Located in Leicestershire, it's an 8 acre maze with 3 miles of paths. They change the maze every year, and this year they have chosen the shape of a rugby player. Other great designs can be seen here in their gallery.
The maze only lasts 8 weeks before it's cut down and used as cattle fodder. It's then marked out and grown again into a new design.
Throughout the maze, there are numbers to guide you if you are lost, but also quiz boards that add another level of fun. This year because of the rugby theme, the quiz boards had sport related questions. Children are given a answer sheet and when completed, can be entered into a competition.
You are also given a map, which definitely comes in handy!
The maze is really tall and children are warned to stay with parents, but we had so much fun together, Mikey didn't want to run ahead.
We had our hand stamped as we entered so we could come and go as we pleased, which is ideal for little ones. In the maze is a 'mid point' with picnic benches so you can take a break, or a 'quick exit' if you need a toilet break!
Next to the maze is the Activity Funyard, where there are more picnic benches and a great assortment of games for children to play, including smaller mazes, beanbag throwing, giant connect 4 and lots more.
Mikey and his dad loved playing 'Splat the Rat'!
If you didn't fancy a picnic, there is a cafe right across the road, as well as the toilets and lots of shops.We spent most of the day there and had a fantastic time. We really loved the fact that it changes every year, so it's something that can be done again and again but still be different :)
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