California’s Great America has been busy this offseason, and whenever it reopens from its pandemic-induced closure, guests will notice a spruced-up park, carrying the momentum of the previous years’ work....
I went to Pier 39 in San Francisco because their web site had a local advantage program that offered two hours of free parking plus half off admission to the aquarium in January. If you are a AAA member you can also get two hours of free parking at the Pier 39 Welcome Center. After I took the girls to see the aquarium, I wandered about Pier 39 because I had some extra time. So I tried the maze. It only cost $5.00. They gave me plastic gloves so I would not make fingerprints on the glass. And they let me push the double stroller around in there. It was very well done and similar to those that we encountered on the ACE trip to Japan. I got lost quite a few times but then figured out that the correct path through the maze would be similar to the correct path at Gilroy Gardens Pinnacles Rock Maze and it was. It was very cool to see your image repeated multiple times and the carpet is fresh enough not to have a worn path that leads you to the exit.
Magowan’s Infinite Mirror Maze
web site: http://www.pier39.com/Attractions/index.htm#att137
— Emi Pearce