Miami has a new museum that aims to boggle the mind.
Located on Lincoln Road in Miami Beach, The Museum of Illusions has dozens of 3D perspective art paintings, all designed to amaze the human senses while teaching one about perception.
"By illusions we have, 40 different illusions that are inspired by popular culture, movies, TV, cartoons. I mean, we have Aladdin's carpet, we have Donald Trump wiping out on a surfboard, we have a cityscape that looks like you are falling off of a ledge. There are so many different options here," said Marketing Manager, Lionel Rivera.
Unlike other museums, visitors can run, scream, touch exhibits and take as many photos as they want.
Each room is designed by artists from around the world, incorporating scenes from iconic movies like "Indiana Jones" and "Mortal Kombat".
“There’s a Mortal Kombat one that translates really well on photos. It’s really cool, it looks like you are looking right at Sub-zero and you got fireballs in your hands,” added Rivera.
The Museum of Illusions first opened in Croatia in 2015 and became one of the city’s most popular tourist attractions. It’s since expanded around the world in big cities like Los Angeles, New York, Dubai, Berlin and Toronto. Miami marks the third U.S. location for the company.
“I think we came to Miami because we recognize that people in Miami really love the experience of having some really cool memorable photos and having something memorable to take some social media pictures of,” said Rivera.
Click on the video to see the illusions for yourself.
The Museum of Illusions is open everyday from 10am-12am.
For tickets head to miaillusions.com