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Tickets are now on sale for “Illusions After Hours,” a one-night-only event in its fifth year, to be held for the first time at Museum of Illusions Orlando. On Saturday, June 12, from 10 p.m. to 1 a.m., ticketed guests 18 years and older can enjoy over 50 Illusions – some themed around Pride — one ride around The Wheel at ICON Park, music, an outdoor cash bar, and much more.

Tickets are limited and advance reservations are required. The price is $32.95 per person. A portion of ticket sales for this event and for Museum sales during the entire month of June will benefit the National Pulse Memorial & Museum.

Can’t make it to the June 12th event? Grab your smartphones, friends and family for enviable shots at the regular admission rate, or make reservations for The Museum of Illusions + The Wheel at ICON Park® combo ticket, the ticket, any day of the week! The price is $39.95 plus tax for adults and $34.95 for children ages three and older, saving the buyer $17 if purchased separately.

Opened earlier this year and located on International Drive at ICON Park®, Museum of Illusions offers over 50 intriguing exhibits and more eye-fooling fun under one roof than any other destination in Central Florida. Guests can take enviable, share-worthy snaps they won’t find anywhere else.

Museum of Illusions’ collection of interactive, immersive and distinctly incomprehensible exhibits are based on math, science, and psychology. Visitors are prompted to learn about the tricks of perception and how the human brain works as they move through each exhibit. Imaginations can run free in the vast expanse of the Infinity Room, defy the laws of gravity in the Reverse Room, and shrink to miniature size in the Ames Room — all while capturing a coveted, baffling photo.

In addition to its core collection, the museum’s climate-controlled building, 1-2-hour experience, free parking at ICON Park®, and adjacency to food and beverage outlets, make it a winning entertainment option for inquisitive minds of all ages. Guests can purchase puzzles, mind-tricking games and other souvenirs in the museum’s Smart (Gift) Shop or online at moigiftshop.com.

Orlando’s newest museum has a variety of COVID-19 safety measures in place, including face masks while inside the museum, limited capacity, designated time slots, one-way paths through exhibits, ongoing cleaning by staff, and hand sanitizers and wipes for guests.

Advance reservations are required. For operating hours and to purchase tickets online, visit https://orlando.museumofillusions.us/. To make group sales reservations, call 386-256-1001. Museum of Illusions Orlando is located at ICON Park™, 8441 International Drive Suite #250 Orlando, Florida, 32819. Stay connected on Facebook and Instagram. @museumofillusions.orlando/ #museumofillusionsorlando

 

 

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