Had so much fun with our grandson 5 years old and our 19 year old daughter. The lights were pretty cool and they had fun music...
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We were looking for activities in SF with kids when it was raining outside. All my kids (ages 2-14) enjoyed it a lot. it's a short, funny, uncrowded activity, very suitable for families.
This attraction is only $5 per person, but it's over in about 3-5 minutes. You can go in more than once but once you've done it, it loses its luster.
We were looking to kill some time at Pier 39 and stumbled into this place. At first it seems a little cheesy from the outside, but hey, for $5 bucks, why not? Once into the mirror maze, we actually had a difficult time trying to get thru to the exit. The maze is a little short but some people make it thru quickly while others take 5 to 10 minutes to get to the end. It was very interesting at how easy it was to get lost, persistence eventually pays off. They make you wear paper gloves so nobody smudges up the mirrors. You have to walk with your hands out in front of you so you don't bump your face into the glass. It was definitely worth the $5 bucks.
Can get crowded, good fun but its basically a one trick place. The mirrors make it difficult to know which way to go. Anyone who has seen the movies that use mirrors to create jump scares or creepy moments can pretend to be in character. Its quite disorienting so not for those with balance or perception challenges