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Dogs Are For Spooky Season Too, Orlando’s Museum of Illusions Hosts ‘Puppy Paw-ty’ 2022

Pup-kin spice and everything nice! Museum of Illusions Orlando is bringing back it's popular Puppy Paw-ty just in time for spooky season.


Puppy Paw-ty returns to the popular ICON Park attraction, Museum of Illusions Orlando on October 13, 2022, and for the first time ever, the fan favorite event will be held in the evening, with the attraction throwing open the doors to the interactive and immerse museum from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m.


Four-legged friends, and their humans will have the opportunity to take one-of-a-kind pictures with the immersive and interactive experiences throughout the museum.


There’s no need to use photoshop as the museum has plenty of rooms to make humans and pups appear bigger or smaller, upside down and even multiplied.


“We love having guests bring their dogs in and seeing all the fun photos they take with their pups in our illusions. The photo paw-sibilities are endless!” said Marc Gregory Tipton, sales and marketing director for the museum.


This year’s edition will feature a Halloween-themed experience. Visitors are encouraged to get creative and dress up their canine best friends for the evening’s costume contest. The lucky winner will get $150.



Sponsored by Fairytale Pet Care, Puppy Paw-ty admission is $29.99 per owner, per dog.


Tickets are limited, and advance reservations are required to book a time slot.


All guests will receive a free return ticket to come back and visit without their four-legged friend.


Don’t forget to dress up your pup! Museum of Illusions Orlando is putting the howl in howl-o-ween, with a costume contest at the event. Photos will be judged on the museum’s social channels and the winner will receive a prize of $150.



So, what is Museum of Illusions Orlando?


Museum of Illusions isn’t your average museum, it encourages guests to get a hands-on experience and explore all the wonders of the mind throughout more than 50 engaging exhibits.


Guests can multiply themselves in the Infinity Room, become as big as a giant or small as an ant in the Ames Room, create colorful shadows in the Color Room, and turn upside down in the Reversed Room.


Commemorate your trip with endless photo opportunities.


Friends and family will be left scratching their heads as they view impossible pictures!


For more information visit the museum’s website.



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