Find your Way Through the Amazing Maze
Your mission is to find your way to the observation tower. How quickly can you get there? Do you take the path on the left or one on the right? Should you retrace your steps?
You’re bound to get lost. There’s nearly 1¾ miles of paths hedged by more than 16,000 English Yews with twists and turns galore. The mysterious Hedge Maze keeps everyone guessing!
As you figure out your way through, you’ll come across 6 bridges where you’ll get tantalising glimpses of the observation tower that is your target. But how close are you? And when will you get there? However long it takes, you’ll have loads of fun along the way!
Need To Know
- A visit to the Hedge Maze can take from 20 to 90 minutes depending on how adept you are at finding your way to the middle!
- The maze is inaccessible to wheelchair users and pushchairs. There’s a pushchair park near the attraction entrance for you to use during your Hedge Maze visit only. Longleat accepts no liability for loss or damage to pushchairs left unattended.
- The Longleat Hedge Maze will be closed for the forseeable future due to planned maintenance work. We apologise for any inconvenience.
- Some people make a career out of designing mazes! Our quirky, 3D maze was laid out in 1975 by professional maze designer, Greg Bright.
- The maze covers an area of around 1.48 acres (0.6 hectares).