If you are with children or you just want to have a bit of fun after exploring the world heritage sites of Georgetown then why don’t you spend some time at the Penang 3D Trick Art Museum located in a two story shophouse in King Street.
If you have been to a madame Tussards wax museum and enjoyed it then this interactive museum is for you.
What is a 3d trick art museum?
A 3D trick art museum sets the scene for you with either background pictures painted on the wall or even a set on a stage with the use of the props.
How it gets its 3D dimension is from you. Once you insert yourself into the scene it is you who helps form the illusion a creating a fun picture whether it’s riding ET’s bicycle or dunking on Shaq, Your fancy poses or smiles creates the perfect family photos.
Penang’s 3D Trick Art Museum
Once you have paid your entrance fee you are lead into the virtual world on the ground floor of what rural life is like in Malaysia where people are pulled along by an ox and cart, riding the yellow buses and sleeping in small rural huts
It’s on the second floor though where the fun really begins, the illusions you make of skydiving, being chased by T Rex, crossing a wooden bridge high above an erupting volcano
The scenes cause exciting chatter amongst family or friends on deciding what poses to take, the laughter or smiles that stretch across their faces as they race back to see what the photo looks like. It’s fun and addictive.
The staff were really friendly and they can give you great advice on where you should position yourself in the set to make a better photo. The staff have all been trained to take photos so they are spread out over the galleries to assist you in taking the photo so that all members of the group can be captured in the scene.a
Mykad is for Malaysian or foreigners living in Malaysia
Adults Mykad-RM 15
Non Mykad RM 25
Children Mykad RM10
Non Mykad RM15
Students/ Senior Citizens MykadRM10
Non Mykad RM15
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