Phuket Trickeye Museum Overview

Phuket Trickeye Museum is a fascinating 3D museum and exhibition with about 100 different paintings and sculptures depicting famous scenes from movies. The art gallery featuring 3D pictures and carvings is a whole new world of illusion drawn with trompe-l’oeil techniques meaning ‘deceive the eye’. Phuket Trickeye Museum is an exciting attraction where you can capture many creative photographs.

Phuket Trickeye Museum happens to be a fun-filled interactive exhibition hall that has about 100 different paintings and sculptures that depict a wide range of scenes. It happens to be the very first 3D museum in Southern Thailand and with time it is one of the most sought-after interactive and illusion museums in the world. With Thailand travel packages, visitors can interact and capture truly unique photos using trompe-l’oeil (‘deceive the eye’) techniques. A day at the museum is filled with the ultimate level of madness as you get a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to interact with modern art and get amazed by the brilliance it creates. 

You can share a train carriage with a zombie or even feel like running from the bulls on the Spanish streets. The interactive scenes take the visitors up in the clouds to walk the length of a rickety bridge or come up to fight against Mike Tyson or hang onto a rope being pulled by a helicopter close to a large waterfall. The museum is very much famous for its illusionary scenes that attract visitors from various parts of the world. Heading over to this museum, you will also be able to stimulate your creativity and imagination. You can touch the 3D paintings and have fun with them and engage with modern installation art.


• One of the very first 3D museums and most popular exhibition halls in Southern Thailand.
• Be ready to explore and experience a whole new world of illusion and interactive madness.
• Get a lifetime chance to interact with modern art and get carried away from the brilliance of more than 100 different painted and sculpted creations.
• Get your creativity and imagination stimulated by the TROMPEL'OEIL (deceive the eye) technique.
• Indulge in some of the fun-filled things like crossing a shaky bridge over a cascading waterfall, escaping the sharp teeth of sharks, and many more.

How To Reach

By Tuktuk: You can reach Phuket Trickeye Museum by taking a tuk-tuk from your location in Phuket. Tuttuk happens to be an economical local transportation option. 

By Bus: Songthaews is also considered to be one of the most economical ways to reach Phuket Trickeye Museum at just THB 15 to THB 30 per person.

By Cab: You can reach Phuket Trickeye Museum by booking a private cab or taxi if you are coming from a far off place. This could save a lot of time and also give you a comfortable ride.

Best Time To Visit

The best time to visit Phuket Trickeye Museum is during the late evening when the crowd will be less and you will get more time to explore and click creative photographs. Visit between 4.30-5 pm as the crowd starts to fade away during these last hours of the admission.

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Places to see near Trickeye Museum

1. Patong Beach: Patong Beach is a popular tourist destination in Phuket that is mainly famous for its hemispherical golden beach that is dotted with cafes, shacks and pubs. Patong beach is widely renowned for offering enthralling water sports in the cliffs with crystal clear water.You will truly find the sands shiny adding up to the glamorous views of the coast. During your visit to Patong beach, you should make sure that you indulge in a wide range of exciting water sports like snorkeling, sunbathing, swimming, Hobie cat sailing, jet skiing, parasailing and banana boat ride.

2. Rang Hill: James Bond Island is located on the northern side of Phuket and it is one of the most sought places for capturing the panoramic view of the island.

You will find this place truly tranquilising as it is surrounded by islands, hills, a greenish-blue sea, and a Big Buddha Statue. The island is further dotted with well-designed parks, top-class restaurants and bars, fascinating terraces offering splendid views of the city.

3. Big Buddha: Big Buddha which is situated close to the Nakkerd Hills in between Chalong and Kata is considered to be one of the most significant tourist attractions in Phuket. The statue is about 45 meters in height and stands overlooking Phuket Town, Kata, Karon beaches and Chalong Bay.The statue of white marble is a true delight because of its intricate works of art. During your visit to this place, you must make sure that you enjoy the bird’s eye view of the township and surrounding bays.

4. Wat Chalong: Wat Chalong happens to be the oldest Buddhist temple in Phuket that dates back to the 19th century. The present structure is about 60 meters long guarding a chip of Buddha’s bone.During your visit to this place, you can explore the splendid wall paintings depicting the life history of Buddha and marvel at the gilt covered statue of Luang Poh Cham, Luang Pho Chuang and Luang Poh Gleum.

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 Tips to Visit Phuket Trick Eye Museum :

1.You should put on comfortable shoes as you will have to walk for about two hours inside the museum exploring the attractions.

2. You should not touch the exhibits in the museum as they might get inadvertently spoiled. You should also warn your kids not to touch any paintings.

3. You should carry a good camera with you so that you capture some everlasting memories.

4. In case of any doubts or confusion, you can seek assistance from the guides. 

5. The last entry into the museum is at 6:00 PM in the evening. It would be great if you can reach the museum by 5:00 PM so that you have good hours to explore.

6. Do not carry any valuables to the museum as you are not even allowed to carry water bottles with you.

7. You can have snacks and refreshments at the main entrance of the museum and you are not allowed to carry any food items into the museum.

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3D Museum

3D Museum

The 3D museum in the Phuket Trickeye Museum actually feels like a real gallery that is decorated with exhibits. The walls of the museum are adorned with canvases from various legendary painters like Leonardo Da Vinci, Vincent Van Gogh, Edvard Munch, and Jean-François Millet.You will get to witness a number of hyper-realistic paintings with a 3D touch to them. Apart from spotting old masterpieces, you will also be able to come across some of the new age images while progressing through the vast corridors.

Human Torch

Human Torch

The Human Torch is a popular exhibition that visitors love about the Phuket Trickeye Museum. You will come across a human torch from the comic Fantastic Four and you will have to cool off the touch with the help of an extinguisher.There are many other fun things to do as well like flying a delta plane above Promthep Cape, making an attempt to open a bank safe, and getting punched by Mike Tyson.

Central Museum

Central Museum

When you reach the central part, you will get to enter into some of the movie scenes from adventure and thrillers.You will get to share a cab subway ride with a zombie, get chased by bulls in a Spanish town, stand on a broken bridge above rapids, hang onto a ladder being pulled by a helicopter in front of a huge waterfall and many others.

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Phuket Trickeye Museum FAQs

Is there any dress code at Phuket Trickeye Museum?

No, there is no such dress code at the Phuket Trickeye museum but it is suggested to put on comfortable clothing and footwear as you will have to spend at least 2 to 3 hours walking while exploring the attractions.

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Is Phuket Trickeye Museum worth visiting?

Yes, Phuket Trickeye museum is definitely worth visiting as it gives you some of the best experiences to cherish. You will fall in love with the interactions and illusions.

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Is there any age limit?

There is no age limit for visiting the Phuket Trickeye Museum. It is however suggested to keep an eye on small children and warn them not to touch any paintings and exhibits.

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Is outside food allowed?

No, outside food is not allowed inside the museum premises. As per the rules and regulations, visitors are not even allowed to carry water bottles.

You can deposit all the un-allowable things at the entrance counter. In case you feel hungry, then you savour good food at the eateries close to the main entrance.

Is the Trick Eye Museum Phuket entirely 3D?

Yes, the Trick Eye Museum Phuket is entirely 3D. You will get to witness high-quality interactive paintings and sculptures.

What is unique about Phuket Trick Eye Museum?

Phuket Trickeye Museum happens to be one of the most sought after interactive museums in the whole world that not only stimulates your creativity and imagination but also lets you get amazed by the brilliance of the exhibits. You will have a great time in the museum interacting with more than 100 paintings and sculptures.

Am I allowed to take photographs in the Phuket Trickeye Museum?

Yes, you are allowed to take photographs in the Phuket Trickeye Museum. It is great to carry a decent camera with you so that you can capture good quality images and take them as souvenirs to cherish.

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Phuket Trickeye Museum Reviews

Ketul Acharya
Reviewed: 21 Sep 2022
It was amazing and all the info given was very transparent and the itinerary which took place was the same as it was mentioned on the website and the best part was the cost it was pocket friendly.I would recommend to go with them

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