|Monday||11:00 AM – 5:30 PM|
|Tuesday||11:00 AM – 5:30 PM|
|Wednesday||11:00 AM – 5:30 PM|
|Thursday||11:00 AM – 5:30 PM|
|Friday||11:00 AM – 5:30 PM|
|Saturday||11:00 AM – 5:30 PM|
|Sunday||11:00 AM – 5:30 PM|
This place is pretty neat for how little you pay to get in, fun and quirky things await. You'll go through the tiny door and up a long set of stars, into what looks like the gift shop. There is a counter and you can pay for entry via cash or card, we paid £7.50 for two adults entry. Then you go through saloon doors. Optical illusions playing on your perspective of distance await with three practical areas where you can take some cool selfies, the door one was my favourite! Not fab if you have mobility issues as long stairs with no other option, there is no food and no loos but plenty of cafes around to visit. Great for kids but quite warm as a loft (we visited during the current heatwave) seems to trap heat.
Went in with zero expectations on a rainy afternoon whilst on Holiday. What a pleasant surprise. Great little place to pass an hour or so. Little one and both adults really enjoyed it. Reasonable pricing too. 👍
Exceeded my expectations. Enjoyed all of the puzzles. Being an adult visiting the attraction is better as you get to appreciate the puzzles and the way in which our brains process things. Lots of fun. Took us 1.5 hours do Go round. Can be done quicker but we spent our time appreciating each and every puzzle.
It's a small space but quite fun. We all had a good time and it's worth the price. We have a teenager who is a bit hard to engage at times and he had a lot of fun here. Only 4 stars as some of the exhibits were not working properly.
Pretty good fun visiting here for about an hour, they've got a few illusions on display that I'd seen before, but plenty I'd never seen before. Also a nice collection of holograms on display.
Myself and the kids love coming here and trying to solve the puzzles. We never succeed and have to keep coming back to try again! The shop inside sells some good stuff for kids and prices range from £1 upwards so good for pocket money.
A small puzzle trying to find it (hint, it's upstairs through a doorway between a couple of shops) but a great place to while away an hour or more for kids and adults alike. A few of the exhibits are getting a bit worn but, given the very reasonable entrance fee, that can be forgiven. The puzzles help to educate by trying to explain their scientific basis. My adult son and I had a great time with the large illusions such as the Ames room, sideways room, sloping room and giant chair. They also have a gift shop full of puzzles rather than the usual tourist tat, and even have some puzzles in the entrance area you can play with for free.
A very fun hour to spend inside on a rainy day. The kid loved it all, there is some quite interesting stuff there. Especially for this entry price.
Brilliant place! Been here a few times now & love it every time. Fascinating puzzles & optical illusions. Highly recommend, excellent value for money.
A great way to entertain ourselves for an hour. Some of the exhibits are a little worn, but overall very amusing. We took some great photos to share with relatives back home.
An amazing, mind blowing place! That has you thinking differently, seeing differently and doing differently. It's interactive, imaginative and immense fun for all ages. Definitely worth a visit again and again. No one will be bored!!:)) It's inexpensive and worth every penny!!!
We spent an hour here on a rainy afternoon and were pleasantly surprised! It's not that expensive and the kids found it entertaining. The information given on each exhibit is enlightening and thought provoking. The crown jewel of this place is the impossible room where water flows uphill and you can ride 'uphill' on a sliding chair. The kids found the holograms a bit boring - 15 years ago hollograms still amazed people but in the days of Virtual Reality they just don't cut it. Despite this, good family fun!
Good, cheap. There was a place to put the pram. Pretty interesting and quite fun. Crazy sloping room is super interesting.
Great experience for adults and kids. Cheap entry free. Could do with a bit of a face lift but a great way to pass the time
Far better than I anticipated. Practical exhibition so good for interaction. Fun as well as educational.
We spent an hour here on a rainy afternoon and were please try surprised! It's not that expensive and the kids found it entertaining. The information given on each exhibit is enlightening and thought provoking. The crown jewel of this place is the impossible room where water flows uphill and you can ride 'uphill' on a sliding chair. The kids found the holograms a bit boring - 15 years ago hollograms still amazed people but in the days of Virtual Reality they just don't cut it. Despite this, good family fun!
Fun, and confusing! Great for taking some really wacky photos to show to your friends later, and a really mind blowing experience.
Okay for a wet afternoon, could be a LOT better it was less scruffy and the exhibit signs were better presented. 2nd visit, make it better for next time please!
Inexpensive hour or so's entertainment. Although rather basic I really would recommend a visit. Some of the puzzles gave me brain ache lol. Really enjoyed the room whereby things appear to slide / roll uphill.
A hidden gem with loads of interactive displays and holographic pictures to enjoy. Many of the displays also have a plaque with the history of the puzzle. There is also a gift shop with some unique puzzles available for purchase. Visitors be aware that this attraction is upstairs and there is not a wheelchair accessible entrance.
A fun place to go for about 30 minutes to an hour. Not expensive and good for the brain. Entertaining for children and adults. A very good gift shop located beside it for children.