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Fun, but very easy to navigate so adults may not really enjoy it (except that when you get onto a wrong idea of where to go in the maze, it's all too easy to perpetuate). Children will have a very good time; obviously they are easy to supervise without needing to go into the maze.
Waste of space. The whole point of a glass maze is that don'.t know where to go. At this one they tell you where not to go with red hand prints on all the walls you approach head-on. There'.s never a good time to go through it either. Either you'.re going to have stupid teenagers trying race through it that shove you out of the way to try and impress themselves/each other/anyone or you'.re going to have some little kid who bumped his head who is crying as it tries to find it'.s way out. If the park won'.t get rid of it, then they should force it to be one at a time.
Its good to do every once and a while since it has no line, but there are just far better things to do. Its a cakewalk as well and its no fun if someone is in front of you.
The Tiki Maze is a quaint little attraction that I love so much. Among the modern thrillers that Canobie has added in recent years is this classic mirror maze. Formerly the Crystal Orbiter, the Tiki Maze (I dont know why its called this because it doesnt really have a tiki theme at all) always is a walk-on. While not as fun as Canobies other rides, I usually go on this many times each time I visit Canobie. All of the mirrors are very clean and the maze is much more challenging than any of the others I have been on. As long as you dont run, you will enjoy it (I have seen children run through the maze and crash into the mirrors).
I usualy enjoy these kind of attractions but this one came up a litle short. Some of the walls i walked into while others were so dirty i wonered how they could have ever been "crystal"
I prefer to call it by its former name, "The Crystal Orbiter", because theres nothing Tiki about it. The Crystal Orbiter is a mirror maze thats housed in a small, round building that used to rotate. Its not that difficult to menuver your way through it, but it is still fun.
Theres a legend about the Crystal Orbiter that tells why it no longer rotates. There was once an old man who used to operate the ride, because he couldnt do much of anything else around the park. Supposidly, when the old man died, the Orbiter stopped spinning. To this day, even with a brand new motor, the Crystal Orbiter will still not spin.
You dont see too many of these anymore. This ones a little dirty, but that didnt stop me from walking head-on into a mirror on 2 occasions.
This maze really isnt that great, the glass is really dirty and it isnt very challenging.
A rarity at many parks nowadays, this mirror maze is the best Ive been on. That being said, it still is a pretty dull attraction in my opinion. All of the mirrors are very clean and therefore make the maze more challenging than others Ive been on. Still, it is a cakewalk, but at least its longer than others Ive been on. With all mirror mazes, this is only somewhat fun if theres no one directly in front of you to ruin the maze. Also, this is always a walk-on.
This thing is a vintage amusement park attraction, the mirror house. Ive never seen something like this anywhere else. Ive actually gotten lost on this once, and not too long ago, cause I made a different turn where the rest of my friends went, and it eventually screwed everything up. Wish theyd clean up some of the trash though, which is why the rating is slightly lower than it would be otherwise.
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