The exhibition at the museum spans across 400 m2, providing an immersive journey where illusions seamlessly merge with scientific inventions and art. This captivating space combines the realms of physics and optics, presenting them alongside enigmatic works of art and timeless riddles. The educational experience is not only informative but also interactive, offering visitors the chance to engage in activities like painting with light, creating shadows, and exploring the captivating world of the upside-down.
The museum’s commitment to providing a highly educational and entertaining experience is further enriched by the ever-changing nature of its exhibition. With a dedication to continuous improvement, several new exhibits are introduced to the collection each year. This dynamic approach ensures that visitors, whether they have doubts about the workings of specific inventions, a curiosity about art and history, or a desire to deepen their scientific knowledge, will find something new and exciting with each visit.
The museum team, characterized by friendly smiles and a passion for sharing knowledge, is readily available to unravel the secrets of the amazing world of illusions. Whether visitors seek insights into the inner workings of exhibits, wish to delve into the wonders of science, or simply want to capture memorable moments through photography, the team is there to assist and engage.
As the museum team remains dedicated to exploring the ever-evolving worlds of science and art, they continuously seek new artistic solutions to enhance the visitor experience. This commitment ensures that the museum remains a dynamic and inspiring space, inviting individuals of all ages to unlock the secrets of illusions and revel in the marvels of the scientific and artistic realms.
Adults: BGN 23.00
Students, pupils and pensioners: BGN 18.00.
Children (from 3 to 6 years): BGN 9.00.
Family ticket (2 adults + 2 students): BGN 68.00.
Under 3 years: Free
Every day: 10:00 – 20:00