Welcome to Wanaka’s wonderful world of weirdness!
For over 45 years Puzzling World has been baffling brains in the Great Maze and challenging reality in the Illusion Rooms.
Take amazing photos, enjoy the Puzzle Centre, café and gift shop and visit New Zealand’s most incredible public toilets! Offering a great day out for all ages, Puzzling World provides affordable, world-unique entertainment making it a “must-see” addition to your NZ itinerary.
ACTIVITY AGE INFORMATION Ideal for all ages. Please supervise children in the illusion rooms.
Illusion Rooms PLUS Great Maze: Adult $25, Child $18 (Child is 5–15 years)
FAMILY DEALS Very affordable family activity.
Illusion Rooms PLUS Great Maze: Family Pass $77 for 2 adults and up to 2 children.
Child rate applies up to the age of 15. Family, Group and School Concession Rates available.
EXTRA STUFF Themed toilets and free to use puzzle centre on-site. Snack shop with hot and cold drinks and ice cream. A must-visit for the family, this is educational, very interactive and above all, lots of fun for all ages!
Kids always have a great time here (as well as big kids at heart!) so we welcome kids parties and offer a large reserved booth in our Puzzle Centre and special rates on admission and kids snack packs.
Contact us to discuss how we can make your child’s day extra special or check out some of our birthday party deals here >>
ANNUAL PASSES >> PURCHASE HERE
We have launched our multi-entry “PUZZPORT”. Visit us often with visiting family or friends? Want to join your kids on a rainy day in our Illusion Rooms without paying full price each time? – then this is for you.
Just $55 for an Adult or $39 for Children (5-15) gives unlimited access for the cardholder for 12 months.
Order on-line or in the shop to recieve your passport to Puzzling fun!!
PUZZLING WORLD HISTORY
Wanaka’s Puzzling World was opened in 1973 and started with the world’s first 3-D Super Maze! The brainchild of Stuart and Jan Landsborough, the Puzzle Centre and then the Illusion Rooms followed soon after. Boasting the Hologram Hall, Tilted House, Hall of Following Faces and Ames Room (where dwarfs and giants are created!) followed by 1999’s Leaning Tower of Wanaka and the famous Roman Toilets these developments helped cement its standing amongst the world’s weirdest attractions.
In 2004 Stuart handed over the reins to daughter Heidi and son-in-law Duncan Spear, and in 2012 they opened the exciting Sculptillusion Gallery.