A Maze’N Things is an exciting world of optical illusions, mazes, puzzles and magic. Inside the uniquely designed building, there are Illusions Rooms, a Mirror Maze, the Rotating Room, and a host of other things to enjoy, including the famous LookOut! Slide. Outside there is a mini golf course, high ropes adventure trail and the famous wooden maze.
There is an accessible parking bay immediately to the right of the main entry path. The path to the main door has a slight incline. Entry to the ticket office and cafe is through a wide self opening door.
From an accessibility point of view, Puzzle Island and the Magic Manor are the two most accessible attractions in the theme park. The maze is not wheelchair accessible due to the narrow passage ways and the tight turning circles required to negotiate the maze. The mini golf course has steps and obstacles throughout the course.
With Puzzle Island most of the areas are accessible. The Gravity Room has a steep floor and narrow walkways. The Shrinking Room also has a step floor to create the illusion required.
The rotating room and the mirror maze can be negotiated by wheelchair users.
In the games room most of the activities can be undertaken by people of all abilities. The sudden drop Lookout slide is only accessible by a high set of steps.
Magic Manor is entered through a waterfall. The path is wide, flat and easy to navigate. Along the path to the manor there are several activities. These activities are suitable to people of all abilities. Once inside the manor the area is large and again all activities are accessible to people of all abilities. The time machine is large enough to cater for all types of mobility device. The arcade is wide with all shop fronts and activities suitable to people of all abilities.
The Magic Manor can be exited via the new Carousel. The Carousel has a ramped entry and a designated wheelchair position next to the operator. The ride does involve strobe lighting and rotation. The exit takes you outside and back to the cafe building.
The cafe contains a gift shop with a puzzle and magic theme. The shop is well laid out with good circulation space and shop items on easy to reach shelving. The cafe is on two levels with the lower level and serving area all accessible to wheelchair users. The cafe also contains an accessible toilet facility.