In most museums around the world, you have to beware not to touch the artwork. But not at the Trick Eye Museum, Sentosa, Singapore ! At the Trick Eye Museum Singapore, you are encouraged to touch the installation, click photos in them, with them and have a whole lot of fun with art.
The Trick Eye Museum, an artistic space recognised for transforming 2D paintings and sculptures into 3D optical illusions is just the place to stretch your imagination and click them oh-so-worthy instagram shots. Before you throw yourself into the ultimate 3D optical illusion battle at the Trick Eye Museum Sentosa, here are a few things you should know.
Trick Eye Museum Sentosa Singapore - In a Nutshell
Trick Eye Museum Sentosa Timings
Open daily from 10 AM - 6 PM
Know before you go
Best time to visit: Weekdays, Any time of the year as it is an Indoor Museum
Starting Prices for Trick Eye Museum Sentosa Tickets at S$32
Suggested duration: 2 - 3 hours
80 Siloso Road, Southside, Blk B, #01-04, Singapore
Trick Eye Museum Singapore - What it's all about
The word "Trickeye" is derived from the French word - "Trompe-l'oeil" which translates to 'trick of the eye'. The whole intent of the museum is to trick the viewer's eye and stimulate creativity and imagination techniques through one's vision through an array of 2D and 3D paintings, Augmented Reality Features and other artistic installations, specially designed for photo opportunities. So, gear up to let your imagination run free in the museum with over 80 optical illusion art installations. Drench and soak yourself into the exciting lights, sounds and other amazing effects that bring about hyper-realistic illusions.
The Trick Eye Museum Sentosa is divided into 6 themed zones - World of masterpieces, Excitement, Supernatural,Fairy Tale, Fantasy and Trick World.
Where Can I Get Tickets to Trick Eye Museum Singapore?
Trick Eye Museum tickets Singapore come in 3 categories:
- Adults ( 13 years and above)
- Children ( 4- 12 years of age)
- Seniors ( 60 years and above)
Note, the prices onsite are costlier than online, hence it is advisable to purchase your Trick Eye Museum Singapore Tickets online. With Headout, you can plan your trip online and save some precious time of yours!
Top 6 Things to See Inside Trick Eye Museum Sentosa Singapore
World of Masterpieces
This is the very first zone at the Trick Eye Museum Sentosa. This striking zone allows you to discover hidden secrets of the four-dimensional space. Go wild touching and feeling your surroundings! There are a few paintings to enhance the experience as well. Don't forget to check out the magic of Media Art, Ames Room, and, Dining Table while you're here.
Reel in Enthusiasm
Befriend the Supernaturals
Live the Fairy Tale
Muse in Fantasy
Discover the Trick World
Plan Your Visit
Trick Eye Museum Singapore Timings
- The museum remains open every day of the year from 11 AM to 7PM.
- Entry closes at 6 PM
Getting to Trick Eye Museum SingaporeBy MRT
- From Exit E, proceed to Vivocity and proceed to level 3 and board the Sentosa Express. Get down at waterfront station and walk to he Universal Studios Globe. Once you see the Insadong Korean restaurant, walk ahead till you see the Trick Eye Museum.
- 65, 80, 93, 188, 855, 10, 30, 97, 100, 131, 143, 145 or 166 (get down at VivoCity)
- From here, take buses 14141 or 14121 and alight at Resort World Sentosa drop-off point.
- From here, walk along Din Tai Fung and walk straight until you see Insadong Korean restaurant. From here, the Trick Eye Museum is 3 minutes away.
The following bus route takes you to the Trick Eye Museum:
From the Sentosa Gateway, head down Ramp A and follow the signs of B1 East Car Park and park in the red or blue zone. From here, walk towards Insadong Korean restaurant and in 3 minutes you shall reach Trick Eye Museum.
Sentosa FUN Pass
Map of Trick Eye Museum Sentosa Singapore
- Don't forget to download the TrickEye App on your phone before entering the museum. This app enhances your experience with the latest AR technology.
- Arm yourselves with all the cameras you have to capture fabulous photos.
- Look out for the photo points marked on the ground and stand there for the perfect photos.
- Booking Trickeye Museum tickets online is highly recommended to get a better deal than onsite.
Places to Visit Around Trick Eye Museum Sentosa Singapore
Just a short walk from the museum, Sentosa Island is a great place to explore with its many attractions and activities.
Another popular tourist spot in Singapore, Gardens by the Bay is a must-see for its stunning gardens and unique architecture.
For a taste of traditional Chinese culture, head over to Chinatown where you can find authentic food and souvenirs.
Trick Eye Museum Sentosa Singapore Reviews
Absolutely loved our visit, so many fun shots to experiment with and indulge your creative side! However, it is easy to see why a crowded museum with small children running wild would make the experience less appealing. We were lucky, visiting after 5 p.m. by chance and had a blast, Although popular in locations in the East, these types of venues are rare in Europe so we were thoroughly impressed. Give it a try!
Gear up to let your imagination run free in the museum. The Trick Eye Museum, in Singapore, is one of the international acclaimed optical art museums of Korea and is one of the best places to visit in Singapore, that incorporates Augmented Reality features. The feature of AR would help bring the art exhibits to life. Let 3D paintings take a backseat, now with Trick Eye Museum’s personal and exclusive AR features incorporated onto the 80 optical illusion art installations, you can drench and soak yourself into the exciting lights, sounds and other amazing effects that bring about hyper-realistic illusions.
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FAQs: Trick Eye Museum Sentosa Singapore
Trick Eye Museum is located near Universal Studios and Malaysian Food Street.
Inside Trick Eye Museum, you can find plenty of funny, creative and realistic 3D paintings and installations, which are 2D artworks that are made to look like 3D using an optical illusion.
The museum has 2D and 3D paintings as well as installations, specially designed for photo opportunities, which trick the viewer's eye into seeing something else. These installations stimulate creativity and imagination techniques through one's vision.
Upon entering Sentosa Gateway, keep to the left land and head down Ramp A Car Park, and park in the red or blue zone.
Typically we recommend 2 to 3 hours, to experience all the attractions inside comfortably.