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DARK MANSION, proudly presents itself as the FIRST Glow-In-The-Dark Museum in Malaysia. The Dark Mansion appears to be one of the trendiest modern art museums as it integrates technology with arts, which then makes it a new MUST-VISIT spot in...more
Hours Today: 10:00 AM - 6:30 PM
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Suggested duration: 1-2 hours
145-153, Kimberly Street, George Town, Penang Island 10100, Malaysia
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A very well-maintained fantasized attraction that has exceeded my expectation. Went on a weekday and was fully escorted by a friendly, patient and professional staff who shared in detailed of every zones.
If you are not a kid but still young at heart, this is a relatively nice place to visit which should not take more than an hour to complete. There are some interesting glow-in-the-dark exhibits which also doubles up at photo-spots where you can take...More
My husband and I decided to pay a visit to the Dark Museum to kill time. Seriously it was an expensive waste of time. Basically a staff member walked us around a blackened out shop area with a few 3D murals painted on the wall...More
It's a 2 storey corner lot shop lot in the town center. There are some arts, mural, flower decoration and 3D arts on the wall and floors. The staff are friendly. However, limited arts and the expensive ticket price is the setback here. Just 20...More
The place has 2 levels. I like the room on 2nd one, that has mirors. Amazing. But I think it is a bit too small. I expected bigger rooms and more arts. The light automatically turns on and off regularly, I presume to help visitors...More
It would have been great if there was more to see in the museum. The ticket was expensive, and it was only 2 levels, and something that can be done in less than 30mins. The glow in the dark effect was nice, but, it is...More