4 reasons to check out the new Museum of Illusions at Atlantic Station


Our brains are always attempting to make sense of the world before us.
But scientists over the years have created optical illusions to throw those senses off and make us question our ability to discern reality. This was the basis of the Museum of Illusions, which started in Croatia in 2015 and has now expanded to 44 cities worldwide, including Atlanta, which is the largest to date at 10,000 square feet.
Opened earlier this month at Atlantic Station on a second floor space, the local version has more than 80 different illusions, holograms and goofy visual tricks, often featuring mirrors. It’s open seven days a week with adult tickets starting at $29. It should typically take 45 minutes to an hour.

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