SYDNEY MUSEUMS GET MAGICAL ADDITION 

Located in the museum precinct of Sydney, the Australian Museum  of Magical Arts has now opened its doors 

Collections of art and historical relics have attracted the curiosity and desire of discovery for people around the world since ancient times. Museums educate and inspire. They have become a vital institution to the study of the past and a place where people can cure their curiosity and expand their knowledge at the same time.  

When one thinks of visiting a museum, there is the visulisation of an establishment in a large and beautiful building. However, tucked away amongst secret walls and passageways in the tourist attraction part of Sydney, international and local visitors are discovering a new connection to the past. A new museum – one filled with wonder and mystery. A museum of secrecy, its origins from mankind’s very own imagination, a museum of magic.   

The  Australian Museum of Magical Arts takes visitors on a journey back in time and through the ages of sharing historical relics but in a unique way. They are taken on a tour facilitated by a magician, and will feel as if you have entered the mindset of a magician. How a magician looks at a magic trick, how he researches, studies and creates the illusion of wonder. Viewing the art of magic and illusion from a different perspective.

Set within the walls of a magicians  theatre, The Magicians Cabaret, which houses weekly magic shows, you touch, feel, see, even smell the magic. Discover the patterns, methods, sequences and frameworks of how a magician creates magic. Feel like you have become a magician yourself, and surprisingly the wonder and mystery of experiencing magic will not vanish.  

The  museum  of magic tours in Sydney  is a creative and an intellectual expedition that inspires, entertains and may even change the mind’s ability to receives layers of information, interpret patterns and experiences. Discover the wonderful and amazing contributions magicians have made to society, man and woman’s remarkable powers of imagination and high levels of intelligence through the centuries. Visitors discover how magic and magicians have influenced the movie industry, Hollywood, famous actors, wars, science, medicine, art and cultures.  

“The motivation of the museum is to show you the striking power of magic and magicians, to inspire adults and children to have free and creative thought, and to remind you of the importance of imagination.” says creator James Karp, a magician himself. And of course, in the presence of a magician, a magic trick or even a magic show could unfold before your very eyes.  

About Australian Museum of Magical Arts 

Established several years ago, this  museum located in the heart of Sydney’s CBD,  is full of surprise,  wonder and is one of the most bewildering  things on the ‘whats on in Sydney‘ list to do. It receives thousands of visitors from all around the world and all walks of life, thus tours are kept intimate so everyone is up close and personal. Bookings are essential.   

To learn more about and the details of the tours, visit the website here: http://sydneymuseums.com.au/contact/  

Media Contact 

Mr James Carp 

Australian Museum of Magical Arts  

Address:  91 Riley Street, Darlinghurst, Sydney NSW 2010  

Phone: +61 2 92674747  

Email: tickets@themagicianscabaret.com 

Website: http://sydneymuseums.com.au


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