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Ultimate Mirror Maze, San Antonio

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  • My teenage son had been exceptionally patient throughout our morning of museum visits so I let him choose an attraction to visit for the afternoon. He picked the Ultimate Mirror Maze. .wow, did he get...  more »
  • You get kind of lost inside, and turned around. You go in one way to another exit to get 3D glasses and are to return to the entrance, but we were unable to find it. This is just okay, but not as expe...  more »
  • My hubby and my two sons 10 & 12 enjoyed our time in the mirrored maze. We had a fewgood laughs and loved the 3D glasses.  more »
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  • It was neat. One time buy lets you run it all day long. But once you've done it once it's not really worth going again. Still fun though, just pricey.
  • Really a lot more fun than I thought it would be. A very intense and well designed set of mirrors in a maze dimly lit (but not scary for the little ones). They have flashing lights that change colors on the floor. You have to find your way from the entrance to the exit and it is more difficult than you would expect. I was VERY impressed by whoever designed and built it. The mirrors REALLY play tricks on your mind. You can go through it as many times as you want for the entire day since they stamp your wrist. Price includes unlimited access to their laser vault where you try and move over and under laser beams without setting off an alarm before getting to the other side. They have a coupon on their website but you have to PRINT it out, they will not take a picture of it from your phone. It's only a dollar discount per person but every bit helps!
  • This is a pretty fun place. But for almost $18 for one person. And it takes about 2 mins to completely walk thru it all. So it's not worth it.
  • We were 4 adults and my expectations were low, but I was pleasantly surprised by how much fun we had going through the maze (twice).
  • First off, I want to explain that I understand that this is a place for children or family. My girlfriend and I went there because she had been there many years ago, and I had never been to a mirror made before. It's really neat for the first minute or so and then it gets boring. You're done with the course from start to finish, then in reverse in about 3 minutes or less. Most of the mirrors had smudges on them from people running into them and children not wearing their gloves, so it's very easy to navigate through. The maze was interesting and was suitably lighted for the setting. The price however is NOT worth the experience. I paid 34 dollars for just my girlfriend and I. When I got home I looked at their website online and there are 2 choices to choose from. The cheaper option at 13.99 includes unlimited access to the mirror maze only. The pricier option, (which is the option I was given at the register) at 16.99 includes the same as the cheaper, as well as, unlimited access to some sort of laser beam obstacle course. Obviously I'm not there for that.. The cashier rang this up without asking me which option I wanted. Seeing how I'm an adult and with a lady I would assume the cashier would automatically think that I would not be interested in the laser beam course. At the very least he should have asked me which option I wanted, because there is no sign with any pricing in the lobby or line area; and seeing how I'm with a woman and no children, I just feel that it should have been common sense. But to be fair, I didn't ask either. I still give this business 3 stars. Only because my girlfriend got to visit an old memory, I got to experience something new, and this establishment is conveniently located on the river walk. Other than that, this course is seriously only worth 3 dollars a person. I personally would have not pay a penny more than that for what I actually got.