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Western Europe‘s First Museum of Illusions Opens in Barcelona

Museum of Illusions in Barcelona
Photo taken by bestmuseum.net/en.  Museum of Illusions in Barcelona

Museums of illusions are popping up all over Europe. The inhabitants of Saint Petersburg and Moscow have already come to appreciate such museums which display arrays of optical illusions, and now, a museum of the same kind has been opened in one of Europe‘s most visited cities – Barcelona.

In the new Museum of Illusions, visitors will be able to not just see the paintings of Pablo Picasso, Salvador Dalí or Fransisco Goya, but also to become a part of them. Visitors will also have the opportunity to “sail” on the Titanic, play among gigantic objects and imitate an escape during a zombie attack.

The museum is a contemporary 3D picture gallery that was created by artists from all over the country. Unlike in most other well-known museums of the world, here you’ll be able to take as many pictures as you like, and in the photographs, visitors of the museum will often look as if they’re in the middle of an action or fantasy movie.

In the age of social networks and selfies, such a conception of the museum is highly attractive, as in this day and age, taking pictures has become almost mandatory. The most important thing here is to provide a wide selection of images so that everyone would be able to find something they’d like to be photographed in front of.

The museum, located at Carrer del Pintor Fortuny 17, is a worthy addition to Barcelona’s already long list of tourist attractions. Tickets cost €10 per person.

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