It is the rainy season in Phuket, so it’s not possible to go to the beach, with all the rain, undercurrents and the Portuguese Man o’ War in the water. So what better way to enjoy Phuket then to go around the island and visit a museum like the Trick Eye Museum? We had a fun afternoon there the other day.
What to expect?
The Phuket Trick Eye Museum is located in Phuket Town and is the first Trickeye 3D Museum in the South of Thailand. It’s an interactive Museum where you can literally step into a piece of art.
We spend over an hour or so in the museum. But if you’re with a group of people I can imagine taking pictures will be a bit trickier to squeeze everyone in, and the laughs that come with that will make sure you will spend a bit more time here.
The museum is well maintained and there are a lot of staff walking around who can help you make photos. And the set-up is well done, with making sure the art pieces are not too close to each other, so you have enough space to walk around. Also take note of the small camera’s that are placed on the ground, indicating what is the best place to make a photo.
Definitely a fun day for the entire family or a group of friends, who just want to have a fun time.
Open daily: 10:00am-7:00pm
Last admission at 6:00pm
Thais and residents receive a discounted price. As a resident, you need to show your work permit or a local drivers license (or something similar) to receive the discount.
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