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One of the newest attractions in Hong Kong is Trick Eye Museum, a world-class 3D museum that was first created in South Korea. It features paintings on plain surfaces that magically appear to be three dimensional through the use of optical illusion.
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There are five different zones with more than 70 camera spots where visitors can take photos. You’ll be amazed at the 3D artworks in the museum that completed by Korean artists on-site and by hand, and designed especially for Hong Kong.

As Trick Eye Museum is located at The Peak, one of Hong Kong’s most popular tourist spots, it has quickly become one of the hottest attractions around since its opening in January 2015, and is a great destination for families and couples alike.

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Visitors are encouraged to touch, climb onto and interact with the amazing exhibits, so you can literally enter the paintings and become a part of a masterpiece. It is an interactive museum where everyone can become an actor, a director and a photographer.

The original and multi-dimensional art pieces also utilise Hong Kong’s cultural heritage that capture the unique essence of the city.


Address:
Shop No. 1, Level 3, The Peak Galleria, 118 Peak Road, The Peak, Hong Kong
Website:
www.trickeye.com/hongkong
E-mail:
enquiry@trickeye.hk
Telephone:
(852) 2813 1686
Opening hours: 
10:00 – 21:00 (Last Admission at 20:00)
How to get there:

  • Peak Tram from the Peak Tram Lower Terminus on Garden Road.
  • Bus 15 from Exchange Square bus terminus.
  • Minibus 1 from MTR Hong Kong Station public transport interchange.

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