All October long, newly opened Paradox Museum commemorates Las Vegas Pride Month with an exhibit celebrating the LGBTQ+ community. The museum, which opened its doors in Las Vegas over the summer, features more than 90 paradox-based exhibits and offers more mind-twisting, eye-tricking experiences than any other destination in the world.
“Embodying the vibrant spirit of Las Vegas Pride Month, Paradox Museum aims to embrace unity, acceptance and love throughout our exhibits,” says Rob Wilson, general manager of Paradox Museum Las Vegas.
During October in honor of Las Vegas Pride Month, guests can explore one of the most popular interactive exhibits as it transforms with the colors of the LGBTQ+ flag. The Paradox Las Vegas Infinity Well has evolved into a rainbow heart well to inspire love, acceptance and pride. Because of its infinite depth, the Paradox Infinity Well provokes feelings like fear, distress, and even awkwardness, offering an example of how our brains can create false images and deceptive emotions at the same time. Thought it might look like a well, it is actually an infinite series of reflections in an artificially made 40-cm.-deep hole.
Online tickets for adults and children 12 and up are $35; children 4 to 11 are $31; and children under 3 are free. Family four-packs are available for $124. Paradox Museum is open daily from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m.
For more information or to purchase tickets, visit paradoxmuseumlasvegas.com.
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