Museum of Illusions
More than 70 exhibits, based on mathematics, psychology, biology and other sciences, invite visitors to test their vision and learn about the human brain and how it perceives. The totally interactive and Instagram-worthy (photos are encouraged) 4,500-square-foot, two-story space in a former bank building includes the Infinity Room, the Tilted Room, the Rotated Room and the Anti-Gravity Room. A playroom challenges young and old minds with teasers, puzzles, knots, tricks and mathematical games.
Hours: Daily 9 am-10 pm
Admission: $19 adults, $17 seniors (62+)/students14-22/military, $15 children 6-13, $53 family ticket