More Than An
Entertainment Venue

More Than An
Entertainment Venue

It’s All In The Name

It’s All In The Name

Meaning ‘contrary to expectation’ or ‘incredible’ in ancient Greek, the word paradox has come to mean opposite or contradictory to common sense. Essentially, genuine paradoxes are things that if true, are false, and if false, are true - they make you experience the impossible.

This is who we are and how we came to be. Looking back over our history, a logical response would be ‘but how?’ and yet here we are —> bursting with inspiration, growing in strength, and all-the-while mesmerising audiences across the globe!

It is a Paradox. It doesn’t feel like working really but rather creating, collaborating, exploring, innovating and experiencing the impossible, in an environment that thanks to its people and vibes it "mesmerises" you!

Harris Douros

Paradox Museum is a global brand acknowledged as one of the most innovative spaces in the field of experiential entertainment.

We’re all about creating engaging, fun, and educational experiences that touch the hearts and minds of our visitors; we offer new perspectives that invite you to defy reality and experience the impossible!

A global brand

A global brand

With Core Values


We’re as inclusive as it gets, because we all come as we are, and we welcome you, as you!


Is a state of mind.
For us, it’s homeostasis.


We think like there is no box;
In that non existent universe outside the box; That black hole space where nothing exists, but everything comes to life.


To ourselves,
To you
To each other.


Is our backbone;
We simply can’t live without each other!


We educate.
We entertain.
We make memories.
We give fun!

Miltos Kambourides

Miltos a serial entrepreneur, world traveller, and founder of several successful businesses, including Dolphin Capital Partners, which has raised and managed over €1.2 billion in equity for real estate investments and developments across eight countries.

Sakis Tanimanidis

Sakis is a Greek entrepreneur, traveller, TV host, and producer known for creating and hosting some of the biggest TV shows in Greece. He recently introduced Dragon’s Den to Greece, part of his vision to promote entrepreneurship to the younger generation in his country.

He is the co-founder of Enthoosia, which owns museums in 5 countries, and has invested/founded multiple start-ups in Greece and abroad. He is also known for his adventurous spirit, his traveling ventures and his risk-taking mentality.

Sakis Tanimanidis was born in Thessaloniki in 1981 and has a degree in engineering as well as an MBA from Babson College. He is married to Christina Bompa and he’s a father of twins.

Our People

Our People

Nothing is more important than a great team!

Even though we’re all around the world, at the Paradox Museum we’re one. And everything that we do is a reflection of the care and passion of our people.