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Labyrinthia

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Labyrinthia

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Seimsdalen wrote a review Aug 2020
Ardalstangen, Norway34 contributions1 helpful vote
There are actually ony a few interesting/challanging labyrinths. Some others is a lot of walking, but not the types of "finding your way to the goal with a lod of dead ends". There is a house with a lot of games which is nice on a rainy afternoon (but it can become pretty crowded with waiting time), but the labyrints itself were too few and only some were "challanging". Is was not how we had expected it based on the brochures/announcements. Not worth the money we paid.
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Date of experience: July 2020
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Kent S wrote a review Jul 2020
Berlin, Germany24 contributions5 helpful votes
Really well made labyrinth, pretty exiting even with 2 teenagers ๐Ÿ˜ You get a diploma if you find and scan (via your phone and their app) all the points ind 3D labyrinth. Another labyrinth with water, controlable by the app. Really funny, cause you can turn the water on when someone passes a gate ๐Ÿ˜‚ There are 12 gates ๐Ÿ˜ Very good food in restaurent, and also a lot of tables with different games. Both cozy and funny ๐Ÿ˜Š
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Date of experience: July 2020
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Aslaug F wrote a review Aug 2019
12 contributions7 helpful votes
Don't be fooled by the promise of several mazes. There are only 2 which are actually a decent size. Expect to spend a maximum of 2 hours here unless your decide to eat also. We had a teenager and a 5 yr old with us. The large 3D maze was challenging. The water maze surrounded by rose bushes was lovely in the heat and I went bare feet which was nice. The other mazes are ok but nothing special. I feel 90kr for adults was quite expensive as we only saw one person working there manning both reception and cafeteria and there can't be a huge amount of upkeep. It's a good place to visit if you are already in the area but I wouldn't make it the destination goal.
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Date of experience: August 2019
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Karen S wrote a review Aug 2019
London, United Kingdom29 contributions15 helpful votes
We found Labrynthia by chance and were so glad we did! Having done some of the big local attractions with my children (aged 8 and 5), we were looking for something a bit more low-key and this place was a bit of a hidden gem. Located just outside Silkeborg, it is certainly an oddity but a very engaging one! Inside is a small but pretty entertaining games cafe, with around 30 different puzzles set up for all ages. We tried everything form magnetic table football to 3D tetris puzzles and both my kids found loads to entertain them. Outside has 2 good mazes, a fairly tricky 3D one and a water maze, and several less difficult ones including a dog maze! There's also a cafe with reasonably priced snacks, and a puzzle shop. We spent 4 hours there very happily and the kids are still talking about how much fun they had.
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Date of experience: August 2019
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SJLinPSJ wrote a review May 2019
Bath, United Kingdom111 contributions45 helpful votes
What a great place to find. We had a wonderful 4 hours solving the mazes. This is a fun place for young and old. Around the outdoor mazes, there are 6, there is plenty of room for picnics. Inside there is a games and puzzle room, again great idea for everyone to use their โ€˜little grey cellsโ€™ and a refreshing change from phones, iPads and game consuls. Small cafe selling sandwiches, pastries and drinks. We were very fortunate to visit on a day with hardly any other visitors which was super.
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Date of experience: May 2019
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