Having opened in many big cities around the world, the Museum of Illusions has finally opened in Budapest. The idea, showcasing many tricks and optical illusions, belongs to two Croatian architects, and the Hungarian exhibition space can be found near centrally located Deák Ferenc tér. The concept is based on tricking the eye and the brain, and on the power of astonishment. You can turn upside down, become a dwarf, spin around while not moving at all, the experience is simply fascinating. It’s suited for friends, family or couples, or for team building as well. For more information see our article.