ARTBOX - TRICK MUSEUM3 KM From the center of Siem Reap
During your visit to The ArtBox Museum you ar waking through a number of different themed rooms with all kinds of drawings that give a 3D experience. You are able to take photo’s and have a lot of fun positioning yourself in the right way. TIP: The ArtBox Museum is a great place to visit during the daytime, when it’s just too hot for any other activity.
Your visit to The ArtBox Museum
Your visit will last not longer than 1 or 1,5 hour. If you have kids, it may take you more time, because children just LOVE this place!
There are around 8 different rooms, some small, some huge, where you find all kinds of theme based drawings on the walls, ceiling and the floor. Taking pictures is the fun part of your trip to the ArtBox. There are around 150 different art works and each one offers a 3D experience. Two times a day there is a special (short) show. In the morning the show starts at 10:00 and in the afternoon it starts at 15:00.
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How to get to the Artbox Museum?
The ArtBox Trick Museum is not very far from the center of Siem Reap. PassApp or Grab will cost you around $2. A tuktuk driver will charge $3 or $4. You can also choose to rent a bicycle for $4 – $6. The ArtBox Museum has security so you can safely stall your bicycle there for 2000 Cambodian Riel.
How much does an Artbox ticket cost?
The entrance fee for the ArtBox Trick Museum is $10 for adults and $6,60 for children. Entrance fee for locals is different. Cambodians pay $5 for adults and $3 for children. There are no extra expenses during your visit at the museum.
What you should do!
Definitly bring your camera, since everything is about taking pictures. Keep in mind that you have to take your shoes of, so if you are uncomfortable walking on your bear foots, you may want to bring a pair of socks. The staf at the ArtBox Museum is very friendly and helpful. Feel free to ask them to take some photo’s.
What you should not do!
Don’t go alone! Beside the fact that you need someone to take the photo’s it’s just not much fun experiencing this alone. Keep in mind that it’s a museum: no smoking, no drinking or eating during your visit. Don’t worry, there is a cafetaria at the end of your route through the museum. We recommend you try the waffels with icecream!