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The amazing Maize Maze is ready again

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July 21st – Hidcote Manor Farm Maize Maze opens – until September 9th

This year’s theme is “magical” and the maze is in the shape of a giant Cotswold wizard over 200 metres tall.

This maze was designed by the world’s leading maze designer Adrian Fisher who has been designing and creating puzzle mazes for 21 years. Adrian’s designs have been created in over 30 countries and have won 6 Guinness world records.

The Hidcote maze is cut into a field of fodder maize and interspersed with over 50,000 sunflowers. Bridges and Observation Towers offer a magic sight and scenic views across the Vale of Evesham and to the Malvern Hills.

The giant wizard is over eight acres in size with more than four miles of paths and the whole maze is then chopped down in mid-september and made into silage for the farm’s cattle.

The Maze is open daily from 10.00 am to 6.00 pm.

Entrance: Adults £4.75, Children £3.75, Family £15.00 (2 adults + 2 children)

www.hidcotemaze.co.uk

Hidcote Manor Farm, Hidcote Bartrim, Chipping Campden, Gloucestershire GL55 6LP
A great way to get lost in the countryside.

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