Through turns and twists, this interactive maze will test your skills and abilities. if you're looking for things to do in Miami this weekend, you can enjoy the latest Insta-worthy exhibition at the Phillip and Patricia Frost Museum of Science called A Mirror Maze: Numbers in Nature.
The exhibit exposes and explains the mathematical patterns that abound in the natural world. During your maze exploration, you will discover various interactive elements with hand-on learning activities to explain how math is correlated with nature.
This immersive experience was created by the Museum of Science and Industry, Chicago (MSI) in order to raise awareness to people how math surrounds us in our everyday life.
There is a hidden room deep inside the maze for explorers to find. But, before you get to that room you might have to solve some puzzles, draw some spiral patterns and make some turns around the maze.
Along the way you will get confused with infinity and wonder where is right and left. Your reflection might get lost in the horizon while your friend appears at the end of the maze. Each corner has interactive activities that will activate with sensor technology.
The exhibit will open to the public on Saturday, October 12th through April 12th, 2020. Admission to the Phillip and Patricia Frost Museum will grant you access to the exhibit. You can purchase your tickets here.
A Mirror Maze: Numbers in Nature
Price: $27.95 Adults, $18.95 Kids (3-11), free for kids 2 and under and museum members.
Address: 1101 Biscayne Blvd, Miami, FL 33132
When: Open October 12, 2019 through April 12, 2020
Why you need to go: This interactive maze of mirrors will test your mathematical abilities.