Museum of Illusions Orlando Holiday Photo Contest

Museum of Illusions Orlando, Central Florida’s newest mind-bending “edutainment” destination, has been transformed for the holidays offering a fun backdrop to capture Holiday memories. Admission tickets are required to participate.

Guests will find many of the Museum’s iconic rooms, including the Ames Room, Color Room, Reversed Room and Head on the Plate exhibit, which will be reimagined for the Holiday Season. The Ames Room exhibit has transformed to depict the inside of Santa’s workshop; the Color Room exhibit is adorned full of gingerbread cookies; the Head On The Plate exhibit is the focal point of a dinner table decorated in Christmas décor and desserts; and the lobby of the Museum sets the stage with full holiday décor.

Museum of Illusions Orlando Photo Contest:




Visit the Museum of Illusions Orlando for your next Holiday family photo and enter to win $500 in the Best Holiday Photo giveaway. Grab your ugly Christmas sweaters, then bring your family and friends to capture a fun holiday-themed photo in one of the Museum’s interactive exhibits. Enter online and then click on Contest. Must visit and enter before December 21, 2021 (additional rules apply on their site). Votes will be cast by fellow Museum of Illusions visitors between December 22-24, 2021. The winner will be announced on Monday, December 27, 2021.

Holiday Hours (beginning December 1, 2021):

Monday – Thursday: 12:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m.
Friday: 12:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m.
Saturday: 11:00 a.m. – 10:00 p.m.
Sunday: 11:00 a.m. – 8:00 p.m.

Located on International Drive at ICON Park, Museum of Illusions offers over 50 intriguing exhibits and more eye-fooling fun under one roof than any other destination in Central Florida. Guests can take enviable, share-worthy snaps they won’t find anywhere else.

Museum of Illusions’ collection of interactive, immersive and distinctly incomprehensible exhibits are based on math, science, and psychology. Visitors are prompted to learn about the tricks of perception and how the human brain works as they move through each exhibit. Imaginations can run free in the vast expanse of the Infinity Room, defy the laws of gravity in the Reverse Room, and shrink to miniature size in the Ames Room — all while capturing a coveted, baffling photo.

In addition to its core collection, the museum boasts of climate-controlled building, 1-2-hour experience, free parking at ICON Park, and adjacency to food and beverage outlets. Guests can purchase puzzles, mind-tricking games and other souvenirs in the museum’s Smart (Gift) Shop and holiday merchandise, including custom ornaments and shirts, ugly Christmas sweaters and more are also available online.

The museum has a variety of COVID-19 safety measures in place, including face masks while inside the museum, limited capacity, designated time slots, one-way paths through exhibits, ongoing cleaning by staff, and hand sanitizers and wipes for guests.

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