American Dream Announces Stunning New Attraction: The Paradox Museum

Have you ever thought about doing overhead yoga? Or ask a piano to tell you the future?

At the latest American Dream attraction, announced Wednesday, these wacky ideas and more could be possible at the Paradox Museum.

The 11,000 square foot attraction is set to open later this year at the Meadowlands shopping, dining and entertainment complex. In more than 70 exhibits, guests of all ages can see “mind-blowing and deceiving” experiences. They will learn all about the science behind the paradoxes and can take photos so spectacular they seem to defy reality.

“We are providing an experience that will open new vistas and touch the hearts and minds of those who truly wish to challenge their senses,” said Harris Douros, CEO of Paradox Museums. “With the reach of a venue like American Dream, we have a unique opportunity here to engage guests through interactive exhibits and exciting moments of discovery.”

The Paradox Museum is a new global brand which features exhibits designed by an in-house research and development team, according to a press release. They say the vision of the Paradox Museum is to be recognized as the most innovative place in experiential entertainment, anywhere in the world.

“American Dream encompasses big ideas and immersive experiences that inspire the imagination of customers of all ages,” said Don Ghermezian, CEO of American Dream. “We couldn’t be more thrilled to welcome the Paradox Museum to American Dream.”

The Paradox Museum will join 11 other attractions already open at the 3.5 million square foot American Dream, including the Nickelodeon Universe Theme Park, DreamWorks Water Park and the recently opened 300-foot Dream Wheel. A 3D museum, TILT, is a 7,000 square foot attraction that contains 26 illusionist exhibits and opened in April 2021.

Other attractions scheduled to open this year are The Game Room powered by Hasbro and Skip Barber Karting Academy.

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Allison Pries can be reached at [email protected].

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