Important information before your arrival at The Crystal Maze LIVE Experience London:
Please arrive at least 15 minutes before the time shown on your tickets.
Latecomers may not be admitted to the attraction.
Your ticket is non refundable, non exchangable and non-transferrable.
For the safety of all visitors, The Experience reserves the right refuse admission, or may on occasion conduct security searches.
The Experience reserves the right to alter or vary the content or timing of the whole or part of the show due to circumstance beyond their reasonable control without being obliged to refund or exchange tickets.
Visitors will not be allowed to join The Experience without a ticket, please ensure you have this ticket on either a phone or print out on the day of your visit.
No filming or photography is allowed in the maze.
Phones are not allowed in the maze.
You must be 18 years or older to play the maze.
If you have a disability or a pre existing injury please contact the guest services team prior to your visit.
Pregnancy strictly prohibits participation or entrance to the maze.
Open-toed shoes or high heels are not permitted. Trainers or pumps are recommended.
Alcohol must not be consumed prior to the maze experience. If you are found to be under the influence of alcohol you will not be permitted to the maze.
Tour through the east end of Adelaide via parklands and the lovely eastern suburb areas
Take in the magnificent views across the city to the sea from Mt Lofty Summit – the highest peak of the Mt Lofty Ranges
Drive past Bridgewater Mill water wheel, and the villages of Crafers, Stirling and Aldgate
Afternoon tea or beer tastings at the iconic Hahndorf Inn with its rich history and warm hospitality
Enjoy free time in Hahndorf wandering along the main street exploring its many shops and businesses with German origin, including art, craft, leather and fabric shops, butchers, bakers, cafés and of course pubs!
Half day coach tour with expert commentary by a local driver/guide
Afternoon tea or beer tastings at the iconic Hahndorf Inn
The Adelaide Hills is the place where we can visit the Mt Lofty Ranges, rolling vineyards, unspoilt bushland and rich farmland.
London Bridge Experience & London Tombs
There are recreations of the past wooden, stone and medieval bridges, all of which include live characters in full regalia of the time. Join in the fun, have a laugh and learn some of London's gruesome history at the same time. Of course we also do our best to add a few surprises along the way; so be sure to be ready for them!
Then travel through the Terror Time Tunnel to emerge in the present and if you're feeling brave you can choose to face your fears and descend into in the former plague pit; the London Tombs where a few more surprises will chill your bones.
It's a thrilling experience using the latest in Hollywood style wizardry and our marvellous real life characters guiding you through the ages on the bridge. Get ready to be entertained and amazed at what you will see.
The London Bridge Experience and London Tombs understands that not everyone understands English, so to enhance the visitor experience the attraction has introduced Multilingual Audio Guides in 6 languages to cater for its growing number of international visitors.
These languages at the moment are:
Customer satisfaction is at the heart of the Management strategy at this award winning attraction and doesn’t want any of its wealth of history to get missed due to language barriers.
The London Bridge Experience will still be an interactive experience with live actors entertaining its visitor but the audio guides will mean all guests will leave having engaged in the 2000 years of the history at the world’s most famous, and most haunted bridge.
Feel the ground shake as you march in Queen Boudicca’s army, discover the gruesome fate of Tudor traitors, sneak through the dark streets of Victorian London and follow in the footsteps of Jack the Ripper.
Zoom high into the clouds and explore London’s famous skyline from the top of the ArcelorMittal Orbit – UK’s tallest sculpture. Enjoy a breath-taking panorama of up to 20 miles across London through stunning floor to ceiling windows before experiencing the city’s landmarks from the outside observation walkway suspended 262ft above the ground. Discover sights including Wembley Stadium, St Paul’s Cathedral and Canary Wharf and get a bird’s eye view of the iconic venues of London 2012.
Are you brave enough to ride the twists, turns and drops of the world’s tallest and longest tunnel slide? Relax and enjoy stunning views of up to 20 miles across London before challenging your friends and family to a 40 second descent in the 584ft long slide. Travel through light and dark sections at speeds of up to 15mph as The Slide loops its way around the ArcelorMittal Orbit 12 times taking visitors through gentle curves, thrilling drops and a tight corkscrew!
Start your day trip to the East Algarve with a hotel pickup, and then travel by air-conditioned coach to the pretty town of Almancil, roughly 8 miles (13km) northwest of Faro. Head inside the town’s crowning glory, the beautiful Church of St Lourenço (Igreja de São Lourenço de Matos), and marvel at its stunning blue-and-white wall tiles while exploring. The tiles depict the story of St Lourenço who used money from the Catholic Church to pay for the poor until he was caught by the Romans.
Continue to Faro, the Algarve’s capital, for a walking tour of its elegant Old Town. Amble around the charming cobblestone streets and see the Arc da Vila, a monument that was commissioned to mark the entrance to the Old Town after a devastating earthquake in 1755. After exploring the streets, enjoy some free time to sightsee independently or shop for souvenirs to take home.
Meet back up with your guide and travel to the nearby town of Olhão with its bustling fishing port and Moorish-esque neighborhoods and cube-shaped houses. Stretch your legs on a walk around with your guide, and then take a break for lunch at your own expense; your guide will have plenty of restaurant recommendations if you need them.
Your last stop of the day is the beautiful city of Tavira, a town often called the 'Venice of the Algarve' after its location that straddles the River Gilão. Steeped in history, Tavira is home to Roman bridges, Renaissance churches and historical monuments aplenty, but it’s Tavira Castle — a structure thought to date to Neolithic days — that is the town’s most intriguing sight. Pay your entrance fee and then head inside the site to explore the castle's ramparts and ruins.
Leave Tavira in the late afternoon and travel back to your Algarve hotel where your day trip finishes.