Glendurgan Garden

Glendurgan Garden (Cornish: Glynn Dowrgeun, meaning deep valley of otters) is a National Trust garden situated above the hamlet of Durgan on the Helford River and near Mawnan Smith, in the civil parish of Mawnan, Cornwall, England, United Kingdom. Glendurgan Garden was laid out by Alfred Fox in the 1820s and 1830s. In 1962 Glendurgan …

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Cairnie Fruit Farm & Mega Maze

Visited on Easter Sunday 2015. Grandparents, mum, dad and two young children. What a perfect day. The weather was amazing which was a bonus. The girls loved the choice of adventures on offer. Especially the barrel ride and the zip slide. The baby chicks were a lovely touch. Lovely tearoom with homemade food and cakes …

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Willen Lake Maze

Willen Maze is a turf maze based on an enlarged version of the Saffron Walden Rosicrucian Maze and designed by landscape architect Neil Higson. At its centre is an oak tree and in each of the four lobes ? at the cardinal points of the compass ? is a bronze face designed by the sculptor …

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Maize Maze Association

Welcome to the UK’s official Maize Maze Association website, the number one listing of maize maze attractions in the UK. Here you will find links to maize mazes up and down the country, from Scotland to the South Coast and everywhere in between. You are never far from an a-maze-ing day out! A maize maze …

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The Peace Maze

Castlewellan Forest park’s ‘Peace Maze’ was commissioned in 1998 and in 2000 and 2001 over 4000 school children and 1000 people attended community planting days to plant the maze’s 6000 yew trees. The design for the maze was conceived by Beverley Lear of Lear Associates who used the best idea’s from thousands of children’s designs …

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Brimstage Maze

Brimstage Maze is much more than a maize maze, with activities and play for all ages we will keep your whole family entertained making memories. In the heart of rural?Wirral.?Brimstage Maze?is much more than a maze; family friendly fun and adventure – a great day out for all the family.

York Maze

York Maze is a seasonal visitor attraction open for summer and Halloween. Over 20 rides, attractions and shows. An Amazing family day out. York Maze is home to Europe’s biggest Maize Maze and boasts over 20 rides, attractions and shows. Whiz down the Corn Snake Tower Slides, be amazed in Kernel Kernel?s House of Cornfusion …

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The Dragonfly Maze

The Dragonfly Maze is a Tourist attraction in Bourton-on-the-Water, England.Three things which had intrigued us for many years.The Dragonfly Maze brought these interests together and allowed us to share them with everyone else.Planting yew hedges we created a traditional maze with about half a mile of pathways.Fourteen clues dotted around the pathways of The Maze. …

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Hever Castle & Gardens

Hever Castle is located in the village of Hever, Kent, near Edenbridge, 30 miles (48 km) south-east of London, England. It began as a country house, built in the 13th century. From 1462 to 1539, it was the seat of the Boleyn (originally ‘Bullen’) family.Anne Boleyn, the second?queen consort?of?King Henry VIII of England, spent her …

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Elton Giant Mazes

Our Mazes are located in Gloucestershire on the edge of the Forest of Dean. We are near to the M4, M48, M50 and A48. We are normally open every day from early July to early September. Very close by are Elton Carp Lakes and Pirate Island adventure golf. We have a cabin with seating from …

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Wistow Maize Maze

Famous for the Wistow Maze (with new design and quiz trail each summer), the thriving Rural Centre with its large garden centre, model village, cafe/bistro, Mediterranean deli, art gallery and wide variety of shops. There are numerous country walks around St Wistan’s Church and the Grand Union Canal, attractive cottages and flats for rental, and …

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The Wragby Maze

Get lost in the Wragby Maze On your next family vacation. It’s a must stop for family?fun and games. Enjoy the outdoor mazes and other games?for kids and adults.

Crystal Palace Park Maze

Crystal Palace Park is a Victorian pleasure ground, used for cultural and sporting events. It is located in the south-east London suburb of Crystal Palace, which was in turn named after the Crystal Palace Exhibition building, which had been moved from Hyde Park, London after the 1851 Great Exhibition and rebuilt with some modifications and …

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Minotaur Maze

Kielder Water & Forest Park Development Trust is a registered charity working at Kielder to promote sustainable development, provide recreational facilities, improve knowledge of the natural environment and encourage the arts. Members, who have appointed directors/trustees to serve on the board, are Northumbrian Water, Forestry England, Calvert Kielder , Kielder Observatory Astronomical Society, Northumberland County …

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Skylark Garden Centre

Skylark is a Garden Centre & Cafe based near March, Cambridgeshire. Expect to see great offers and useful information on this page.A family run business offering high quality products in a friendly environment, also offering a top quality cafe serving fine foods from local suppliers with the best children’s play area in the county. We …

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The Great Worcester Maize Maze

The Great Worcester Maze has lots to entertain for a full day out. Whether you choose to do a simple trail or be courageous and?explore the large maze be sure to have a fantastic time, then play and relax in the adjoining courtyard with games such as; ‘Goalie’ Football, Rope Maze and many other giant …

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Longleat Hedge Maze

Longleat Hedge Maze is a Tourist attraction place in England.Opened in 1975, this 2-mi. hedge maze at Longleat Safari & Adventure Park has an observation tower.

Hoo Hill Maze

Hoo Hill Maze is set in privately owned grounds within a small, secluded orchard. The Maze itself measures 30 metres square, and 2 metres high, with a 6 metre square centre. It was designed and planted in the summer of 1983 by the owner, John Brindle, using 1000 Golden Leylandii saplings. There is an extension …

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Traquair House

Traquair House is now fully open to the public until the end of October and then weekends up until 24th November 2019.? Group tours of the house by appointment ?and our accommodation in the house remains open throughout the year. Welcome to Traquair, Scotland?s Oldest Inhabited House. Visited by 27 Scottish Kings and Queens Traquair …

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