Penang Time Tunnel
The Penang Time Tunnel is tucked in a row of shophouses along Jalan Green Hall in Georgetown. It focuses on the history of Penang Island, which dates back to about 400 years ago.
The Penang Time Tunnel has a spectacular display of 2D and 3D mural gallery, an anti-gravity photography section and an intriguing 3D Fluorescent Dream World. On the ground floor, visitors would initially pass eleven tunnels that track the history of Penang from 1592 up to 1786. On the first floor, there is the 3D Fluorescent Dream World, 3D mural gallery and the anti-gravity room.
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Monday: 9:15 am – 7:30 pm (Last admission at 6.30pm).
Tuesday till Friday: 9:15 am – 7:00 pm (Last admission at 6pm).
Saturday, Sunday & Public Holidays: 9:15 am – 9:00 pm (Last admission at 8pm).
Adult: RM 16.
Child (5 – 12 years old): RM 8.
Student (with valid student ID): RM 11.
Adult: RM 29.
Child (5 – 12 years old): RM 16.
Student (with valid student ID): RM 16.
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The whole tour around the museum will take you about approximately 1 hour but if you are going to take perfect photos and when it is crowded, it would probably take you longer. I would say it is a place worth visiting especially you can enjoy the mural art indoors. =)
The Penang Time Tunnel is home to 11 historical tunnels, Memory Lane, 3D Mural Art Street and Anti-Gravity section. The time tunnels take you back 400 years in time to 1592 to the present.