Some pretty cool stuff inside, including alot of "hands on" puzzles.If we weren't in the midst of a pandemic, those puzzles might justify the cost of admission. In the meantime, unless your willing to risk touching something hundreds of people put their hands on everyday, the cost of entry is a little steep.
This is a SMALL 'museum' for a large price. There are some interesting things but it can be viewed in 15 - 20 minutes.
Great for a quick experience. Totally interactive and social distancing was fairly well handled for a smaller venue. Great photo opportunities.
This place has the illusion of being a tiny little museum! The reality is that it is truly captivating for its size. It's very easy to spend much more time here than you originally expect! Bring a couple of friends to get the full benefit of all the wondrous visual adventures :)
So we thought it was going to be like A Maze N things which we went to when we were in Melbourne which took a good hour to get through, but this is an incredibly small exhibit. Good for about 10 minutes. Worth it if you're close by and haven't been to other places with similar exhibits. Otherwise pass
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We provided the audio and lighting for a corporate event at this great venue last September.
From the initial site visit, to planning to execution, Carlo Pagtalunan and his excellent team were wonderful to work with!
They were so accommodating during our set-up by finding some storage space for our cases and making our set-up smooth.
The event also included Garrick the DJ and was fully catered by Peter and Paul's, so Carlo had a lot going on at once, which he conducted calmly and with a smiling face!
Attention meeting planners, this is a very unique venue with outstanding service!!
We look forward to working with this great team again!
Museum of Illusions