Not one like that of the ancient Greeks that was inhabited by a half-human, half-bull creature called the Minotaur, and which proved to be a significant challenge for even the greatest of warriors and heroes, but rather one packed with dinosaurs and other ancient creatures, with masses of things to see and do.
Like dino spotting ... solve the maze to meet Fang the Afrovenator dinosaur (the African hunter). There will also be Frieda, Fred, Albert and George – all prehistoric beasts from the ancient Karoo. And see the 3D printed and digital models of a dinosaur which is being reconstructed using the latest computerised technology. Called Dracovenator, or the Dragon Hunter, this dino was a 6-7 m long, 190-million-year-old predator found near the Drakensberg.
Maze-runners will also explore the cave of the Ape-man and watch the tragedy of Australopithecus sediba's last moments – was he an early victim of family violence?
See how fossils are slowly and patiently extracted from the rock in which they’re imbedded using amazing skills of hand-eye coordination.
But beware ... there is a catch. Before you can leave the maze, you’ll have to complete dinosaur jigsaw puzzles, dig in a sand-pit for fossil bones and other artefacts, and solve simple puzzles and riddles based on the exhibits in the maze.