Mazes & Brain Games exhibit at Reading Public Museum

The Reading Public Museum is sharing mystifying illusions and mind-boggling puzzles in their new exhibition, Mazes & Brain Games, which opens Saturday, January 18, 2020.


Mazes & Brain Games winds its way over 5,000 square feet with dozens of puzzling experiences that inspire exploration and ingenuity. Each maze is a dynamic environment where visitors discover new methods of problem-solving through improvisation, trial and error, observation and testing, and logic and reasoning.

Highlights Include:

  • Master the many tricks around each corner and find out why illusions help us learn how our brain works
  • Bridges and pathways create an intricate network of confusion! Piece together the solution that will set you on the right path in the Mathmatica Maze
  • Get entangled and untangled in the Web Maze
  • Learn about the history of mazes and the first ever recorded maze, the Egyptian Labyrinth

The exhibition is created by Minotaur Mazes and is a dynamic and engaging experience for guests of all ages. The show is brought to The Museum through the sponsorship of Highmark Blue Shield and Penn State Health.

“This is a terrific exhibition to start off our new partnership with the Reading Museum. Mazes & Brain Games is designed to teach children important information about the brain and its function and it’s done in an engaging—and fun—way,” said John Morahan, president of Penn State Health St. Joseph.

About The Museum:

The Reading Public Museum is located at 500 Museum Road, Reading, PA 19611, and is open daily from 11 a.m. – 5 p.m. Admission to The Museum is: $10 adults (18-64), $6 children/seniors/students (w/ID) and free to Members and children three years old and under.

About Minotaur Mazes: 


Minotaur Mazes is a Seattle based company that travels around the world to create interactive and educational exhibits for adults and children alike. With each new exhibit, we strive to foster curiosity, empathy, personal and global responsibility as we seek not simply to educate, but to transform the world and those who share it.

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