Mark your calendar for a night of flavor, fun, and culture at the Museum of Illusions Orlando.
On September 30th, the Museum of Illusions Orlando invites guests to experience Noche de Sabor, or “Night of Flavors,” in celebration of Hispanic Heritage Month. From 6 to 9 p.m., the interactive attraction will throw an exclusive fiesta featuring a live band, DJ, and salsa dancers.
The Wheel at ICON Park will also take part in the celebration. During the event, party guests can take a complimentary trip on The Wheel, which will be lit up in the Museum of Illusions’ signature orange to add to the fiesta. The party continues, and the cerveza is flowing at the cash bar, with passed samples of Hispanic beers for guests to enjoy.
Admission to the party is $35 per ticket; guests must be 21+ to attend. At the event, guests will have the opportunity to donate to the Hispanic Heritage Scholarship Fund, a scholarship program dedicated to investing in the college experience of Hispanic youth in Central Florida.
“Museum of Illusions Orlando is honored to celebrate Central Florida’s diverse culture,” said Marc Gregory Tipton, sales and marketing director. “Guests are going to have an amazing time learning about illusions and Hispanic culture at the same time!”
Treat the educator in your life to a fun trip to the Museum of Illusions Orlando this Teach Appreciation Week from May 2 to 6.
With everything teachers do for our community, the Museum of Illusions Orlando wants to celebrate teachers and give back with our Florida Teacher Complimentary Ticket Program, which is available to all active Florida teachers and professors. They can receive a complimentary ticket to the museum and 10 percent off in the gift shop.
The best part of this deal? It’s available 365 days a year. Teachers can enjoy free admission all year long because teachers deserve more than just one week of appreciation. Eligible teachers can register for their complimentary Florida Teacher Card .
This deal allows teachers to receive up to four complimentary visits per year. The Florida Teacher Card can take up to 2-3 business days to process and tickets must be booked online only with their unique code.
The Museum specializes in “edutainment,” where education and fun intersect. Its collection of optical illusions is based on math, science, and psychology — making it the perfect place for teachers to explore on their own time or bring their class for a unique and interactive field trip.
“Teachers are a vital part of the Central Florida community that Museum of Illusions Orlando calls home,” said Marc Gregory Tipton, sales and marketing manager. “We’re excited to be able to give back to them all year long and we hope to see teachers stunned by our illusions this Teacher Appreciation Week!”
Get the most bark for your buck at Puppy Paw-ty hosted by the Museum of Illusions Orlando at ICON Park on I-Drive.
On April 23, the Museum of Illusions Orlando will once again open their doors to man’s best friend at its fan-favorite event, Puppy Paw-ty. From 8 to 10 a.m. guests can experience the interactive and immerse museum with their furry friends.
What could be better???
Admission to the party is $29.99 per owner, per dog. Tickets are limited, and advance reservations are required to book a time slot. All guests will receive a free return ticket to come back and visit without their four-legged friend.
“Calling all Dogs of Instagram (and their owners) you won’t want to miss this event,” said Marc Gregory Tipton, sales and marketing manager. “We are excited for our 3rd Puppy Paw-ty at the museum. It’s a fun and different experience for dog owners and we love seeing the adorable pups in our illusions!”
In addition to the Puppy Paw-ty, for the entire month of April, the Museum of Illusions Orlando is offering guests the chance to round up their ticket price to donate to Pet Alliance of Greater Orlando for Animal Cruelty Prevention Month. Donations will go towards the charity’s wish lists.
The Museum of Illusions Orlando isn’t your average museum. You won’t find “do not touch” signs, get shushed by curators, or have to follow around tour guides – Instead, it encourages guests to get a hands-on experience and explore all the wonders of the mind throughout more than 50 engaging exhibits.