The Museum of Illusions

The Museum of Illusions

If you’re looking for an activity in Tbilisi that is sure to entertain young and old alike, a visit to the popular Museum of Illusions might be just what you’re looking for! Full of optical illusions designed to amuse and amaze, this popular tourist attraction caters to Georgian, English, and Russian language speakers, but is something that can be enjoyed without needing to read a single word.

What is There to See at the Museum of Illusions?

The Museum of Illusions can be found at Betlemi St 10 in Old Tbilisi.

Inside the museum, you’ll find a number of optical illusions including a room in which a curved mirror distorts your reflection; an Ames Room in which you’ll alternately look like a giant or a dwarf, depending on your place in the room; and an antigravity room in which it is difficult to determine whether you’re standing on a flat surface or a sloped one.

You’ll also find an endless room whose space appears to stretch into infinity, a room in which you sit at a table with your clone, one in which you can perch on an illusionary chair, and one where you’re able to swap your nose, eyes, or hair with the person on the other side of the mirror.

These are just a few of the fascinating optical illusions on offer at the museum, and we're sure you'll love them so much that your phone memory will be full after the visit there!

What Makes the Museum of Illusions Special?

In addition to its optical illusions, the Museum of Illusions also has a room packed with educational games and brain teasers designed to entertain children and basically anyone who loves playing games.

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