Located within Resorts World Sentosa, on the island of Sentosa is the Trick Eye Museum - renowned for using an art technique that turns 2-D paintings into mind boggling 3-D images. Home to around a 100 paintings and exhibits using optical illusions, the Trick Eye Museum is confusing, magical, interactive and fun at the same time. Visitors will be fascinated with how ‘alive’ the paintings found throughout the museums are. The six interactive zones found at the Trick Eye Museum, namely - Mystery, Excitement, Supernatural, Fairytale, Fantasy and Trick World – will trick your camera lens and spark your imagination, no matter how old you are!
Adult (13 - 59 yrs): $ 25.00 Child (4 - 12 yrs): $ 20.00 Senior Ticket (Above 60 yrs): $ 20.00
Daily: 10am to 9pm
Around 2 hours or more
Adults, senior visitors, young adults, families, children
Magic Table, Merlion Boat, Ames Room
There are no known prayer facilities at the Trick Eye Museum. Muslims visiting the attraction will therefore have to locate a secluded area within the attraction, when in need to offer their prayers. There are also a few prayer rooms found at some of the many attractions in Resort World Sentosa and throughout Sentosa Island. One prayer room can be found at Universal Studios, and another at Beach Station.
While those visiting the Trick Eye Museum will not be able to find any food outlets, Resort World Sentosa offers countless options when it comes to Halal food. Visitors can head to Malaysian Food Street, which is located right next to the Trick Eye Museum, to grab a bite, or they can dine at one of the many Halal certified restaurants within the attraction, namely Marty’s Casa Del Wild, Mel’s Drive In, Friar’s, Oasis Spice Café and Goldilocks.