Adrian Fisher and his team at Adrian Fisher Design Ltd have just launched their biggest mirror maze concept yet: the themed Mirror Maze Adventure. The first installation is Hannah’s Maze of Mirrors, which celebrated its Grand Opening on 24th October 2012 at the Hollywood Wax Museum in Pigeon Forge, Tennessee.
This Adventure contains an animated pre-show with changing scenery, various mirrored chambers, and a rotating floor at the goal, as well as a large mirror maze in which to get seriously lost. Whichever direction you look, the coloured lighting bathed on distinctive scenery changes and morphs from moment to moment, adding to the disorientation.
“Each of our Mirror Maze Adventures is custom-designed with a specific story, with dramatic features and chambers, ” says Adrian Fisher. “The whole family goes in together, they talk as they go round at their own speed, and for a short while they get seriously lost.”
A Mirror Maze Adventure covering 4, 000 square feet (400 sq metres) can entertain 400 visitors a hour.
“We are thrilled with the design and complexity of the Mirror Maze Adventure and the way the story is carried throughout every aspect of the guest experience, ” says Tej Sundher, owner and operator of the Hollywood Wax Museum and Hannah’s Maze of Mirrors.
“We have seen young children calling for Princess Hannah inside the maze, and we often hear screams of delight as people lose their way, find themselves in a vortex tunnel, and finally claim the King’s bejeweled crown. We appreciate that Fisher and his group considered every detail to make the Adventure both operationally efficient and challenging but fun for the customers.”
For further details see www.mirrormaze.com or email: firstname.lastname@example.org.