Mazes are often used to conceal legendary treasures, such as the free lollipop at the center of every hedge maze or the cache of Jane Eyre fan fiction hidden in every cluttered attic. Unearth tucked-away treasures with today's Groupon to the Ultimate Mirror Maze Challenge and The Vault Laser Beam Challenge located directly across from The Alamo. Choose between the following options:
- For $12, you get two tickets for all-day admission to the Ultimate Mirror Maze Challenge and The Vault Laser Beam Challenge (a $27.98 value).
- For $20, you get four tickets for all-day admission to the Ultimate Mirror Maze Challenge and The Vault Laser Beam Challenge (a $55.96 value).
Children aged 3 and younger receive free admittance.
At the Ultimate Mirror Maze Challenge and The Vault Laser Beam Challenge, visitors outwit mirrors and laser beams inside heart-pumping, life-size puzzles. Within the prismatic halls of the mirror maze, visitors navigate geometric thoroughfares, fighting off rows upon rows of dimly lit doppelgängers to make their way to the exit.
Meanwhile, the vault tests swiftness and agility with bright-green laser beams and a ticking clock, daring challengers to high-step and duck through a web of light without being painlessly zapped. As contestants twist and turn through each labyrinth of fun, they can relish the fact that the interactive puzzles promise unlimited play and less mental anguish and frustration than a life-size crossword.
Terror on the Plaza
Repulsive demons, zombies bearing gory wounds, and other terrifying figures wait behind every corner of visit Terror on the Plaza, a gruesomely detailed, multimillion-dollar haunted house that rises from the mists once a year. Spine-tingling sounds, smells, and other sensations submerge adults and older children in an all-consuming atmosphere of fear through the end of October. The multi-sensory Halloween experience uses sight, sound, smell, and touch to attack senses and conjure life-like scares for brave souls.
A second haunted house, Carnevil, has a more storied past. According to lore, a traveling carnival landed in San Antonio in the 1930s. After slowly being demolished, just one ride survived—and this ride was believed to be cursed. Today, Carnevil brings this sinister mystery into the 21st century. Brave passengers travel through an underground tunnel into an intimidating labyrinth that would scare even the most seasoned goblin king.
a neat experience in the dark with illuminated floor lighting and appropriate music accompanying your journey.Julie F., Yelp, 1/2/12
217 Alamo Plaza
San Antonio, Texas 78205Get Directions