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We adults had fun going through the seemingly endless maze. Kids were following along in another group and they were really having fun with it. Nice lady running the maze attraction!
This is our traditional first stop now. Yes it's fairly small but they let you go in and back and if the kids want to spend more time inside they don't hassle you. It's well done and well maintained and it's cool to see the kids excited about something as simple and old school as mirrors.
Mirror maze was alright, kids enjoyed getting lost between the mirrors. Maximum you could spend in the maze is less than 10 minutes. You go inside and walk through the maze and the next turn you get 3D glasses. Prize is $9.60 per person (including kids).
Our kids liked it, but they made it through the maze twice quickly -- once with 3D glasses (which they thought was cool). The owner told them they could stay as long as they wanted as long as they didn't run. The admission charge seemed reasonable when considering the cost for other attractions in the area.
It was late, it was raining, we had nothing else to do, so this killed some time. Not great but not horrible, though overpriced. No interest in going back to this or other attractions on that same corner (all run by the same person).