Alive Museum

WARNING: This entry is photo-heavy and contain spoilers of the content of the museum! If you’re thinking of visiting this museum and want to keep the element of surprise, you may want to give this post a miss.

woman in the frame

superhero worship

ballet dancers

mother's lap

mermaid

giant hand

dragon

Merlion hairwash

minivan crash

party zone

party zone

what Steve Jobs sees

nails and claws

Charlie Chaplin's help

upside down kiss

pray to the bald man

run from Hulk

stop the leak

maelstrom

kick in the nose

hanging by a pole

Batman's mouth

hand stand

fall from the wall

would you look at that

angel wings

angel wings

angel wings

acrobats

running from zombies

caught by a cat

rafting

guillotine

fight the samurai

polar bear

doing the split

doing the split

doing the split

street fighter

dreamy paper boat

dreamy paper boat

dreamy paper boat

caught by the collar

ping pong

ping pong

throne

ET eyes

giraffe

giraffe

elephant drawing

fly on a bird

fly on a bird

fly on a bird

waterfall

crocodile hole

crocodile hole

crocodile hole

Alive Museum Singapore

A few weeks ago, we went to check out the Alive Museum, one of the illusory entertainment museums originating in Korea and now starting to open around the world. We’ve never been to one, so we didn’t quite know what to expect, but look at the photos! It turned out to be such a fun outing, even for our dad! The idea behind the museum is that you interact with a variety of clever paintings, art pieces, glasses and mirrors, to create visual effects which make for playful, entertaining pictures! With a pinch of creativity (you don’t need a lot as how to interact with each piece is explained to you) and (ahem) shamelessness, we put on a pair of angel wings, floated on a paper boat, performed gravity-defying hand stands, fought a samurai…

To enjoy this museum to the fullest, you’d want to go with a group of friends and spend at least 1.5 hours in the museum, more if it’s crowded. The ticket would set you back SGD 25 per adult, but you could get a ticket for SGD 20 using their current online promotion. Check the Visitor Info on their website for opening hours and how to get there.

Photos by Arnold Hozana  

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