Puzzling World is a tourist attraction near Wanaka, New Zealand. It began as a single-storey maze in 1973, gradually expanding to become an award-winning complex of optical illusions and puzzling rooms and the world's first 3-D maze. Puzzling World is well known for its Leaning Tower of Wanaka and eccentric lavatory styled as a Roman bathroom.
Puzzling World, originally a single-level wooden maze at Wanaka in the Queenstown area of New Zealand, opened in 1973. It was the brainchild of Stuart and Jan Landsborough who had been forced to sell their house to raise money for the venture after being refused a bank loan. In the first year, the park received 17,600 visitors. A puzzle center was added in 1979 and a second level was added to the maze 3 years later. The park continued to develop with the signature Leaning Tower of Wanaka being added in 1999 with a backward running clock face.
Puzzling World features a large maze in which the traveler must reach four colored corner towers before finding the middle courtyard (emergency doors are included for those who struggle).
As of 2020 Puzzling World had received in excess of 4 million visitors and was attracting around 200,000 people a year.
According to Wikipedia