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Magowan's Infinite Mirror Maze, San Francisco

(3.9/5 based on 75+ reviews on the web)
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TripAdvisor
  • Many of the attractions on pier 39 are over priced and touristy, but this one is well worth the $5. You get completely lost in the mirror images.  more »
  • Kids enjoyed it more than me. It's not the largest maze I've been to and we finished it very quickly.  more »
  • My husband and I stumbled upon this attraction when we were walking around the area. It would freak me out to do alone, but since we were together I agreed to give it a try. It''s a reasonable price (...  more »
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  • Price of 5$ seemed a bit steep for something that seemed really small at first, but because we were allowed to continuously go through it, it was fun enough. We went through it once, then went through it backwards making it a whole new experience! The middle -> end part is very confusing and fun!
  • I just love this place. Use groupon for discounts, bring the entire family to figure out who stays :D
  • Me and my brothers got so confused doing it and it was awsome!
  • Definitely something where you get your money's worth if you enjoy the effects rather than desperately trying to solve it in five minutes. To the six year old that told me I wasn't very good at it - my wife said I was the handsomest guy there.
  • It wasn't as big as another maze I went into ( Somewhere around 2500 square feet), but once we paid they let go through as many times as we wanted for free so it was practically infinite in size. I would definitely recommend. (This was over a year ago I'm not sure if they still do this)