All things Niagara Falls tourism…
As Sue mentioned, there is a new attraction under Burger King called The Crystal Caves. If you’ve been, let us know what it’s like…
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Tags: adventure, burger king, Clifton Hill, crystal caves, maze, mirror
This really came out of nowhere. Now there are two mazes on one small street.
Dan you are correct but this is more of a All year round Maze where the Mystery Maze is more weather permitting. Wonder if there is some type of theme to this place for examply the Mystery Maze is sort of Medievel. Has anyone been in there? Opinions?
The lettering style looks a bit like the Indiana Jones Crystal Skull lettering.
I love this place. It is a mirror maze and it looks so cool inside. It is almost scary. As you walk through it is easy to startle yourself with your own reflection! Very easy to find your way out although for a minute or two you think you never will.
I am 16, and i need a job , i would love to work here
its so awsome ahha i got lost with my friend and i found the exit first XP , i saw my friends reflecion and i ran to it thinking it was her XP. and i banged my face into a mirror its worth going to!
how much is it for teens 16 to 18
this was so fun!its worth goi9ng to!i kept banging into my own reflection.i was scared at first but when i got use to seeing my reflection everywhere i looked it got really fun.i love the song they play when your in the mirror maze, mn in the mirror by micheal jackson.there is only one scary part when the song is over you hear glass break.its scary for me because im only 12 but,i still give it two thumbs up!
i just called and got the pricing
Kids 12 and under: 6.95.
You can also get coupons for 1.00 off adult price and .50 off kids price…coupons can be picked up lots of places on clifton hill or online.
We had so much fun in here! I didn’t think a house of mirrors could be so entertaining and confusing. It wasn’t that easy to find your way through. And you really have to watch you don’t walk right into a mirror. –keep your hands out in front of you–
Sure wouldn’t want to have to clean those mirrors everyday.
We entered the Crystal Cave with our three daughters age 1, 4 and 7 during March Break 2011.
The name does not give the attraction justice. It was not actually a cave at all but more a Taj Mahal of “endless hallways”.
Whoever designed and built this thing was very good with Math!
The concept is simple yet it really puts your senses to work and the children were laughing and squealing with delight. Even we adults had a great time in this house of mirrors.
They ask all visitors to wear disposable plastic gloves and for good reason – the place is exceptionally clean because of that policy.
People of all ages will immensely enjoy this attraction in Niagara Falls.
THIS. IS. S–T! i wasted my money on it and i could have done something 10 TIMES BETTER! people it’s SUCH a money grab, it’s not even worth it!
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My wife and two daughters went in and they hated it. They were scared that they wouldn’t be able to find their way out. They were the only ones in there and when they couldn’t find their way out, they panicked a bit (especially my 8-yr-old daughter). They were in there for maybe five minutes and they hated every second of it. They said it was “bad scary” and not fun at all. And it’s an expensive four minutes ($26 ish, including the coupon discounts). So — thumbs way down.
I would suggest to ALL the people who complain about falling for overpriced attractions to research them a little more there are definitely reviews on almost everything out there. And pretty much everything in Niagara Falls is Overpriced. And I am sure everyone has an opinion on weather and attraction, restaurant, hotel etc is a waste of money or time.
Went for the first time this summer, and had a wicked time! I’m an adult and did it with other adults, and we all agreed it’s surprisingly some of the most fun you can have at Niagara falls. Starts out fun, quickly gets confusing, finally scary, then HUUUUUGE relief when you find your way out.
I’ve done both of those mazes (Mystery Maze, outdoor wooden wall maze, and Crystal Cave, indoor mirror maze). The mirror maze (Crystal Cave) was awesome and well worth the price. Mystery Maze totally sucked and I was mad after paying the price and walking through the stupid maze. The outside presentation was such that they painted the backside of a motel to appear as if the maze was inside there. Once you go in, you realize it was a ruse, and the actual maze is set inside a short alley beside the motel.
So, the mirror maze Crystal Cave was indeed the highlight of our trip, along with Maid of the Mist and the outdoor kart-racing place nearby. Definitely give a thumbs up to Crystal Cave!
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