Go See the Museum of Illusions

Aniello Angrisano

Chronicle Reporter

Coming to Hollywood Boulevard for a limited time the Museum of Illusions is a dazzling spectacle that has to be seen to be believed. Opening until March 2nd this pop up museum is definitely a place to check out. With two floors packed of illusions visitors will be entertained and taken on a visual spectacle that will leave no viewer feeling underwhelmed.

Obtaining fame throughout Europe the museum has garnered substantial fame to have its first U.S. location open right up in Hollywood Boulevard. Giving a different twist to the average museum the exhibits will give viewers a mind bending and cool experience. The museum is filled with over 30 plus wall paintings, pictures, and other 3-D art all created by Los Angeles’ finest artists. The exhibits feature illusions that will make the visitors feel like they are climbing rocky abysses, catching a ride on the titanic, exhibits that will make visitors shrink or grow, or they can check out great views of the city with a 360 panorama on the rooftop. The museum also greatly encourages photography as it a great part to enjoying the exhibits. That is the great thing about this museum that it is interactive for everyone.

The price for entry is $25 dollars online and at the entrance for adults while the museum is open from 10 a.m. to 12 a.m. daily. For more info check out the link below.


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2 thoughts on “Go See the Museum of Illusions

  1. Agree completely about 9/11 museums. Feel similar about WWII Holocaust museums dedicated to only one group of people. My question has always been why do we have these museums in the USA and why on earth is there more than one when we did not perpetrate those crimes? The Irish Holocaust responsible for millions dead was so devastating that Ireland still has not reached its population level of 1840. The museum for that is poorly done and shoved out of the way, and difficult to visit. To be truly fair our nation lacks a fitting African Holocaust museum, one that shows contrition and honors the many millions that died, easily the greatest human crime ever perpetrated, and one which the USA had complicity. That should have been the FIRST Holocaust museum ever built.

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