A world filled with deceptions and tricks awaits you at Vienna city centre. At the Museum of Illusions, a number of visual tricks is ready to mystify its visitors.
Keep quiet, no photos, and certainly don't touch anything – there are no such rules at this extraordinary exhibition. Touching and participating is explicitly desired here. A large part of the exhibits only comes to life in interaction with the visitors anyway. Giants face dwarfs at the Ames Room, bodiless heads are served on silver plates, and a Vortex Tunnel conjures up a merry-go-round in your head. Furthermore, special selfies and other pictures allow you to take a piece of this looking-glass world home with you.
Moreover, you get the chance to train their grey matter with a variety of wooden toys and puzzles freely available to visitors. If you want to buy a souvenir, the museum's shop has all the games as well as smaller illusions and other keepsakes on offer.