Famous Mazes
Longleat

First laid out in 1975, Longleat maze is the
longest hedge maze in the world. The maze
covers 1.48 acres with over 1.5 miles of paths
featuring dead ends and multiple routes with 6
overlaying bridges. The aim of the maze is the
reach the observation tower, but how long
will it take you?

Longleat Picture
Hampton Court

Regarded as the most famous maze in history.
The maze was commissioned around 1700 by William III. It is known for confusing and intriguing visitors with its twists and turns. The maze covers a third of an acre and is the UK's oldest surviving hedge maze. Touch-sensitive benches create subtle sounds to relax you as you navigate.

Hampton Court Picture