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Alive Museum

Source: hubei.gov.cn

Alive Museum is South Korea's first gallery specifically dedicated to trick art and optical illusions. It has eight museums in South Korea; there are also museums in Thailand, Vietnam, Turkey, and Singapore. The branch in Wuhan is the flagship museum for Alive Museum in China. The number of visitors has been steadily increasing since the museum opened its doors in March of this year.

Each of the three floors has its own theme and style. The first floor showcases classic paintings, fantasy works, and Lilliput scenes. The second floor is home to the maze, acrobatics area, and aquarium. And, the third floor features themed adventure pavilions, such as the Jurassic area and the extreme sports area. At this museum, visitors can experience optical illusions and the unique atmosphere of the Korean art world without going abroad.

Specialty treats:

Walking stick-shaped ice cream

If you have been to Insadong in Seoul, maybe you have seen the walking stick-shaped ice cream which has become very popular in recent years.

The Dino Cafe is on the first floor of Alive Museum; here, you can buy the delicious walking stick-shaped ice cream for RMB 8.

Ice cream eating contest

Every weekend, from July 1 to August 31, from 4:00 P.M. to 6:00 P.M., an ice cream eating contest will be held every hour on the hour. Five competitors in a group, who are allowed to compete and eat for free, compete in the contest; the fastest competitor will win a free ticket to the museum.

Venue: Alive Museum (爱来魔相艺术馆)

Add: 59 Chu River and Han Street (楚河汉街59号)

Tickets: Special prices for adults $58, students $48, children $38

Tel: 68781386