Explore mysterious mazes
If you’re looking for a challenge for all the family, then look no further. Can you find your way through these mazes and wind your way back out again? Lose your way among laurel bushes or be puzzled in a rhododendron forest. Here’s a selection of the best mazes and labyrinths we care for.
- Belton House, Lincolnshire
- The maze at Belton House was laid in 1890, but later removed. Hedges were planted to recreate the garden puzzle in 2000 and it's now a source of entertainment for the whole family.Find out more about Belton's maze
- Cliveden, Buckinghamshire
- Cliveden's maze is made from more than 1,000 two-metre-high yew trees, creating 500m of winding paths. It’s a great challenge for all the family.Find your way out of the maze at Cliveden
- Cragside, Northumberland
- In the garden of Cragside, a labyrinth awaits the bravest adventurers – a network of winding paths and tunnels cut out of a vast area of rhododendron forest. Only those skilled enough will find Nelly’s Den at its centre.Discover Cragside's labyrinth
- Glendurgan Garden, Cornwall
- The cherry laurel maze at Glendurgan Garden has been entertaining families for more than 175 years. Who will win your family’s race to the middle?Find out more about the Glendurgan Garden
- Lyveden New Bield, Northants
- Old aerial Luftwaffe photos show that Lyveden New Bield once had a labyrinth. While the labyrinth no longer exists, the pattern has been cut into the grass so you can still enjoy the puzzle. In summer, wildflowers grow up around the path, making it a great place for hide-and-seek.Wander the wildflower labyrinth
- Speke Hall, Merseyside
- Visit Speke Hall in Merseyside and lose yourself in its winding maze. Designed by the world's leading maze designer, Adrian Fisher, there are six routes, with five bridges, 12 gates and a tower.Discover Speke Hall's maze
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