Located in the busy Hongdae area, Trickeye Museum Seoul is a great place where you can defy gravity and let your imagination run wild with 3D paintings.
We had lots of fun visiting this museum, and below is my review.
About Trickeye Museum Seoul South Korea
There are six areas with attractive topics such as fairy, love, wild themes, and adventure.
Using three dimensions combining walls, ceilings, and floor, the museum creates works of art that could deceive the eyes – the birthplace of many beautiful and impressive photos.
Unlike traditional museums, there are no signs prohibiting photography or touching the works in the Trickeye Museum.
Instead, you can participate, feel, interact with each other, take pictures, and get inside the frames, artifacts.
Opening hours: 9 am to 9 pm daily (last admission 8 pm)
Tips: Love Museum is a great place to visit after Trickeye.
Trickeye Museum Seoul app
Don’t forget to download the AR Trickeye app, as it gives you a more realistic feel of the different 3D paintings! Also, make sure you have a FULL battery level on your mobile.
Note: There’s free wifi in this museum, so you can use it.
Trickeye Museum Seoul entrance fee
The ticket fee for Trickeye Museum is ₩ 14,300, but you can get it at ₩ 12,800 with Klook!
You can book your ticket in advance here. After purchasing, you will receive a confirmation email immediately.
You can redeem the Klook voucher for your entry ticket by presenting either a printed or a mobile voucher for this activity.
How to get to Trickeye Museum Seoul, South Korea
Address: Seogyo Plaza B2, 357-1, Seogyo-dong, Mapo-gu, Seoul （서울시 마포구 홍익로 3길 20 서교프라자 B2 트릭아이미술관）
The place is easy to find at the busy street of Hongdae near the shopping area.
You can stop at Subway: Hongik University Station (Seoul Subway Line 2), Exit 9. Then, go straight 150m, cross the road and turn left onto Hongik-ro Street.
After that, you continue to go straight 120m and turn right down the second side street (in between TONYMOLY and Holika Holika). Continue going 100m, and the Trickeye Museum will be on your right.
Trickeye Museum Seoul review
I had a blast visiting the Trickeye Museum with my friend.
Although the museum was small compared to Alive Museum in Jeju Island, there was much to see.
We did lots of poses and had fun. I think we took thousands of pictures here!
The museum is definitely worth the money and is best attended during slower times. It took us about 2 hours to see all of the exhibits.
Other museums in Seoul
The Love museum and Ice museum are in the same complex building, and all of them will bring you lots of fun.
Love Museum will make you blush with its quirkiness!
The museum is the first adult museum in Seoul, and it displays sexual exhibitions, including objects and paintings.
At this place, the temperature is always maintained at minus 4 degrees.
There are different exhibitions, such as horse carts, houses, slides. And, of course, everything is made from ice.