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Museum of Illusions set to open in Atlanta

Do you marvel at optical illusions? Love to solve mystifying puzzles? If so, head to Atlanta’s newest museum to put your brain to the test.

Museum of Illusions Atlanta opens later this week. Located in the heart of Midtown Atlanta in Atlantic Station, the museum offers visitors an interactive and immersive journey through the world of illusions, puzzles and more. With over 80 exhibits to explore, guests can expect to be mesmerized by fascinating illusions, holograms and gravity-defying spaces with educational opportunities at their fingertips.

“After much anticipation, Museum of Illusions is opening in Atlanta in just a few weeks – giving both locals and visitors an unforgettable experience unlike any other,” said Jonathan Benjamin, CEO of Museum of Illusions, and long-time Atlanta resident. “This vibrant city is the perfect location due to its diverse population of families and its easy accessibility from across the region. Our commitment to Atlanta also extends beyond the Museum experience, as it will also serve as the North American headquarters for our company. We look forward to cementing the Museum’s presence as both a prominent local headquarters and as one of Atlanta’s most interesting places to visit.”

With over 40 locations in 25 countries spanning the globe – including New York, Dallas, and Chicago as well as global cities such as Paris, Dubai, Madrid, and Rome, and another five currently under construction – Museum of Illusions stands as the largest chain of privately-owned museums worldwide.

Tickets start at $24 Child (ages 5-12), $29 Adult (ages 13+), $26 Seniors (ages 60+ with ID), $26 Military. Children under 4 get in free. To purchase tickets, please visit Museum of Illusions Atlanta.

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