Museum of Illusions
Time Out says
In the strange summer of 2020, Madrid welcomed the opening of the Museum of Illusions, where nothing is as it seems. Some rooms are upside-down, others appear to shrink just when you look at them, there are never-ending corridors, rooms where gravity is out of whack, and even a vortex tunnel. The Museum of Illusions has opened doors in more than 18 countries around the world, giving visitors a fascinating visual experience that's also educational, with a myriad of optical illusions that are real puzzles to behold. Some are as well known as the Rubin vase, the kaleidoscope or the 3D stereogram, but there are also newer ones to discover and boggle the mind. Believe us when we tell you that your eyes will not believe what they think they are seeing.
Doctor Cortezo, 8
|Transport:||Tirso de Molina (M: L1)|
|Price:||€12 (reduced €9); ages 5-12 €9|
|Opening hours:||Mon, Tue closed; Wed-Fri noon-10pm; Sat 10am-10pm; Sun 10am-9pm|