India’s gets its first “Museum of Illusions”


I have always been someone who has enjoyed going to the museum. Be it the National History Museum or the Wax museum, Delhi has so much to offer. And to add to this collection comes the distinctive and one of a kind “Museum of Illusions“.

The Museum of Illusion is a unique and interactive concept, which is both entertaining as well as educational.

The optical installations attract not only youngsters but people from all age groups. 


The original Museum of Illusions concept was launched in Zagreb, Croatia in 2015. The museum has been expanding ever since with branches in Athens, Hamburg, Milan etc. India got its first franchise in Connaught Place, New Delhi.

Popular Installations

As you enter the Museum you are greeted by some interesting mind boggling puzzles and the Kaleidoscope. As you venture further, the next installation would be the ‘Following eyes’ which I have to tell you is captivating and absolutely astounding.

Some of my favorite illusions are –

  1. Color Room
  2. Clone Table
  3. Head on the platter
  4. Infinity room
  5. The Vortex Tunnel

With over 50+ Illusions, this place is based on the principles of Math’s, Science and Psychology.

Location and Entry Fees

Address – A Block, A 30-33 1st Floor, Rajiv Chowk, Connaught Place, New Delhi, Delhi 110001

Timings – 11 am to 8 pm

 Price –  ₹590 (for 18 years and above),  500 (for 3 to 17 years old) (Monday – Thursday), 690(for 18 years and above), 550 (3 to 17 years old) (Friday – Sunday). Open on National Holidays too

You can book your tickets online @

Phone: 011-40813301, 011-40813302

I hope you visit this one of a kind place in Delhi. Besides being Instagram worthy, this Museum is fun and absolutely amazing. If you are also looking for some café recommendations in Delhi you can click the button below. You won’t be disappointed!

Hope you enjoyed this short blog. Until then, stay tuned for the next one.


6 thoughts on “India’s gets its first “Museum of Illusions”

  1. Always thought that the place is overrated and the tickets are overpriced. But reading this, I would definitely want to give it a try. Looks to be a fun place.

  2. WOW!!!! this looks LIT
    Definitely my next stop in Delhi next weekend!
    Thanks for revealing this spot!

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