Are you suffering from stress and experiencing a lot of pressure?
It is time to blow off some steam!
At “Smash It!”, we will provide you with plates to write on and decorate to unleash your creativity.
Smash the plates with your stress-filled thoughts, let all of your negative emotions out, and feel happy! The more dishes you break, the better you will feel afterward!
This is the new year to continue those positive vibes that you have been yearning for, this is the year for a better change!
For safety reasons, “Smash It!” room is for teenagers (12+) and adults Only.
You do not need to print the tickets. You call pull them up on your phone.
We are open Every day. Monday-Friday 12pm – 8pm, Saturday 11am – 9pm, Sunday 11am – 8pm. Operations hours can be different.
No. VIP tickets include a photographer that will accompany you during your visit and send all photos to you within 4 days.
There is no time limit. However, visitors usually spend 45-60 minutes at the museum.
Yes. It is a great place for children and adults alike.
Wait times varies. You can expect 10-15 minutes wait during weekdays or non-peak hours. During weekends and holidays, there might be up to 60 minutes wait.
Tickets to the Museum of 3D Illusions are not refundable
Strollers are not allowed inside the Museum of 3D Illusions.
Let the fun begin!
I loved this museum! There are about 40 hand-painted fun murals that you can take pictures with, showing various interesting scenarios and allowing you to strike funny poses and take funny photographs. We did the VIP package which is more expensive, but gives you a dedicated photographer…
My first time here is San Francisco and thought I would check this place out and wow just blows my mind on how creative the 3D illusion paints were. The staff were very friendly and fun and helpful as well on making the photos look amazing. If I ever come back to San Francisco again …
The place is conveniently located between pier 39 and fisherman’s wharf – the magnet of tourist attractions. We were greeted by a friendly host, and were explained how to navigate in the space. If you are not a selfie monster and don’t know how to pose, look out for framed examples ….