Another destination that you can not miss when you come to Hongdae Trick Eye Museum is Trickeye Carnival Street! After taking thousand of funny photos in the trick eye museum, you can not just go home, but you should visit the carnival street first and try a lot of carnival-style games. The entry for the carnival street is free (it is already included with the trick eye museum's admission fee) but if you want to play the games you have to pay. But don't worry, it's not expensive!
And the first to try is : VR Zone! VR is the abbreviation of Virtual Real. Just like the name, by putting the VR equipment on your eyes and sit on the moving chair, you will be simulated that you are really in the picture you see.
Shoot the dolls!
Show your dart skills~
Mini golf? Why not~
Pick your dolls! Be careful not to drop it off~
After trying the fun games in the carnival street, you can also get your photo in a caricature form~
And you can try hanbok, the Korean traditional clothe!
> Address : #B2 Seogyo Plaza 20 Hongikro 3gil, Mapogu, Seoul
서울시 마포구 홍익로 3길 20 서교프라자 B2 트릭아이미술관 (click here for map)
> Directions :
By Subway : Subway line no.2 Hongik Station (green line). Get out of the subway Exit 9 and walk straight about 151m.Cross the first traffic light towards SPAO and walk towards Hongik University on the left. Make a right turn at Tonymoly corner and walk into the alley straight 105m until you reach the museum.
> Telephone : 02-3144-6300
> Email : email@example.com
> Operating Hours : 9am ~ 9pm (last admission at 8pm)
> Admission Fee (Trick Eye Museum & Ice Museum):
Adults - 15,000won (individual) , 11,000won (group)
Children (under 18) - 12,000won (individual) , 8,ooowon (group)
*For children under 18, age verification is required (passport, student ID etc.)
You can get any discount from trazy.com
> Website : www.trickeye.com (Korean, English, Chinese)