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Alive Museum Tickets

Discover an immersive world of wonder at Alive Museum Seoul, where art comes alive and imagination knows no bounds. TicketsToDo provides admission tickets to Alive Museum. Children aged 0-3 can enter free. Book Tickets Online & Save.

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Last Updated: 21st May 2024
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Opening Hours:

Monday 10:00 AM – 6:00 PM
Tuesday 10:00 AM – 6:00 PM
Wednesday 10:00 AM – 6:00 PM
Thursday 10:00 AM – 6:00 PM
Friday 10:00 AM – 6:00 PM
Saturday 10:00 AM – 6:00 PM
Sunday 10:00 AM – 6:00 PM
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Highlights

  • The museum is known for its interactive artworks that lets visitors become a part of the art. You can pose, interact, and engage with the art installations, creating unique and fun photo opportunities.
  • The illusion rooms are designed to play with perspective and create mind-bending effects. Visitors can enter these rooms and appear floating in mid-air, defying gravity, or experiencing other surreal scenarios.
  • The museum typically features a variety of 3D murals and paintings that appear to pop out of the walls when viewed from a specific angle. These murals often create the illusion of depth and dimension.
  • Mirror rooms use mirrors strategically to create infinite reflections, making it seem like the space extends infinitely in all directions. This can result in visually captivating and disorienting effects.
  • Alive Museum often organises exhibits into themed zones, each with a different concept or story. These zones might focus on fantasy, adventure, nature, or even famous works of art reimagined playfully and interactively.
  • The museum showcases various optical illusions that challenge your perception. These illusions can trick your brain into seeing things that aren't there or perceiving movement in static images.
  • Some exhibits might include oversized props you can interact with. These props can be used creatively in photos, making it seem like you're interacting with giant objects.
  • Alongside the fun and entertainment, some museum sections also incorporate educational aspects, explaining the science behind certain optical illusions or artistic techniques.
  • Some Alive Museums have started incorporating augmented reality technology, allowing visitors to use their smartphones or provided devices to enhance the interactive experience even further.
  • The museum is designed to be highly Instagram-worthy, with many installations specifically crafted for taking selfies and sharing them on social media.

What To Expect

Situated in the heart of South Korea, the Alive Museum stands as a testament to the fusion of art, technology, and imagination. Visitors are transported into a world where art comes to life and reality bends in mesmerising ways as you step inside.

Visitors can journey through themed zones, each presenting a different artistic concept and narrative. The museum's hallmark is its interactive artworks, inviting you to become an integral part of the art. Pose with, touch, and even become one with the exhibits, creating awe-inspiring photo moments that defy the boundaries between reality and illusion.

One of the most enchanting features of the Alive Museum is its illusion rooms. These spaces manipulate perspective and depth perception, making you appear weightless, defying gravity, or surrounded by surreal landscapes. The clever use of 3D murals adds another layer of intrigue, as paintings seemingly leap out from the walls when viewed from a specific angle.

Stepping into the mirror rooms is a journey into infinity. Mirrors multiply the space, creating mesmerising reflections that stretch beyond the physical room's limits. These rooms play with the concept of infinity, both visually and conceptually.

The Alive Museum also introduces visitors to a world of optical illusions that challenge the mind and eyes alike. These illusions can trick your senses into perceiving movement in static images or seeing objects that aren't there. It's a playground for the brain as much as for the eyes.

The museum has embraced technology, with some installations incorporating augmented reality (AR) to enhance the interactive adventure. Visitors can use their smartphones or provided devices to bring specific exhibits to life in ways that go beyond the physical boundaries of the museum.

In addition to its mesmerising art displays, the Alive Museum is home to Seoul's indoor attraction: the Dynamic Maze. Navigate through intricate clues, decode enigmatic puzzles, and tackle a spectrum of challenges that range from the easily conquerable to the exhilaratingly difficult.

The Dynamic Maze promises an immersive adventure that will test your intellect, wit, and teamwork skills as you strive to emerge victorious from the labyrinthine mysteries. Don't miss out – secure your tickets today and dive into a world where imagination knows no bounds!

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Know Before You Go

Entry & Services: 

  • Children aged 11 and below must be accompanied by a paying adult during the entire visit.
  • You can show the Alive Museum e-ticket at the entrance.
  • Not wheelchair accessible
  • (Dynamic Maze) Children below the age of 13 must be accompanied by their guardians.
  • (Dynamic Maze) A minimum height of 110cm is required to participate in the excitement.
  • (Dynamic Maze) Specific encounters might offer restricted access to older adults, expectant mothers, or individuals with disabilities. Please verify with the staff in advance.

How To Use

  • You can present your ticket as a printed copy or a mobile e-ticket. Choose the format that is most convenient for you.
  • Your Alive Ticket is only valid during the specified period mentioned in the selected package. Make sure to check the dates and times of validity to plan your visit accordingly.
  • You can enter directly with your ticket. There is no need for additional validation or check-in procedures.

Location

12 Insadong-gil, Jongno-gu, Seoul, South Korea.
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FAQs

  • Where can I purchase Alive Museum Seoul entrance tickets in advance?

    You can purchase your Alive Museum  Seoul entrance tickets in advance at TicketsToDo. Booking tickets in advance helps you skip the lines and ensure a smooth entry.

  • Where is the Alive Museum located?

    The Alive Museum is located in Seoul, South Korea. The address is 12 Insadong-gil, Jongno-gu, Seoul.

  • What can I expect to see at the Alive Museum?

    Visitors can expect to see a variety of interactive artworks, illusion rooms, 3D murals, mirror rooms, and themed zones. The museum uses perspective tricks, mirror effects, and augmented reality to create captivating visual experiences.

  • Can I take photos inside the museum?

    Yes, photography is generally allowed inside the museum. In fact, the museum is designed to be highly Instagram-worthy, with many exhibits specifically crafted for taking creative and fun photos.

  • Are there any age restrictions for the museum?

    The Insadong Alive Museum is suitable for visitors of all ages. It's a family-friendly attraction where both children and adults can enjoy interactive exhibits and optical illusions.

  • Are there any additional attractions besides the art exhibits?

    Yes, besides the art exhibits, the Alive Museum features a dynamic maze that offers engaging puzzles and challenges. Visitors can opt for a combo ticket to experience both the art museum and the maze.

  • How long does it take to explore the museum?

    The time to explore the museum can vary. On average, visitors spend around 1 to 2 hours exploring the different installations.