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Alive Museum Jeju Island - An Optical illusion Art Museum

The Alive Museum is a fun, interactive art museum that allows you to become part of the pieces. With props and 3D painting, you can create the illusion of inclusion. Be eaten alive by Marilyn Monroe, or find yourself on rickety bridge above a terrifying drop. The installations are constantly changing, keeping visitors wondering what they'll see next. It's a wonderful place to go with friends, and will have you clutching your sides with laughter as you see the end pictures.
  • Location: Jeju
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  • Opening time: 9:00 - 21:30 (last admission at 20:30)
Highlights
  • Take part in the whimsy of the Alive Museum
  • Browse through 3D paintings
  • Watch as art installations come to life
  • Admire the lively art
  • Be amazed by the realism
  • Take pictures in whacky scenarios
Tour Options
Notice
Last entrance is 20:30.Tickets can only be used for the date selected.Please print your voucher and show it at the entrance.Free admission for children age under the age of three.

Looking for fun things to do in Jeju? See optical illusion art at the Alive Museum Jeju Island

Watch art come to life at the Alive Museum, where 3D art invites you to join the image and become a part of the piece. This optical-illusion art museum is a playground for shutterbugs world-wide. Props, 3D art and 2D art come together in bringing you into the image. The Alive Museum is the largest optical-illusion-art theme park in the world, with ever-evolving installations that keep visitors on their toes and in the moment. The museum has five fun themes: optical illusion art, media art, object art, sculpture art and provence art. Watch imagination and fantasy come to life before your eyes. The Alive Museum puts the "art" in "participate"; you can feel, touch, and even listen to the art, with some installations equipped with accompanying music. The Jeju Island branch of this artistic hotspot is located at the entrance of the Jeju Tourism Resort. The facilities are 10,000 square metres, with incredibly engaging installations and a beautiful outdoor garden. Some installations are lovely, some scary, and some hilarious. The collection is eclectic, and intrigues all kinds of art-lovers. It is one of the most fun things to do in Jeju.