The Museum of Illusions Toronto is an interactive art space that challenges visitors' perception with mind-bending rooms and installations. Inspired by optical illusions and surrealist artwork, the museum invites visitors to snap an Instagram-worthy shot at one of its many exhibits which range from a dizzying, LED-lit vortex tunnel to a size-altering anti-gravity room and a chair illusion space.
In addition to specific illusion rooms that let visitors experience mind-altering optics first-hand, the Museum of Illusions Toronto is also home to a vast collection of traditional Op Art prints along with an interactive and selfie-friendly kaleidoscope sculpture. Additionally, the space aims to teach visitors about science, math, and psychology in a fun and engaging way.
Ideal for families, those visiting the city for the first time or as a March Break destination for children's day camp groups, this new art institution is part of a global franchise which has opened its doors in Europe and the United States. The Museum of Illusions Toronto is open from 10 am to 8 pm.
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The Museum of Illusions Toronto Highlights Interactive Art
- By: Jana PijakFeb 28, 2019