Amazing Chicago's Funhouse Maze at Navy Pier

Remember the fun-house mazes you went to as a kid? How about experiencing a new and innovative way to race against time? Well, at the Amazing Chicago’s Funhouse Maze, we bring back a part of your childhood so you and your kids can experience all the fun! Or check out Time Freak, an exciting new attraction that will challenge you to race against the clock!


Amazing Chicago’s Funhouse Maze

The Funhouse Maze is like a traditional funhouse maze, but here, we turn it up a notch! Featuring strobe lights and an array of illusions, Amazing Chicago’s Funhouse Maze is thrilling and exhilarating and just a bit scary. The funhouse maze is 4000 square feet of sensory perception. Featuring a Mirror Maze, Spinning Tunnel, and get to stomp out the Great Chicago Fire. Get lost, play games, experience sudden drops, and other surprises that guarantee you to have lots of fun!


Time Freak

Time freak is a thrilling race against time and is fun for both children and adults! I Time Freak incorporate vibrant UV themed lights with 3-D props, music and sound effects, Time Freak challenges players to compete against the clock while pushing buttons as they light up. Players score points by racing around the control room, pushing buttons as quickly as possible. The more buttons you push, the more points you score!


Additional Info

Amazing Chicago’s Funhouse Maze and Time Freak opens every day at 10 a.m. year round.


Admission Prices

Children 4 and under: FREE

Time Freak individual plays are $2.

The Maze and Time Freak 1-Time Pass: $9.95 + tax

The Maze and Time Freak All Day Pass: $14.95 + tax

Amazing Value 4 Pack: $34.95 + tax

One Game of Time Freak for One Person: $1.00 + tax


Available Discounted Rates:

Military Service Rate: $7.95 + tax for active duty military personnel and their guests,

Senior: $7.95 + tax


For more info or to order tickets, please call (312) 595-5375, or please visit

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