“One of the best exhibits we’ve ever had.”
“The first exhibition I have seen where ALL ages are engaged equally.”
“Mazes was a hit that our family audience LOVED!”
“It looks great in our gallery and has a lot of fun, interactive features. We are confident that this will be a great exhibit this summer.”
Maneuver your way through this collection of full-body games, 3-D puzzles, and mind-boggling illusions. Conquer puzzling challenges and discover new ways of problem solving around every corner.
Mazes & Brain Games
Engage in critical & creative thinking, and see what makes your brain better at problem solving.
David Anson Russo Maze Art
They’re not just beautiful works of art. They are giant mazes that you can solve!
Brain Prep Station
Why Goofy Animal Pictures? Because happy people are better at puzzles and problem solving.
Floor Tile Mazes
Follow the simple rules to conquer these challenging footpath floor mazes.
Colored Path Maze
Change path color at each white square. Follow the pattern red-yellow-blue. Your goal is the center square!
Senior Puzzle Maze
Travel over and under bridges, and avoid dead ends to reach your goal.
Arrow Jumping Maze
It’s trickier than in looks!
Set your marble on the move in this three dimensional open-ended building puzzle.
Marble Balance Maze
Tilt the table to and fro to avoid the holes that drop you below.
Test your skill at different patterns and levels.
Brain Teaser Puzzles
Try your hand at tables full of mind bending challenges.
Like these tricky Tavern Puzzles.
Think you have what it takes to amaze yourself and your family? This is your chance to create your own maze!
Giant Tower of Hanoi
It’s a mighty endeavor to move this tower. Distribute the discs in the right order to complete the task.
Jr. Music Maze
Grab an instrument and lay down a fresh beat with your friends as you explore this mini-maze.
Navigate an intricate web of ropes in this multi-player full body 3D puzzle!
Get your whole body involved in mastering this maze.
Giant Wheel Maze
Provides sensory and gross motor development.
adds a tactile and fine motor activity.
Continuous Finger Maze
Send your finger on a winding path around around the bend and back.
Double Sided Finger Maze
The solution requires a two-sided strategy.
Maze of Illusions
Step into a world of visual deception. Find out why illusions help us learn how our brain works.
How many yous can you count?
Play with angles of reflection to distort reality in wacky ways.
Mix, reflect, and refract light to learn how our brains perceive the colors of the rainbow.
Which Creature is Bigger
You can’t always believe your eyes. Use tools to help your brain make sense of what you think you see.
Can you trick your brain into turning black and white into a blur of color?
Go on a sense-bending scavenger hunt!
History of Mazes
What’s the difference between a maze and a labyrinth? When and where did they become so popular?
More challenges await in the maze & puzzle library!
Science Museum of Minnesota
North Carolina Mus of Natural Sciences
Arizona Science Center
Science North, ON
Papalote Museo del Nino, Mexico
Museo Laberinto de las Ciencias, Mexico
Adventure Science Center, TN
Children’s Museum of Indianapolis
Saskatchewan Science Centre
Hands On! Regional, TN
South Florida Science Center
Florida International Museum
Midland Center for the Arts, MI
Discovery World – Milwaukee, WI
Reading Public Museum
Connecticut Science Center