It’s the weird and wonderful architecture that first attracts visitors to Stuart Landsborough’s Puzzling World. After all, how could it not when the first thing you see from the road is a ‘cartoon like’ leaning tower that seems to be defying all known laws of physics by staying upright at a 53 degree angle from the ground.
But what really captivates those who stop for a closer look is actually found on the inside where there a number of rooms of illusion guaranteed to have you questioning your sanity. And if that’s not enough, there’s also the challenge 3D Great Maze. This two-storey 1.5 kilometer wooden labyrinth will really have you scratching your head as you try to find your way out. Thankfully, there’s plenty of emergency exits available for those, such as myself, without much sense of direction.