Spatially, this attraction overall is not very large. From some of the pics I had seen online, I thought it was going to be bigger. This specific location is the 30th of its kind in the world, but you'll notice a Florida spin in at least one of the rooms here. From the moment you make it past the front desk ticket area, the illusions begin immediately, and you are forced to try and break your mind beyond what it wants to, and would normally, perceive. I used to dabble in magic tricks in which I would normally incorporate sleight of hand to pull off some of my unbelievable feats. Similarly, mirrors and camera placement will help you pull off some otherwise physically impossible feats and captured images. There are a few Museum of Illusions staff members on the floor, readily available to explain the purpose of the effect, and will help guide you (and take photos) as you enter each space. The illusions are located in very close proximity to one another, and turning just a few inches to either side will determine which illusion you are experiencing.
With respect to Covid, Museum of Illusions is limiting visitor attendance via timed entry admission. Additionally, they do encourage 1-way direction of foot traffic throughout the attraction. If for some reason the group ahead of you is moving too slow, you can pass them and move on to the next illusion, and at the end of it all if you missed something or wanted to redo an experience, you can loop right back around at the entrance and do it all over again.
We did have a lot of fun. Again, we nearly doubled the amount of time we were advised we'd be spending in there. I think that some advice from us would be for you to really make the most out of each illusion and don't try to rush through anything. Also, leave your pride at the door and really be silly and enjoy yourself. Going through this place with my family, my daughters got a pretty good laugh out of seeing daddy acting a little bit like a child and having fun right alongside them.
I will say there were 2 areas where my motion sickness / vertigo would not let me enjoy. I can't remember the name of the rooms, but you'll know right away if you can or can't do something. For me, there was the one room toward the back left which is slanted: I couldn't figure out the proper camera placement, and seeing my family leaning in an angled room made me just a little dizzy. Then there's this vortex room: my motion sickness friends will recognize this one immediately. My wife and daughters were able to take a photo in this one, but I couldn't handle it. But despite this, we had a very fun and enjoyable time.
Hoping you're able to check this one out. Let us know what you think if and when you go!!