The World’s Longest Hedge Maze

With almost two miles of of twisting pathways, the Longleat Hedge Maze in England is the world’s longest. The maze winds around a massive estate and hosts a drive-through safari park stocked with more than 500 exotic animals.

But this maze isn’t only for looks, it’s filled with several dead ends and multiple paths punctuated by six raised bridges, all of which surrounds a central tower. Finishing the maze is a real challenge.

Take a look at a few more photos below:


12 Comments on The World’s Longest Hedge Maze

  1. That is long.

  2. Cool. I wish i could go in it.

  3. i have no name // November 24, 2012 at 6:42 pm // Reply

    what is under the if lost sign i wonder?…

  4. That is so awesomely creepy! I would totally go in there and probably wouldn’t come out for a week! By the way thanks Head’s Up for the book on strange animals!

  5. black cougar // December 3, 2012 at 4:58 am // Reply

    roger that potato. that would be awesome!!!!! i would never look at that sign that says lift if lost unless i was desperate. where is it?

  6. Hello. And Bye.

  7. Party Pants // August 3, 2014 at 11:16 am // Reply

    That IS long‼️ I WANNA GO THERE‼️‼️‼️‼️‼️

  8. karatemastero // November 6, 2016 at 10:58 am // Reply

    there are mini houses there in case someone can find their way there if they are lost

  9. Your answer was just what I neeedd. It’s made my day!

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