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L to R: Paradox Sofa Exhibit; Upside Down Room Exhibit.
(Photos Courtesy of the Paradox Museum).
PARADOX MUSEUM SET TO OPEN JUNE 2023 IN LAS VEGAS
Destination Invites Visitors to Defy Reality with Mind-Twisting, Eye-Tricking Exhibits
LAS VEGAS (April 18, 2023) – Paradox Museum Las Vegas – the world’s most extraordinary collection of mind-twisting and eye-tricking exhibits, where nothing makes sense, but everything is real – announces it will open on the Las Vegas Strip in June 2023. The 11,000-square-foot destination will include 90 engaging exhibits combining the fun of exploring brain-bending illusions with the science of paradoxes. The museum will be located at 3767 S Las Vegas Blvd.
Paradox Museum Las Vegas will be more than an entertainment destination. Every exhibit will be interactive, including sensory and educational experiences with information about the exciting science behind its optical and perceptual effects. Visitors will encounter new perspectives along with the opportunity to defy reality and live their own experiences – all while taking unbelievably cool photos and videos.
When it opens, Paradox Museum Las Vegas will feature dozens of stand-out exhibits, including the Upside Down Room. In this space, all objects and people will seem to defy gravity. Guests can strike poses for the camera while radically changing the way they view the world. The Paradox Sofa exhibit will also give the impression of a glitch in the system. Visitors will wonder if bodies are magically split in two or if multiple people are lounging on the couch at once. All exhibits will touch the hearts and minds of those who wish to truly challenge their senses and ways of thinking.
“Meaning ‘contrary to expectation’ or ‘incredible’ in ancient Greek, the word paradox is defined as the opposite of or contradictory to common sense,” said Marc Gregory Tipton, regional sales and marketing manager, Paradox Museum Las Vegas. “Real paradoxes are things that, if true, are false and, if false, are true. Our exhibits will make visitors think again and again about what is real as they question their own reality.”
Ideal for all ages and interests, Las Vegas’s newest and most interactive museum experience will take visitors approximately 60 to 90 minutes to navigate when it opens this summer. Paradox Museum Las Vegas team members will be available to guide guests as they explore elaborate exhibits and puzzling experiences, all while learning about vision, perception and the human brain.
The museum will also include the Paradox Boutique where visitors can purchase souvenirs, games, clothing, accessories and gadgets exuding paradox. The collection of fun, entertaining and educational products has been curated to challenge perspectives to exercise the brain.
Founded by the Paradox Group, the Las Vegas destination joins two other Paradox Museum locations in the United States and five locations in Europe; more than two dozen additional locations are in development through 2024. During construction, it will take seven people approximately three weeks to install the elaborate exhibits.
Pre-sale tickets to Paradox Museum Las Vegas will be announced soon. For more information, visit paradoxmuseum.com.
ABOUT PARADOX MUSEUM LAS VEGAS
Paradox Museum Las Vegas is not just another entertainment venue. The destination will feature more than 90 paradox-based, exhilarating exhibits and will offer more mind-twisting, eye-tricking experiences than any other destination in the world. Guests will learn everything about the exciting science behind paradoxes and discover new perspectives. In addition, visitors will have the opportunity to defy reality and live their own experiences – all while taking unbelievably cool photos and videos. Founded by the Paradox Group, the Paradox Museum is the most innovative and fastest growing company in the “edutainment” industry. Paradox Museum Las Vegas will be a must-see and must-share destination for all ages. It will touch the hearts and minds of all visitors and offer new perspectives and reality-defying experiences. For more information, visit paradoxmuseum.com or follow along on Facebook, Instagram and TikTok.
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