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Museum of Illusions Madrid

  • Duration: 1h
  • Admission to the Museum of Illusions Madrid
  • Access to all installations & rooms
  • Access to the Dilemma Game Room with games, puzzles & more for all ages
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Museum of Illusions Madrid FAQ

Unfortunately, you can’t get in for free, but you might qualify for a Museum of Illusions discount.

If you book your visit with a group of ten or more people, you can save on your Museum of Illusions Madrid ticket. Click here for more information. You can also keep an eye out for exclusive Tiqets deals; you’ll get to see the Museum of Illusions Madrid plus another great Madrid attraction for a discounted price.

There are plenty of unbelievable sights to see during your time in the Museum of Illusions so you’ll want 45 minutes to an hour to really make the most of your visit.

Don't worry, you can make your Museum of Illusions tickets last as long as it takes for you to have your mind blown by everything inside!

The Museum of Illusions Madrid promises enough unexpected backgrounds and countless illusions to keep you snapping for as long as you're inside.

Make sure you charge your phone fully before you flash your tickets, or you'll drain your battery, fast. Be sure to share your photos of the brain-boggling illusions on social, and don't forget to tag us @Tiqets.

The most important thing to bring to the Museum of Illusions Madrid is an open mind, because you won't believe most of what you're looking at.

The museum is wheelchair accessible, stroller accessible and service animals are allowed. It's best not to bring any big bags inside – you will want to keep yourself as free as possible to take (and star in) photos!

Once you have your Museum of Illusions Madrid tickets, the least tricky part of the experience is getting there. The museum is located between Lavapiés and the Puerta del Sol.

Take the Metro and depart at stop Tirso de Molina (line 1). Or take the bus via line 6 or 36. Being right in the heart of Madrid, it's also close to many other attractions that might be on your itinerary.

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About: Museum of Illusions Madrid

The Museum of Illusions Madrid is one of 18 similar museums around the world. It is packed with optical illusions and interactive exhibits for the whole family, with heaps of fun photographic opportunities along the way. It is located in Madrid, Spain.

Friday 11:00 - 22:00
Saturday 09:30 - 22:00
Sunday 09:30 - 22:00
Monday Closed
Tuesday 12:00 - 22:00
Wednesday 12:00 - 22:00
Thursday 12:00 - 22:00
Museum of Illusions Madrid
Calle del Doctor Cortezo, 8, 28012, Madrid
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