A new attraction will come to American Dream later this year with the addition of the Paradox Museum, offering more than 70 mind-bending, eye-tricking exhibits.
While the May 4 announcement from the Meadowlands mega mall didn’t specify what those exhibits will be, the two Paradox Museum locations in Oslo and Stockholm could provide clues: an infinity room full of mirrors where one person turns into dozens, a piano that plays itself, objects that look different from one angle to another.
Visitors can learn the tricks behind each paradox and take visually defying photos.
“We offer an experience that will open up new perspectives and touch the hearts and minds of those who wish to truly challenge their senses,” said Harris Douros, CEO of Paradox Museums. “With the scope of a venue like American Dream, we have a unique opportunity here to engage guests through interactive exhibits and moments of thrilling discovery.”
Paradox Museum joins several other attractions throughout the 3 million-square-foot American Dream, including the recently opened Dream Wheel and TiLT Museum, and other attractions like DreamWorks Water Park and Nickelodeon Universe Theme Park.
Paradox Museum is set to open in late 2022. No official date has been announced yet.
“American Dream embraces big ideas and immersive experiences that inspire the imaginations of guests of all ages,” said Don Ghermezian, CEO of American Dream. “We could not be more excited to welcome Paradox Museum to American Dream.”