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San Francisco — By Katrina Verweel on December 30, 2009 at 3:52 pm
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Infinite Mirror Maze at Pier 39

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This is truly a mind-boggling activity just trying to get through this maze! Located right at pier 39, this new attraction will take you through never-ending hallways, take you around in circles, and of course lead you to dead ends. You will be impressed at how lost you can get in this 2,000 square foot maze with 3,000 square feet of mirrors. You can see for yourself, click here to get a preview on how cool this maze really is.

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