Sites with Type: Maze
England , Comberton
A turf maze thought to have originated in the 17th century. The Comberton Maze was the last turf maze to be destroyed in England.
England , Huntingdon
Hilton Maze is a turf maze 14 metres in diameter, which is believed to have been first cut in 1660, and has been re-cut several times since. A central stone pier is inscribed in memory of William Sparrow, creator of the maze, who died in 1729.
England , Maidstone
The maze was planted in 1988 with 2,400 yews. At the centre is a grotto featuring mythical beasts created from shells, designed by Simon Verity and Diana Reynell.
Part/component of: Leeds Castle
England , Essex
This is a turf maze of medieval origin, refurbished in modern times.
England , Nr Faversham
The Mizmaze, designed by Sarah Morgan, was laid out in 2004 in the style of a medieval 'mizmaze', a nine-circuit labyrinth of raised turf paths. The paths are flanked by plantings of ornamental grasses and herbaceous perennials.
Part/component of: Mount Ephraim