The museum is a sister attraction to Jeju's mysterious road, in that its exhibits revolve entirely around optical illusions. It is the third such museum in South Korea. Science and special paint technology combine to bring alive pictures and paintings throughout the museum. There are five sections to the museum - trick art, digital art, object art, sculpture, and Provence art.
As for examples of the exhibits themselves:
- A painting of a horse that you can personally saddle and ride.
- A real scarf that's blown one way, then another way, as two paintings of Mona Lisa blow at it.
- The painting of a waterfall that wets the floor for real with spray.
- Step into one of the creations of Van Gogh.
- A room where the floor is the ceiling and the ceiling is the floor.
- Sculptures of artists that seem to parody their own works.
- A fairy-tale village diorama that's a children's favourite.
Altogether, there are about 150 exhibits.
Trick Art Museum Korea Travel Tips
- +82-2-1330 - for queries in English.
- Check out the shop and the cafe.
Entrance Ticket Details For Trick Art Museum Korea
- KRW 7000 for teens
- KRW 6000 for kids and the disabled
- KRW 1000 is further discounted in each price category for group visits of 20+ people.
Trick Art Museum Korea Hours
- Last entry is 1 hour before closing time.
How to Reach Trick Art Museum Korea
- Take a taxi.
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55.43% of people who visit Jeju include Trick Art Museum Korea in their plan
12 PM - 1 PM
68.28% of people start their Trick Art Museum Korea visit around 12 PM - 1 PM
People usually take around 2 Hrs to see Trick Art Museum Korea
95% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Trick Art Museum Korea