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Ride aboard the Titanic, find yourself among giant toys or attempt a zombie escape... A visitor to the Museum of Illusions is not a passive observer but a full-fledged participant of the paintings created by the best artists. This is a place where...more
Suggested duration: 1-2 hours
calle Pintor Fortuny, 17 | Junto a las Ramblas, 08001 Barcelona, Spain
Quite ordinary and simple objects inside making me disappointed. It is quite a small house and especially for children not for adults. Simple illusion of objects and visuals. If you are a family with children under 12 or so then it is ideal.
We went here to avoid the cold rain as it was close to our hotel. Definitely not worth a special trip. Basically not a museum at all and only one real illusion inside the sloping room, but otherwise a lot of paintings on walls where...More
This is ok if you are looking for a cheap activity at €10. You can easily find discounts online too. It is just paintings on the wall and if you stand in the correct position you get a good photo.
So much more you can...More
We got a leaflet which gave us a discount for entry. It was raining outside so it gave us something to do. You really have to make your own fun and everyone seemed to enjoy it, we were they for about an hour as it...More
Totally not worth the price.
Just some painted walls that have nothing to do with illusions, optical or physical.
I don’t recommend visiting this museum with the thousands of other possibilities in this wonderful city, Barcelona.
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