Nearly 20 challenges await you in the maze, including memory games, math problems, walls to climb over, and detail-oriented missions. Tickets to Dynamic Maze include discounted entry to the Alive Museum and Poopoo Land—book in advance to skip the entry line. For extra savings, opt for a multi-attraction combo pass.
Things to Know Before You Go
At least two people are required in the maze.
Long pants are recommended due to the physical nature of some obstacles.
Children must be accompanied by adults at all times.
Different minimum height and age requirements may apply to different experiences.
Guests must leave all belongings in a locker before proceeding.
How to Get There
Located in Insadong, Dynamic Maze is easy to reach by public transit. Take subway line 1, 3, or 5 to Jongno 3-ga Station (exit 1 or 5), or line 1 to Jonggak Station (exit 11).
When to Get There
The maze is open daily, year-round. Last admission is an hour prior to closing. For fewer crowds, go on a weekday and avoid public holidays.
The Alive Museum
In the same building as Dynamic Maze, the Alive Museum features more than 40 works of trick art, object art, and parody art. Unlike in traditional museums, you can interact with the art and put yourself in the picture, literally. Don’t forget your camera.
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