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Museum of Illusions Milan

  • Duration: 1h
  • Group of max. 20 people
  • Live guide

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Franco,  Italy Italy
15 Sep 2023
Very funny, interactive and interesting museum. Very easy to get tickets online. However, tickets at 18 Euros are really excessive for a museum requiring not more that
Museum of Illusions Milan
Alessia,  Italy Italy
16 Sep 2023
Very funny experience! All was good. In time, not too crowded. The staff was professional and very kind with us; they also take photos to us.
Museum of Illusions Milan
01 Oct 2023
It’s nice. One hour of visit. I went there already twice. Once with my team from the office. And today with my son and his friend (they are 10) and we enjoyed it s lot. And we have very nice pictures
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About: Museo delle illusioni

The attractions at Milan's Museum of Illusions span over 70 exhibits and cover different fields, including psychology, mathematics, science, and biology. But nothing is as it seems! It's all about the mind trickery in this central Milan location.

Take the whole family and the camera too – there are photo opps galore in here! Milan is the 33rd city in the world to host one of these popular attractions designed for international audiences of all ages. It's located in via Settembrini 11, a few steps away from Milan Central Station.

Museo delle illusioni
Via Luigi Settembrini 11, 20124, Milan
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