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A unique exhibition based on optical illusion. Witness balls rolling uphill in the antigravity room, visibly grow and shrink in the Ames room and be amazed by our interactive optical illusion exhibits, artwork and sculptures, as well as the hologram...more
All reviews anti gravity rainy day great fun mind boggling optical illusion ames room mind bending gravity room all ages worth a visit a lot of fun gift shop kids and adults great little place couple of hours photo opportunities entry fee
Okay I had read the reviews so knew what to expect. It was tricky to find at first due to the Keswick map we used that showed it was the next but one building to King Kong but it was actually further along the shopping...More
This is a interesting place. It was very busy which made it less enjoyable. There didn't seem to be wheelchair or similar access, just stairs to place, be good if they could find way so everyone can go or not struggle up the stairs.
What a wonderful place this is! Very reasonably priced and somewhere to take the family on a rainy day. I took my two children (5yrs and 3yrs) and they loved it. I won’t say much about it other than it was funny, mind boggling and...More
We went mid-morning to visit. It wasn't great weather, so the place was busy. If you don't hurry round, it takes about an hour with a mixture of both static exhibits and interactive ones. A few items needed some maintenance, but mostly in good condition...More
So I’ve been to Puzzling world in New Zealand and the Keswick version is really poor in comparison. As you walk up the stairs to a damp room about the shopping centre, it’s not great first impression. Each illusion is to close to the next...More
This little place is great for spending a few hours ‘thinking outside the box’, or in our case, getting out of the rain!! It is full of everything ‘different’ or unusual, from rooms with uneven floors throwing your sense of balance out to holograms and...More
Visited with two adults (40 + 73) plus one 8 year old and we all had a super time. When I first walked in I thought I've been had here as it looked a little bit naff but after a couple of minutes we were...More