blues & greens that are very pleasant to the eyes.

2. World of Masterpieces 
Create your own version of the world famous paintings, with yourself as the subject.

3. Great Adventure
Time to awaken the adventurer’s spirit within you! Take heaps of photos to capture the adrenaline rush moments and share your experiences with your friends and family.

4. Neverland
Have you even heard of the Emperor's New Clothes which is only visible to "the wise"? Come to the Trick Eye Museum and see for yourself how...


5. Hong Kong Discovery
All of Hong Kong in one place! Don’t miss out a chance to get the closest picture of the Big Buddha and enjoy Hong Kong’s dazzling nights cape on a romantic paper boat.

I've been to Seoul, but we didn't have much time so we're not able to visit their Trick Eye Museum. I have seen the one in Hong Kong anyway. If you're going to visit The Peak in Hong Kong, make sure you visit the Trick Eye Museum. You have nothing much to do there anyway. And if you have extra time and money, visit the Madam Tussaud too!

Address: Trick Eye Museum Hong Kong, 3/F, The Peak Galleria, 118 Peak Road, (The Peak, Central District)

Business Hours: 10:00am – 9:00pm (Daily)
(Last admission: 8pm)


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