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Get Lost: 10 Maize Mazes near you in the UK

Posted 13 September 2021
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Does your family have what it takes to navigate your way through one of the best maize mazes near you? Each year fun themed designs are cut into living plants just waiting to be explored, and this year you’ll find everything from dinosaurs and unicorns to Wonderland, with plenty of surprises along the way.

So grab your team of explorers and get ready to put your skills to the test - lose yourself in one of our favourite things to do in autumn: visiting a maize maze!


sign for the entrance of a maize maze

  1. Cairnie Fruit Farm & Mega Maze, Fife
    Open until the end of October 2021
    Discover the epic Mega Maze at Cairnie Fruit Farm, open until the end of October. With a fresh new and fun design to navigate, and spread across sover a whopping 6 acres, you’ll be guaranteed hours of fun! With plenty of other fantastic fun to be had too, it’s the perfect autumn day out.

  2. Boston Park Farm, Yorkshire
    Open until the end of October 2021
    Get lost in style at the Boston Park Farm Maize Maze! Your mission is to find the five flag poles that are hidden throughout this year’s farm themed maze. Mark your sheet whenever you find one, and keep an eye out for Maize Maize, a fun character also missing in the maze! She’s a little harder to find so keep your eyes peeled..

  3. Lower Drayton Farm, Staffordshire
    Open weekends September and October
    Celebrate the Best of British at Lower Drayton Farm this autumn and journey into the Maize Maze! Follow the clues to solve the farmyard mystery, plus discover the brand new Sunflower Maize too!

  4. Lakeland Maze and Farm Park, Cumbria
    Open weekends in September 2021
    Forming the shape of a giant sunflower, step into Lakeland Maze and Farm Park maize maze! With not one, but two a-maze-ing mazes to get lost in, the mini maze is perfect for younger explorers. Weather not looking great? Discover the wooden panel Maze and the indoor Bunny Burrows tube maze too.

    A family in the maize maze at Cotswold Farm Park

  5. The Worcestershire Maze Maize, Worcestershire
    Open weekends in September and October 2021
    Discover a Viking Adventure at The Worcestershire Maize Maze this autumn. Enjoy the great outdoors and journey through 3 epic mazes, all complete with exciting puzzles to complete and make it out!

  6. Cammas Hall, Hertfordshire
    Open until end of October 2021
    From a mini maze to a giant ice cream maze, Cammas Hall has everything you need! Both mazes have their own sets of clues that you’ll be given before you set off, plus if you’re getting lost, head to the bridge for a birds-eye view!

  7. Grange Farm Harpole, Northampton
    Open weekends in September 2021
    Get lost in the fantastic farm-themed maize maze at Grange Farm Harpole and get ready for a fantastic day out! Put your thinking hats on and search for the clues and riddles to help you get out, plus if you’re looking for a slightly smaller adventure, discover the Hide ‘n Sheep mini maze.

    A kid stood in the middle of a maize maze

  8. Maze 52, Derbyshire
    Open weekends in September 2021
    Step into Maze 52 and get lost in this fantastic and classic corn maze for a fantastic family day out! Head into the big maze and navigate all of the twists and turns, or explore

  9. Writtle Maze, Essex
    Open weekends in September 2021
    Fancy making your way around a giant rose shaped maze? Well at Writtle Maze, it’s all about the red rose this year! Filled with flower facts and an exciting game to complete, this year's maze is a fantastic family hit. Got little ones? Explore the mini rosebud maze where 5-6 years old can even complete on their own!

  10. Jolly Maze, Exeter
    Select weekends in September 2021
    From fancy dress to exciting games, Jolly Maze has everything you need for a fantastic weekend adventure. Take your pick from the Giant Maze or the Mini Maze and set off on a thrilling adventure through the tall rows of corn, but don’t worry, you can get a map if your sense of direction isn’t the best!


For even more family fun this autumn, don’t miss: 

Autumn Activities | Things to do in September | Things to do on a rainy day