I’ve heard good things (and seen the photos) about Trick Eye Museum, both in Korea and Singapore, so when the opportunity came to visit Trick Eye Museum Singapore, I jumped at it. They recently renewed some of the artworks and introduced new themed zones to keep the experience interesting.
The museum features 80 3D art paintings and optical illusions installations, all of which look amazing in photographs. For the uninitiated, Trick Eye refers to an art technique that turns 2D paintings into 3D images using optical illusions. This is how the walls, floors and ceilings “come alive” through the lens of your camera.
Unlike all the other museums I’ve visited, photography is greatly encouraged for you to have all the fun you want. Lighting is good at Trick Eye Museum Singapore and I found taking photos rather easy and no flash is required.
Trick Eye Museum Singapore offers six interactive zones that covers the themes of Mystery, Excitement, Supernatural, Fairytale, Fantasy and Trick World. My personal favourites were the Ice Cliff Climbing, Levitation Slippers and Volcano. Check out the photos below!
I enjoyed the experience at Trick Eye Museum but it can get rather crowded during peak hours. That’s when you risk photo-bombers in your shot. So go early, and you get to avoid the crowd and take nice photos along the way. 😉