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$25.00 per adult
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6751 Hollywood Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90028-4623
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kandis986 wrote a review Today
Carrollton, Georgia28 contributions
I like the idea of this, but the layout is HORRIBLE! You walk in and there is nothing but 2 huge rooms with designs painted on the floor and walls. It was VERY overcrowded and even more overcrowding to have to share a tiny space with 20 other picture-takers arm length next to you. Some photo shoots were very awkward meaning you had to stoop, kneel, or sit. The cleanliness of the place was just “ok”. It was very hot. There was NO air circulating whatsoever. I couldn’t wait to get out! The good thing was there was a guy (a worker) that was willing to show how to do the poses and take your pics for you. Other than that, I don’t think I’ll be returning.
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BLESSED O wrote a review Aug 2020
1 contribution
It was closed but charged the money off my card refund are reschedule immediately How do u charge Me
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Date of experience: August 2020
Yenyok wrote a review Mar 2020
135 contributions50 helpful votes
We had fun here, is not a 5 star thing but is fun. The line was small and as well the place was clean, some of the pics required you be on the floor. I love the Trump one. some Ilusión make no sense or are hard to see, but either way was fun.
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Date of experience: February 2020
Response from laillusions, Manager at Museum of Illusions
Responded Mar 17, 2020
Hi Yenyok, We are very happy that you enjoyed your experience at the Museum of Illusions. Our illusions cover many topics from cartoon to movies to current events, we have different ones to match everyone's interests whether you're old or young.
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Michael L wrote a review Feb 2020
London, United Kingdom430 contributions87 helpful votes
Thoroughly enjoyable and some great pictures taken both in the Illusions sections and in the Upside Down House. Well worth a visit. Having said this, even with prepaid/booked tickets the queuing arrangemnts for both this line and the much longer queue for 'tickets at the door' visitors is a shambles. Obviously hugely popular but with no time limit for people to spend in the Illusions section, some people are in there for ages. The result is long and sometimes frustrated queues of people as at times, the lines simply do not move - in our case, even with pre-booked tickets, no control over the lines and little information. This attraction needs a better quality of management for both sets of queues. This marred a most enjoyable visit - nevertheless, highly recommended.
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Date of experience: February 2020
N D wrote a review Jan 2020
Waxhaw, North Carolina59 contributions9 helpful votes
Bit hyped up place. Better to book online instead of waiting in line. Sometimes the customer service could be loud as if they are yelling at you.
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Date of experience: December 2019
Response from laillusions, Public Relations Manager at Museum of Illusions
Responded Jan 20, 2020
Thank you for your feedback! It is true, online booking is the best way to go! But we assure you, our employees are never yelling at customers. The elevated volume in their voice is to be heard over the chatter from the crowds.
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