Have an amaze-ing time

As fun as it can be to fill your boots with chocolate each Easter, why not burn off a few of those cocoa-induced calories this 2018 and book a trip to The Crystal Maze LIVE Experience?

With two attractions, one in London (The Angel) and one in Manchester, it doesn’t matter which half of the UK you hail from, and as they’re both indoors, the inevitable April showers won’t wreak havoc on your bank holiday weekend plans either.

If you were a die-hard fan of the iconic 1990s show, are loving the latest instalments from Richard Ayoade, or if you just enjoy a challenge, then this is the perfect activity for you. Teams of eight will be led around the maze’s four themed zones – Aztec, Medieval, Industrial and Futuristic – by a charismatic Maze Master (Tip: Befriending them early on is a wise move if you want them to impart their insider knowledge with you).

Inside each zone are different challenges; skill, physical, mental and mystery, and it’s up to your team captain to decide who takes on which challenge, with the ultimate goal of winning a crystal.

Each crystal won means more time in the iconic dome, where the aim is to catch enough golden tickets to bag yourself a spot on the coveted leaderboard.

The whole experience is deliciously daft, frantic and fun. Expect to be crawling, running and even sliding your way around the maze. It’s the ultimate team experience, so gather your friends or family and book your place now.

All visits must be booked in advance by visiting https://the-crystal-maze.com

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