Mystery Fun House was an attraction in Orlando, Florida, USA. It opened on March 28, 1976 and operated through February 18, 2001. It was located near International Drive, on Major Boulevard just across from Universal Orlando Resort. The Fun House consisted of 15 areas called "chambers", including a mirror maze, a rolling barrel, crawl-through tunnels, scary jail areas, a moving bridge and a crooked room. In the early days, there was a multiplex movie theater, a hologram machine, and a wall-sized "computer" that could read patrons' handwriting and provide fortunes. There was also a show about three quarters of the way through the Fun House with music, lights, special effects and a video of the Wizard projected on a large screen. There was also a full service Magic shop run by veteran magician, Dan Stapleton. Over time, the fun house expanded to include a laser-tag facility, an arcade, a dinosaur-themed mini golf course and other attractions. While many of the attractions weren't all that unique or memorable, the giant wizard was a landmark for decades that is still fresh in the minds many today.