If you love a good maze, or have been told you look at your own reflection too much, you’ll love the newest setup at the Science Centre.
Professor Crackitt’s Light Fantastic! Mirror Maze has to be the most visually pleasing permanent exhibition yet.
But beware–it’s super trippy.
With infinite reflections and endless hallways, the maze promises countless opportunities to get lost!
Explore the various routes to find your way out… if you can.
The psychedelic showcase features 105 mirror cells, and more than 17 interactive exhibits and experiments on light.
There’s also a whole bunch of fake exits and holograms to add to the thrill–or panic–depending on how brave you are.
Still, maybe getting lost isn’t so bad after all, since you’ll get to explore all the “hidden” rooms within the mirror maze.
The rooms house exhibits like crazy kaleidoscopes and a lightning entrapment apparatus.
The brains behind the maze is Adrian Fisher Design, the world’s leading creator of mazes and seven time Guinness World Record holder.
Attempting the maze could be a daunting feat for some, but if you feed off a sense of adventure, you’ll enjoy every bit of it.
There’s a story behind the maze too.
Professor Crackitt, an eccentric, fictional scientist has lost his pet parrot Wattnot in his vast laboratory (read: the mirror maze), and you’re supposed to help him find it.
So make sure you look out for this parrot, even as you tinkle with the whimsical experiments along the way.
It is the Science Centre after all, so be prepared to be tossed nuggets of fun facts about light and reflection!
You’ll surely learn a lot as you go through the life-size labyrinth of mirrors.
Will you find your way through the identical looping corridors, or will you run into yourself on your way out?
Professor Crackitts Light Fantastic Mirror Maze
Address: Science Centre Singapore, 15 Science Centre Road, Singapore 609081
Opening Hours: From 14 June 2017, 10.00 am
Contact no.: 6425 2500
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