In the Corridor of Confusion, one of Amazing Chicago's Funhouse Maze’s brain-teasing attractions, decoy doorways send participants in loops around the true path to the maze’s next stage. The entire maze totals 4,000 square feet of strobe lights, puzzles, and minor scares. Meanwhile, narration and interactive games give navigators a peek into unusual corners of Chicago’s history, such as its system of underground tunnels built between the home of every mayor and City Hall.
At their own pace, guests navigate through a classic mirror maze and down tunnels of spinning and dancing lights. Elsewhere, they step into a plunging elevator and brave the Big Squeeze, an intensely narrow hallway whose walls are all desperately trying to hug you. A recreation of the Great Chicago Fire gives visitors the opportunity to stomp out the flames themselves, while a simulated fireworks show concludes the journey with a bang. Located on Navy Pier, the critically-acclaimed indoor maze is open year-round.