The new Paradox Museum in Las Vegas is set to become one of the city’s must-visit destinations this summer. The extraordinary museum will feature a stunning collection of mind-twisting and eye-tricking exhibits that challenge reality and defy common sense. Guests can expect to explore 90 engaging exhibits that combine the fun of exploring brain-bending illusions with the incredible science of paradoxes.
“Everything we do is infused with a unique desire to create thrilling moments of discovery,” Sales & Marketing Manager Billy Pierro said of the experience. “Our mind-twisting, eye-tricking experiences challenge the mind and leave their mark!” The interactive museum takes visitors on a sensory and educational journey where they will learn about the exciting science behind optical and perceptual effects. Every exhibit will be interactive, allowing visitors to defy reality and immerse themselves in new perspectives.
“Paradox started from very humble means (yes, it all began in a basement apartment in Zagreb) and one totally out-of-this-world idea,” Pierro has said of the museum’s roots. “What a paradox, yeah? From crazy ideas to tangible reality, we’re all about provoking the mind to think outside the box. We marry visual, physical, and cognitive attributes with the world of art for a result that is powerful, harmonious, metaphoric, and a wholeheartedly good time!” Unlike exhibits designed specifically for photos, Paradox Museum aims to make visitors think outside the box. “Everything we do is innovative, powered by science and technology, and just blow your mind incredibly! We don’t just create exhibits; we design stories that tantalize the mind to think again!”
As well as touching the hearts and minds of those who wish to challenge their senses and ways of thinking, the exhibits will also offer the perfect opportunity to take unbelievably cool photos and videos. From the Upside Down Room to the Paradox Sofa exhibit, every display will offer a unique and unforgettable experience that will challenge visitors to question what is real.