We had a full day on Jeju Island while on a family cruise in October 2012 and after reading about Jeju's amazing Trick Art Museums, we arranged for our private taxi to include a visit to one.
There are now 2 Trick Art Museums in Jeju, and we went to the newer one in Jungmun (http://www.jejuweekly.com/news/articleView.html?idxno=2672).
There is another museum located in Seogwipo-si.
We each paid our 9,000 won entry fee and then spent about 1.5 hrs interacting with the most amazing art and illusions we have ever seen. We were fortunate that we were visiting on a week day because there were not too many other people in the museum at the same time as us so we were truely able to appreciate everything on display. The museum was full of laughter, giggles and shrieks of delight as we and others would discover incredible art and hidden walkways which took you behind or into artwork and a family member would quickly snap a photo. Some of the artwork had an informative noticeboard near it explaining the best way to add to the illusion and provide the best angles for photos.
We could have easily spent 3 or more hours exploring this amazing place but, unfortunately, we had limited time. We did venture out into the gardens behind the museum where there are yet more pieces of art for you to enjoy and there is a cafe near the exit which has a good selection of food and drinks for sale - try the delicious warm custard tarts.
This museum is a place that appeals to everyone - young kids, friends, couples, & families. My elderly parents thoroughly enjoyed their visit here and so did we all.
If you're planning a visit to Jeju, don't miss this amazing attraction.
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