Remember Orlando’s Mystery Fun House? A gallery of photos from then and now.

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From 1976 until 2001, Mystery Fun House was a second-tier tourist attraction that operated in the I-Drive corridor in Orlando. It was an old-school fun house, with mirror mazes and creepy dungeon rooms and monsters and magic shows, and it was wildly popular with families in the 1970s and '80s. Today, it's a Westgate Resorts/Florida Visitors Welcome Center owned by Central Florida Investments (which owns Westgate). Check out these photos from the attraction's heyday and its current state. For more info on Mystery Fun House, check out the Facebook page dedicated to keeping its memory alive or the website Big Florida Country.