Each guest was given a pair of gloves before entering the maze — a brilliant move that helps keep all those mirrors smudge free.
Several of our kids followed one another through rooms and rooms of the maze, only to realize in the end — when they reached out to touch their sibling — thatthey’d been watching a distant reflection the whole time.
We were concerned that our ten-year-old, who can sometimes be a little claustrophobic, might freak out inside the maze, but he enjoyed it as thoroughly as the rest of the family.
Rescuers are sent in every half-hour to help the hopelessly lost find their way out, but those weren’t necessary for our crew. Like cheese for rats, the knowledge that there was a candy factory waiting on the other side enabled our kids to sniff their way through the maze without any assistance.