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Longleat Hedge Maze, Wiltshire, England

Organic Green Roots A-maze-ing! Longleat Hedge Maze in Wiltshire, England.

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Longleat Hedge Maze (UK)- classically beautiful 16000 yew trees form a hedge maze in the U. that covers acres and nearly 2 miles of paths. The wooden bridges built into the massive puzzle reveal an unusual feature: Longleat is a three-dimensional maze.

Longleat maze. Tickets cost: 2 adults 2 children £91.78.

Lost and doomed to wander forever! - - - - Longleat Hedge Maze, Thomas is obsessed with solving and just being inside the maze. He has some memory of the maze that forces him to want to discover more.

Longleat Hedge maze, UK - Must go!!  That's so awesome.  We did one of these in Virginia (smaller scale, of course) was A TON of FUN!

The Amazing Longleat Hedge Maze. 5 miles of hedges, more than English Yews. 6 bridges & a tower. You can't see over the hedges, you can put someone on your shoulders & they can. I am always lost in here for hours! My parents loved this!

Hever, England During the Renaissance, it was trendy to plant a maze in your garden for sheer entertainment. Anne Boleyn grew up in Hever Ca...

The Most Epic Mazes On Earth

Hever, England During the Renaissance, it was trendy to plant a maze in your garden for sheer entertainment. Anne Boleyn grew up in Hever Ca.

Laurel maze at Glendurgan Garden. Cornwall, England.     Can you get out of this maze?

Close-up of the Laurel Maze at Glendurgan Garden, Cornwall, England - photo by Bob Krist / Corbis, via National Geographic

Hedge maze, Germany. Very busy. The reward is a vantage point at the centre to see the maze.

Labirynth in Nova Petrópolis, Brazil - photo by Germano Schüür, via Panoramio

Garden Maze, Portugal~The most well-known full-size maze is the topiary, or hedge maze. The earliest references to topiary mazes date back to the 13th century in Belgium. By the 16th century the hedge maze had spread to England. In the latter part of the 17th century, King Louis XIV had a labyrinth constructed as a part of the gardens at Versailles, France.

Garden Maze, Portugal, Europe

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