Museum of Illusions, a well-known brand of educational and entertaining museums, has opened its latest flagship location in Las Vegas. This new location promises to be the most immersive and unique experience that Las Vegas has to offer, featuring over 15,000 square-feet of interactive illusions and their fascinating scientific explanations.
The newest location for the Museum of Illusions is also home to a number of Las Vegas exclusive spaces. “Some of the exhibits that guests can experience for the first time in Las Vegas are The Infinity Slot Machine, where guests can enjoy the illusion of infinite winnings, and Cylinder, which plays with reflection or Wonder where the movement of this wondrous creation brings you into a state of peaceful transcendence,” Pien Koopman, Marketing Manager for Museum of Illusions Las Vegas told us. “We’ve also created Las Vegas-themed exhibits, especially for this location. Some of our key exhibits, such as the Reversed room, Building illusion, Following eyes, and Cloning table, are custom-made with Las Vegas themes. Engaging with those, the visitors will have the chance to seemingly levitate upside down on a Cadillac car or seem as if they are hanging from a vibrant, Las Vegas-themed building.”
The museum is conveniently located right on the Strip, between The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas and The Shops at Crystals, in the new 63 retail space. The museum’s focus on active participation from guests, combining science with entertainment, makes it a must-see attraction for visitors of all ages. “Vegas is well known for its entertainment and attractions and tends to do everything bigger and bolder,” Koopman said of the fantastic location on the Las Vegas Strip. “What better place for the Museum of Illusions to put its flagship location right on the Las Vegas Strip?”
The museum is designed for visitors of all ages. “Museum of Illusions provides a unique experience, offering both entertainment and an educational journey to its visitors, pioneering the concept of edutainment, where fascinating exhibits play tricks on the minds and at the same time show the exciting science behind the illusions,” Koopman explained. “We believe in making learning a fun and interactive experience, allowing people to discover the hidden wonders of the mind.”
Unlike most museums, interaction is a main component of the experience. “Unlike traditional museums, we encourage active participation from our guests. Our exhibits are designed to be touched, experienced, and photographed, creating memorable moments and encouraging social sharing,” Koopman told us. “We provide a unique space where people can become part of the art and have fun capturing mind-bending pictures and videos. From mirror rooms to various optical illusions, visitors can capture photos and videos of themselves interacting with these illusions, showcasing how reality can be manipulated.”
Guests can expect a wide range of experiences. “Museums of Illusions offers a highly interactive environment where visitors can engage with various optical illusions, mind-bending exhibits, and immersive installations,” Koopman said of the space. “This creates an engaging atmosphere that can be perfect for corporate team-building activities or private events, as participants can interact and bond over the shared experience of exploring illusions together.”