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Imaginarium - 3D Museum of Illusions in Moscow
June 29, 2017 20:19


Immerse yourself in the world of imagination by animating pictures in one of the most unusual museums of Moscow.

If you dream of an exciting and funny holiday in Moscow, we recommend you to visit the museum of 3D-pictures, Imaginarium, which is well-known as one of the largest expositions of three-dimensional paintings not only in Russia, but also in Europe (according to market research data by MResearch in 2017).

All the museum scenery is made in 3D style and creates an illusion of the reality of what is happening.

3D Imaginarium is in the TOP-5 of Moscow's Most Interesting Places according to the ENERGY Radio. This is a unique interactive platform where you can swim with a shark, stroll on a rope stretched between steep rocks, stand on the roof of a skyscraper and even go to the Moon - and all that in just one visit!

Imaginarium is a captivating exhibition of three-dimensional paintings that "come to life" in the camera lens. Moving from one thematic installation to another, the visitors shapeshift into tamers of wild animals, equilibrists, astronauts and characters of their favorite films. They travel to the era of dinosaurs, or to the distant future. When creating images, the state-of-the-art technologies were used, two of which are patented. Super-realistic scenery, competent lighting, thematic props and your own imagination - this is the recipe for incredible photos in Imaginarium!

The best Moscow artists and stage prop masters have tried to convey the most relevant and interesting topics that would be relevant to every visitor. Thus, at the museum of illusions, you can find yourself walking on the roof of the tallest building, taming an enraged lion, flying on a broomstick and taking a picture with the President of the Russian Federation.

Of course, this is not an ordinary museum in the conventional sense. There are absolutely no rules and attributes of a standard museum: you will find neither a boring guide, nor old exhibits "behind the glass", which are not allowed to touch or even take pictures of.

On the contrary, all the 3D paintings presented at the exhibition can and should be touched, since it is one of the Moscow’s interactive museums. All comers can become full-fledged participants of three-dimensional paintings. At the same time, photography is not just allowed, but is a must for creating the greatest presence effect. The museum employs professional photographers who will always help and prompt you the best perspectives for taking pictures.

In Imaginarium you are not expected to follow the rules of silence and quiet behavior. The main guarantee of successful photos and a museum visit as a whole is great mood and a good company!

In total, there are more than 100 amazing paintings in several thematic zones of Imaginarium, such as Extreme, Romantics, Cities, Famous People, and others.

The exhibition is constantly updated, so you will not be bored to visit Imaginarium again and again for taking unique pictures and getting unforgettable emotions.

Where:

Presently there are two Imaginarium museums of 3D illusions in Moscow:

1)      1) in shopping malls of the ENEA (with entrance tickets running from 0 to 350 rubles) at the address of 55, 1st Ostankinskaya Street;

2) Riviera (from 0 to 450 rubles) at the address of 18, Avtozavodskaya Street

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Sources: http://museum-3d.ru http://kudago.com 

Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Imaginarium 3D Museum Interactive Museums Moscow Museums   

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