Australian Museum of Magical Arts
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The Australian Museum of Magical Arts is set within the secret walls and corridors of The Magicians Cabaret theatre.
The Magicians Cabaret Theatre hosts the remarkable and only Australian museum of magic consisting of a library of magic, a collection of magical paraphernalia and illusions, dedicated to not only preserving the craft of magic and the devotion of magicians to their craft but also for celebrating the inspiration of wonder and human creativity.
As you walk through secret pathways and corridors, you enter the secret world of a magician. The museum not only holds unrevealed plans of illusions, magic tricks and magic shows, films, drawings, patents, letters, literature on magic, inventions by magicians, programs, posters, costumes, but you are allowed access into the magicians back stage. The experience tapestries man and woman’s remarkable powers of imagination and high levels of mindset through the centuries.
You shall discover how magic and magicians have influenced the movie industry, Hollywood, famous actors, wars, science, medicine, cultures and prepare for magic shows. The Australian Museum of the Magical Arts offers a fascinating opportunity to expose oneself to new experiences and explore new things in a rich, creative, educational and inspirational environment.
Through the interactive exhibits and hands-on museum, adults and children have the joy of exploring new and untold curiosities.
The Museum of Magic is located inside the secret walls and passage ways of The Magicians Cabaret Theatre Restaurant at 91 Riley Street Darlinghurst.
Admission (Guided tour by a magician)
Children (under 12; accompanied by an adult) $22
BOOKINGS ARE ESSENTIAL
Duration - 1 hour guide tours.
Monday - 11.30 & 1.30
Tuesday – 11.30 & 1.30
Wednesday – 11.30 & 1.30
Thursday – 11.30 & 1.30
Friday - 11.30 & 1.30
Saturday – 1.30pm
Sunday – 1.30pm
For more information or to purchase tickets, contact the Box Office on 02 92674747 or send an email.
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