A stunning optical art museum has just opened its doors in Zagreb, Croatia and is home to a sensory experience that will leave a lasting impression on its visitors. In addition to educating visitors about the history of Op Art, this institution also plays with one's perception and features visually intriguing elements like upside-down rooms that appear to be floating freely.
Challenging one's mind, Zagreb's museum of illusion is not only cleverly designed but is also experiential and even features a shop that offers souvenirs, 3D lighting products as well as a unique toy range.
Appealing to the senses, this intriguing optical art museum is a must-see for tourists with an appreciation for art and is a spot that will appeal to all ages.
The Museum of Illusions Opens its Doors in Zagreb, Croatia
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