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Labyrinthehaus Altenburg, Altenburg

(2.4/5 based on 35 reviews on the web)
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  • Because we have wanted an indoor activity in the cold weather, we have three visited the maze. From the outside rather inconspicuous House size suggests a lot... After a friendly introduction, the fun went off. The mazes are very dark and gruselig-so as on the home page describes not necessarily for toddlers suitable if they are quickly scare. With fancy something new to experience really great for adults. They are given much trouble and m.E. create much with little means. It looks like is also extended, come next year still an outdoor to area, we then also like to visit.
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  • I was expecting something more, but perfectly alright. The beginning is pretty simple and it actually not lost. The difficulty rises up to but then towards the end! The maze is not quite creepy. The aisles are pretty tight, could be sometimes difficult for obese people. We were about an hour in the maze. For €11 entry I would have expected a higher difficulty level and a higher fear factor. The House is not signposted and hard to find.
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  • The real surprise for me was that I had with my colleagues around me suddenly just black. We saw nothing, thanks to God so us vosichtig on the walls are not slippery - along and felt within a few minutes as the junior partner of Indiana Jones. When I was suddenly in some soft, I had cardiac arrest! No! Not a monster, what one in the dark but really can imagine, but the soft belly of an other also frightened visitor. Then: hearty laughter and another Member in our adventure team. Actually quite simple in structure, plays the Labyrinthehaus with our feelings and brings us together an adventure to experience how we played as children. The four themes of the mazes are like some kind of test of courage, in the man - if you got - lost for the umpteenth time is only desperate, constantly startled, laughs, lost, battle plan forges and is then really quite proud to have insisted that, if the output is found. Who is getting into it, is right to have fun in the dark and be sure curious, what is the enterprising owner again a drop for the next year. Because the Labyrinthehaus has to change over again and spread in the huge building.
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  • Gruselig, aber teuer
  • Today (17.10.16) were there with our grandson (8 years). Friendly instruction. Very nice facility. But quite difficult to find the 5 stamp, it tried for over an hour but only 3 found. My wife and grandson have given up more. Children who go with me, to be 10-12 years old my opinion at least. Maybe, we get to the second attempt again?
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  • Good idea, exciting for young and old! Very friendly instruction! We come back.
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  • Goods today in the Labyrinthehaus in Altenburg (2 EW and 1 child 11 years old). At the beginning thought we, when we saw the building, where are we going? But after entering the building, we were very pleasantly surprised. A very nice receptionist, that alone explained everything and then went there full of anticipation into the maze and we were not disappointed. Then, 5 stamps had to be found to return as a magician and not as a sorcerer's apprentice. We had a blast and can recommend it any time. Without a flashlight or Smartphone that illuminate the way, it's even more fun!
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  • We went today with my 5-year-old offspring there and report now the following: the reception was very friendly - we found it at last, the fine print on the signs could have been still larger. It started right after a short briefing. After a few metres - the stairs down into the dark was just tears and panic fear. It was over pretty quickly and it went off properly. The attractions were only the most recent busy, for adults, I found it not as creepy. We were done in less than an hour, came out as a magician - then came the first real disappointment. The words of my child "for such a performance from me there should be more like Candy". Many as very sobering probably felt the price. We would do it again all in all, but this time with prepared prices. Absolutely suitable for children with a penchant for the creepy.
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