Museum of Optical Illusions Sarajevo, the first one of this kind in Bosnia and Herzegovina, will open its doors for visitors on Wednesday, February 12.
The museum is located in 28 Skenderija Street, and covers approximately 300 square meters, which makes it the biggest museum of optical illusions in the region.
Young artists from the Sarajevo Academy of Fine Arts helped with the decoration.
Visitors will be able to see more than 100 exibits and items from all generations, some of which promote the culture and traditions of Bosnia and Herzegovina and Sarajevo, like a 3D mascot of the 1984 Winter Olympic Games in Sarajevo Vucko, who will be serving Bosnian coffee.
The museum will have an interactive concept, and the goal is to have visitors exploring the unconventional museum rooms on their own.
Among other things, the Museum of Optical Illusions Sarajevo features the Hollow-Face illusion, Ames room illusion, anti-gravity room, RGB lights, UV room, Poker room, Mirascope 3D illusion, Café wall illusion, McCollough effect, Rubin vase, Munker-White Illusion, and many other items.
Entrance fee is set at BAM 12 for adults, BAM nine for children and students, BAM seven for groups, and BAM 35 for families. This package includes two tickets for adults and two tickets for children.