College of Magic has its Magical Arts Centre in Cape Town, South Africa It is currently resident in its own premises situated on Lansdowne Road in Claremont Cape Town. These premises were officially opened as the "Magical Arts Centre" (MAC) on 24 February 1995 by the then Department of Arts, Culture, Science and Technology. It houses an extensive collection of stage illusions, magical props and costumes.
The History Museum at the Castle is a local history museum located at 330 East College Avenue in downtown Appleton, Wisconsin 54911. Owned and operated by the Outagamie County Historical Society (OCHS), the museum has previously operated under the names The Outagamie Museum and The Houdini Historic Center.
The Houdini Museum, 1433 North Main Avenue, Scranton, Pennsylvania 18508. It features memorabilia, artifacts, mannequins and films of the master magician. The Houdini Tour also includes a magic show as part of the tour.
King of Magic Museum, Carrer Jonqueres, 15, 08003, Barcelona, Spain. An extension of a shop that opened in 1881, exhibits include pictures and memorabilia associated with illusionists, including Carlston, Fu-Li-Chang, and Horace Goldin.
Museu de Arte Mágica e Ilusionismo João Peixoto dos Santos (João Peixoto dos Santos Magical Arts and Illusionism Museum), Rua Silva Bueno 519 (conjunto 42), Ipiranga, BrasiSão Paulo 04208-050, Brazil.
Rossy Magic Museum, in the Balkans. Founded in 2001, it features the collection of "the late great magician and collector Dezider Repovic." It includes 20.000 articles, 3.000 magic and magician books, including the first Serbian language book about magic. Svetozar F. Ognjanovic, Novi Sad. Magician.
Sveriges Magi-Arkiv is run by magician Christer Nilsson (stage name Christer el Ricco) in Nyköping, Sweden, and is the county's only magic museum.
Teatro Museo El Rei de la Màgia, Carrer de les Jonqueres, 15, 08003 Barcelona, Spain The King of Magic Museum is one of the oldest establishments in the world dedicated exclusively to sale, manufacture and teaching of illusions. In 1881 it was opened by Partagas Catalan Joaquim. In celebration of it 130th anniversary, it expanded to include a theater museum dedicated to the art of sleight of hand and the study and dissemination of illusionism. History and art, nineteenth century ephemera including hand games, posters, photographs of premier magicians, books, pictures, etc. are exhibited. Exhibitions illustrate the history, evolution of magic and its influence on Spain long before "the arrival of Harry Potter to our lives." Magic shows will include important illusionists, such as Micky Xavier Conesa (a/k/a Giro), winner of the 2010 Merlin Award (the 'Oscar of Magic').
Zauberkasten-Museum Schönbrunner Straße 262, Im Hofe, Wien 12, nebst dem Schloß Schönbrunn, Vienna, Austria. The largest magic set collection in the world, with nearly 3000 different magic sets, all from the collection of from Manfred Klaghofer. Some sets date back to the 19th century. The museum is a work-in-progress, stemming from his first collection in the 1995, and he continues to acquire new sets (some costing thousands of dollars) at the rate of two or three per week. He is listed in the Guinness Book of World Records.
Casa Museo de la Magia from "Magics Bufons". Located in Polinyà de Xuquer, Valencia, Spain. It exposes a lot of posters, magic objects and other curiosities, as two pairs of "dressed fleas" or the Venus de Milo carved from a grain of rice. It has two small theaters of magic, which all offer weekend shows. They also have a magic shop.
Houdini: Art and Magic is an exhibition of Houdini paraphernalia and art inspired by him at Manhattan’s Jewish Museum. The show closed in New York on March 27, 2011, and was then displayed in Los Angeles, San Francisco and Madison, Wisconsin.
In 2010, fifteen museums in Singapore cooperated in hosting itinerant magic shows over the entire year.