Trick Eye Museum Singapore

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Timings : 10:00 AM - 9:00 PM
Last admission: 8:00 PM

Time Required : 1-2 hours

Trickeye Museum, Singapore Overview

The Trick Eye Museum is a museum of optical illusions and 4D entertainment at Resorts World Sentosa. Singapore’s first 4D and AR-enabled gallery, this museum hosts six themed attractions that leave visitors gaping in amazement and wonder.

Featuring paintings that create the illusion of size, shape, and location, the Trick Eye Museum Singapore transports visitors into different scenes with backgrounds and skilful art. This interactive museum invites patrons to touch and feel every exhibit. Visitors can become part of the artwork themselves for a truly immersive experience. Get swept away into new dimensions and surreal worlds at the Trick Eye Museum!

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Trick Eye Museum Singapore Ticket Price

There are four entry packages to choose from, that combine the Trick Eye Museum experience with other attractions at Sentosa.

1. Museum admission:
Onsite rates:
Adult (13-59 years): SGD 25
Child (4-12 years): SGD 20
Senior (60 years and above): SGD 20
Family (2 adults + 1 child/senior): SGD 70
Family (2 adults + 2 children/seniors): SGD 90

Online rates:
Adult (13-59 years): SGD 21.25
Child (4-12 years): SGD 17
Senior (60 years and above): SGD 17
Family (2 adults + 1 child/senior): SGD 56
Family (2 adults + 2 children/seniors): SGD 72

2. Trick Eye Museum + Singapore Cable Car Skypass Combo (same day)
Adult (13 years and above): SGD 56
Child (4-12 years): SGD 44

3. Trick Eye Museum + 4D AdventureLand Combob (same day)
Onsite:
Adult (13-59 years): SGD 56.90
Child (4-12 years): SGD 43.90
Online:
Adult (13-59 years): SGD 61.15
Child (4-12 years): SGD 46.90

4. Trick Eye Museum + Madame Tussauds Singapore + Spirit of Singapore Boat Ride + Images of Singapore LIVE + Marvel 4D Experience Combo (same day)
Onsite:
Adult (13-59 years): SGD 67
Child (4-12 years): SGD 52
Online:
Adult (13-59 years): SGD 48
Child (4-12 years): SGD 35

Keep in mind that patrons must first redeem their tickets at Trick Eye Museum before visiting the other attractions.

6 Zones of Trick Eye Museum

World of Masterpieces: This 4D masterpiece takes optical illusions and visual trickery to the next level, with huge sets of everyday items like dining tables, living rooms, and even toddlers – the crazy perspectives are mind-boggling!

Excitement: Get that adrenaline rush and climb glaciers, eat with pandas, swim with sharks, escape from huge vipers, and paraglide with a loved one in this exhilarating experience.

Supernatural: Leave all phobias aside and befriend ghosts on this supernatural adventure. Step into a gipsy’s crystal ball and enter a graveyard in this paranormal experience!

Fairy Tale: Strut into a world of wonder and live the fairy tale life atop Aladdin’s magic carpet! Be part of a rabbit’s tea party and dance on the moon with a loved one, or take a ride with a wolf on a motorcycle!

Fantasy: No fantasy is too far away in this experience, where patrons enter an imaginary world and walk over waterfalls, fly on unicorns, and sit under huge leaves.

Trick World: Ride the Merlion out to sea or dance like a ballerina in Trick World, a photo-op experience where visitors make the impossible possible!

XR Museum App

Singapore’s first AR museum enables visitors to bring the 3D displays to life through the XR Museum App. Download this app and point the camera at the ‘ART’ sticker on prominent trick eye paintings to make them leap off the canvas – watch dragons breathe fire and ships sail through rough seas, and lava spew out of volcanos! Do we even need to mention the Instagram potential?

How to Reach Trick Eye Museum in Singapore

Sentosa Express: From Harbourfront Station and VivoCity, go to Level 3 after Exit E to board the Sentosa Express. Alight at Waterfront Station and walk to Universal Studios Globe. Turn right at the Insadong Korean restaurant and walk to the Museum. The ride takes 5 minutes and the walk takes 3 minutes. A ticket on the Sentosa Express costs SGD 4.

Bus: Bus numbers 10, 30, 65, 80, 97, 100, 131, 143, 145, 166, 188, and 855 ply to VivoCity. Take bus RWS8 from VivoCity or Merrill Lynch at Harbourfront, and get down at The Forum drop-off point. From Level 1, find Insadong Korean restaurant after Din Tai Fung, and walk ahead for 3 minutes to find the Museum. The bus costs SGD 1 per person.

Taxi: The nearest taxi drop-off is at Sentosa Casino, near The Forum. Reach Level 1, turn left, cross Din Tai Fung and turn right to find Insadong Korean restaurant. Walk ahead to find the Museum.

Resorts World Coach: The coach bay drop-off is at the underground car park of Resorts World Sentosa. Walk to Sentosa Casino, enter Level 1 of The Forum, walk past Din Tau Fung and Insadong, and walk ahead to the Museum. 

Car: Drive through Ramp A after entering Sentosa Gateway. Park at B1 East Car Park and follow the signs to The Forum. From Level 1, walk past Din Tai Fung, turn right and walk straight for 3 minutes to the Trick Eye Museum.

Car Parking: Park at B1 East Car Park, in the red or blue lanes. Parking charges are as follows:
Monday – Thursday (excluding public holidays)
7:00 AM – 7:00 PM: SGD 7 for first hour, SGD 1 per subsequent half hour
After 7:00 PM: SGD 6 per entry
Maximum charge: SGD 28 per 24 hours
Friday – Sunday, public holidays:
7:00 AM – 7:00 PM: SGD 8 for first hour, SGD 2 per subsequent half hour
After 7:00 PM: SGD 8 per entry
Maximum charge: SGD 28 per 24 hours
Valet services are available at an additional SGD 3 per vehicle.

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