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Why would a a company take bookings for a site that had been closed for remodeling for over 6 months? If that wasn't bad enough, it took 3 emails and copies for the information from Trick Eye's website to get a refund. Let's talk about...More
We didn't even know about existence of this museum. While we were wondering around we came at the entrance and forgetting our age (well over 50!) joined hordes of small and not so small kids. We had to stand in a queue to take some...More
It's a beautiful place. I take it as a place where artists have come together to create fun elements for you. You will certainly admire the art and slowly can click with the masterpieces which takes you in a different world all together. Loved it
We really enjoyed our visit and were suitably impressed by the various photo opportunities! This is so much fun with children, although our 4 year old tested the patience of the detailed poses required! The photo sets are not completely flawless and do require some...More
Eventually found it as it was listed at 3rd floor in the peak shopping centre, which is now a 5d exhibit, we found it by accident after going into the peak tower to look at the view. We had visited the one in manila at...More
My son loves to pose that is why he loves Trick Eye, we have been to different museums like this and he knows how to pose for certain frame.
There is no entrance fee here. there are selected frames where there are an official photographer...More
A little hyped for the kind of place it is. But if you want lovely family pictures of all having fun, this a place where you can get some great ones and remember the laughs everytime you see them. Kids had good fun. Wife was...More
The museum is free to enter, there are 3 areas where the staff take pictures of you, if you want these photos you have to pay at the end. You are free to take your own photos at all the other exhibits though. Not sure on... More
The museum is free to enter, there are 3 areas where the staff take pictures of you, if you want these photos you have to pay at the end. You are free to take your own photos at all the other exhibits though. Not sure on opening days
Response from A560MPlaurenj | Reviewed this property |
Hi I can’t answer your question as to whether it will be open or not. But if it’s not I wouldn’t worry to much. It was a nice surprise when we got up to the top of Victoria Peak but I wouldn’t make a special trip for it.