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Where is Trick Eye Museum Singapore located

Warning: Everything you’ll witness at the Trick Eye Museum Singapore will make you question reality (Or drive you insane!)

Stepping into a 3D art exhibit is a sensory overload! My imagination goes into overdrive, and the next thing I know, I’ve filled my camera roll with thousands of creative snapshots.

But seriously, attractions with 3D installations and backdrop are where I can truly unleash my inner explorer (even if it means acting a little silly sometimes).

Today, I’ll guide you through the 3D activities in Trick Eye Museum that most visitors try to keep secret. Not me, though, because I like this attraction to stay packed with (kids inside adult bodies) explorers!

What are the operational hours of the Trick Eye Museum Singapore?

The Trick Eye Museum Singapore is open Monday through Sunday from 11:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m., with the last admission at 6:00 p.m. 

This gives you plenty of time to explore all the exhibits and capture those Insta-worthy photos.

Where is Trick Eye Museum Singapore located?

Where is Trick Eye Museum Singapore located

The Trick Eye Museum is located on Sentosa Island inside Resorts World Sentosa, on Imbiah Lookout at 26 Gateway, #01-43/4.

How to Get to Trick Eye Museum 

You can reach Trick Eye Museum Singapore via public transportation (MRT, Sentosa Express, and RWS8 Bus) or, more conveniently, a private vehicle.

To begin your journey through public transportation, take the MRT (Mass Rapid Transit) to HarbourFront Station on the North East Line (NEL) or Circle Line (CCL). From there, you can choose from the following options:

If you plan to travel by Sentosa Express to the Trick Eye Museum, alight from the MRT at HarbourFront Station on the North East Line (NEL). Next, head to VivoCity (Level 3) and board the Sentosa Express monorail to Waterfront Station.

From there, it’s just a short walk to the Trick Eye Museum. The estimated fare for the Sentosa Express ride is around S$4.00.

If you want another public ride to the Trick Eye Museum Singapore, you can take the RWS8 bus from the bus stop outside VivoCity (Bus Stop No. 14141) to the Resorts World Sentosa bus stop.

The estimated bus fare is around S$1.00 to S$2.00.

If you’re traveling to Trick Eye Museum Singapore by private car, head to Sentosa Gateway, which is accessible from major expressways such as the ECP (East Coast Parkway) or AYE (Ayer Rajah Expressway).

Once on Sentosa Island, follow signs to Resorts World Sentosa, where ample parking facilities are conveniently located near the museum entrance.

How much is the ticket price at Trick Eye Museum?

The Trick Eye Museum tickets for adults (ages 13 and above) are priced at S$63.90. Tickets for children (ages 4 to 12) and seniors (ages 60 and above) cost S$20.

However, note that the ticket prices are subject to change depending on the type of package you’ll avail of on its official website.

You should keep an eye out for promotions and discounts, especially if you’re planning to visit with a group or as a family. 

Different Zones at the Trick Eye Museum Singapore

The Trick Eye Museum is divided into four themed zones: the Fantasy Zone, the Masterpieces Zone, and the Trick World Zone. Each zone offers fantastic and unique photo opportunities.

The Fantasy Zone features fantastical scenes and mythical creatures that seem to come to life through clever 3D painting techniques. 

Come face-to-face with a mighty dragon.

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Ever wondered what it would be like to stand next to a gigantic, roaring dragon? At Trick Eye Museum, you can do just that.

This exhibit places you in a fantasy scene where you fight dragons. You can pose as if you’re running away, raise your arms in a defensive stance, or take a dramatic step back as if you’re about to flee.

But for an epic and hilarious take, how about challenging a gigantic dragon to a fight? 

You can also roar back to this terrifying creature or act like you struggle to pick up the stuck sword like an Excalibur!

Become a mermaid.

This whimsical exhibit lets you pose as if you have a golden fishtail and are modeling as a beautiful mermaid in an enchanting ocean scene.

Oh, and did I tell you that this is a favorite 3D spot among children and anyone who has ever dreamed of being part of an oceanic fairy tale?

This proves that there are really a lot of people who dream of becoming like Princess Ariel!

Escape the dinosaur’s cage.

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In this scene, you’ll become the dinosaur’s latest lunch (but not really!)

The challenge lies in creating the illusion that you have been playfully snatched by a dinosaur and held prisoner inside the cage.

You can strike a goofy pose, scrunch up your face in mock fear, or stick your arms and legs out comically.

This exhibit is even more fun with two people! One person can be the captured friend, while the other acts as the rescuer, ready to attack the Raptor with a spear.

Ride a white pegasus.

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In Trick Eye Museum, you can act like a fearless rider of a mythical creature–the white pegasus!

Suddenly, you’ll be no ordinary museum visitor but a mythical creature tamer soaring through the heavens.

This gets even more magical with a friend! One person can ride the pegasus, while the other acts as a fellow adventurer, seemingly waving from the ground below with a look of pure admiration.

Meet the mythical Merlion.

What is Trick Eye Museum Singapore without the country’s legendary representation?

The Merlion is a creature with a lion’s head and a fish’s tail. In this scene, it gazes out toward the horizon with a sense of majesty.

Since it’s a powerful symbol of the Lion City, posing with it lets you playfully and interactively connect with the city’s heritage and spirit. 

The Masterpieces Zone presents famous paintings and known interactive performances like martial arts and dances. 

Escape the evil Mona Lisa witch.

Forget the serene smile you know from the Louvre. Here, the Mona Lisa takes on a menacing persona, her once gentle gaze replaced by a wicked glint.

She’s wielding a giant poison, and a bubbling smoking cauldron sits ominously in front of her, ready to boil you as one of the main ingredients.  

Designated spots marked on the floor will guide your positioning for this culinary nightmare.

You can act like you’re cleverly dodging being thrown into the boiling pot by the deranged chef.  

Strike a pose at the Starry Starry Night life-sized painting.

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Have you ever dreamt of swirling through a vibrant night sky alongside Vincent van Gogh’s swirling brushstrokes?

At the Trick Eye Museum Singapore, that dream becomes a reality!

The Starry Starry Night exhibit offers an immersive experience that makes you feel like you’ve stepped into the iconic masterpiece.

With a bit of playful posing, you can actively participate in the painting. Designated markers on the floor guide you on where to position yourself.

Challenge a Shaolin monk to a Kung Fu fight.

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This interactive exhibit isn’t just about admiring artwork; it’s about becoming part of the scene and channeling your inner kung-fu master.

You’ll find a designated area with a meticulously painted backdrop depicting a serene temple courtyard or a dramatic mountain landscape.

Frozen in a dynamic fighting pose, a powerful Shaolin monk stands ready to face your challenge.

You can strike a pose that showcases your best Kung Fu moves—deflecting a flying kick, delivering a powerful punch, or leaping into a high kick.

The key is to get creative and embody the spirit of a skilled martial artist.

Become a ballerina.

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If you’ve ever dreamed of dancing on stage, here’s your chance. The Trick Eye Museum has a stunning 3D-painted scene just waiting for your graceful touch.

With a bit of imagination and the right angle, you can appear to be performing a stunning dance move.

Think about those iconic poses you’ve seen in magazines: point your toes, lift one leg high, and extend your arms for a picture-perfect ballerina silhouette. 

Don’t be afraid to add a touch of drama by tilting your head back and gazing into the spotlight.

The Trick World Zone features optical illusion exhibits and interactive arts that play with your perception.

Do a magic floating trick.

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The Trick Eye Museum Singapore isn’t just about whimsical creatures and fantastical scenes; it’s also about defying reality itself! 

One of the most popular exhibits is the Magic Floating Trick, an interactive experience that will leave you feeling like you’ve unlocked the secrets of levitation.

You’ll find a designated area with a meticulously painted scene, often featuring a cityscape or a cloudy sky.

The 3D artwork creates the illusion that you’re floating in mid-air by carefully placing your body at the designated spots and holding your arms and legs in specific positions.

Do a creative Upside Down pose.

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The Upside Down zone throws physics out the window and challenges you to unleash your creativity with gravity-defying poses. 

In this zone, there’s a room transformed into a surreal scene. The ceiling becomes the floor, furniture hangs precariously from above, and everyday objects defy gravity. 

It’s more fun to strike a pose with a friend in which one person defies gravity while the other acts as a bewildered observer “standing” on the actual floor (now the “ceiling”).

The Supernatural Zone is filled with eerie and ghostly scenes, perfect for thrill-seekers.

Escape the undead.

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This exhibit throws you right into the heart of a zombie apocalypse, where you’ll need all your strength (and some strategic posing) to escape the clutches of the undead.

A rickety wooden door stands in the center, its aged frame barely holding back the chaos beyond. Grotesque hands, some skeletal and some decomposing, claw and reach through cracks and gaps in the door, desperate to get inside. 

Now, that’s some kind of thrilling photo opportunity!

This scene’s interactive nature and adrenaline-pumping theme make it a blast for anyone who enjoys a good scare.

Meet the big baby in the land of giants.

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This scene in The Supernatural Zone at the Trick Eye Museum will make you feel small, literally!

Lush green meadows stretch beneath a clear blue sky, and giant lollipops dot the landscape like oversized flowers. But the show’s true stars are the playful giant babies crawling around. 

With their round cheeks and infectious smiles, these adorable colossuses sit amongst the candy canes, their curious eyes gazing down at you.

Insider Tips:
There’s a lot of walking and standing involved, so wear comfortable shoes to explore the museum with ease.

Enhance your experience with the latest AR technology effects by downloading the TrickEye App. This is available both in Android and iOS.

Avoid peak hours (weekends and afternoons). For smaller crowds, arrive at least one hour before the opening time.

We recommend booking your ticket online to get a better deal and avoid the lines on-site.

These are just a few of the many unique 3D illustrations and photo opportunities you can witness at the Trick Eye Museum Singapore.

A certain giddiness lingers as you leave the place and return to the “real” world. It’s the joy of having experienced something truly unique that sparked creativity and laughter.

You might even look at the world around you with a newfound sense of wonder, noticing the potential for playful illusions hidden in plain sight.