Puzzling Place

Museum Square
Keswick
CA12 5DZ

Tel: 017687 75102
info@puzzlingplace.co.uk
http://www.puzzlingplace.co.uk

Children WelcomeCredit Cards AcceptedTotally Non SmokingPets By Prior ArrangementGroups Welcome
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DO YOU BELIEVE YOUR EYES?
....Maybe you shouldn't....'The Puzzling Place' is a fun and eye-opening attraction based on optical illusion....Your visual system has floors....and we expose them!
In our 'Anti-gravity Room' you'll swear that balls can roll up hill and you'll encounter other strange phenomena that will leave you amazed.
Our exhibition has illusion pictures, sculptures and interactive exhibits. You'll rub someone out who's stood right infront of you, watch your skin come alive and generally rub your eyes in disbelief.
We have a gallery of amazing holograms - 3D pictures that you'll want to reach out and touch, only to find your hand passes straight through.
And see our newest illusion room, known as an 'Ames Room' it's the same effect that was used in the film 'Lord of the Rings' to create tall and little people. As you walk across the room you'll visibly grow and shrink! Or you can make yourself look tiny or like a giant alongside a fellow visitor!

Have your eyes opened at 'The Puzzling Place'!

Adults £3.75, Child/Concession £2.90, Under 5's Free,
Please enquire about group rates.

Free entry to:
- 'The Puzzling Shop' full of puzzles and unusual gifts, gadgets and gizmos
- 'The Puzzle Area' where you can give your brain a workout and try to solve our puzzles and brainteasers!

Opening Hours:
Open 11am to 5.30pm, 7 days a week untill November (10am to 5.30pm during school holidays)
1st Nov - 16th March: 11am to 5pm, closed Mondays. Through January we are open weekends only.

Location

Just off Main Street.
From the pedestrianised town centre walk down the street to the road and pedestrian crossing. Keep on the left and turn left just after 'Blacks Outdoor Shop'. You'll find us up some stairs just after the sports shop.

This project is part financed by the European Agricultural Fund for Rural Development: Europe investing in rural areas with Defra as the managing authority