You will not find “No camera” and “Do not touch” signs here, as Trickeye Museum not only breaks the taboos of ordinary museums, but also encourages visitors to interact with its paintings by touching everything they can lay their hands on and taking as many photos as they can. Each artwork is a challenge to one’s imagination, an unfinished story that can only be completed with visitor’s direct participation. You can try your hand at all kinds of crazy adventures – shark surfing, diving and even get a chance to actually fight Michelangelo’s David!


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The fun does not stop there. Trick Eye Museum ticket also gives you a pass to Ice Museum and Carnival Street! Definitely not a place to miss if you are in Seoul. Awesome photos and fun are guaranteed!

More info: trickeye.com

Befriend a water dragon or…become his lunch

Learn what happens to a goldfish after toilet funeral

Here are some things you can try at the Trickeye Museum: challenge panda in a bamboo climbing competition (not that you have any chances of winning)

Grow a mermaid/man tail and explore the sea floor (may be you can even meet SpongeBob)

Get lost in a Mirror Maze ( 0 days since last escape failure)

Ruin a ballet performance

Take “I am standing next to a statue” picture posing to a completely new level!

Ice Museum

Carnival Street

Art Fighter Game ( We are not resposble for David’s obesity)