If you are intrigued by the sense of amazement and forgetfulness associated with mazes, then this article will be a great source of pleasure to you. We are going to talk about six really fun and cool mazes in the world that should be on your itinerary.
Hedge mazes have characterized many estates for centuries, and have recently been featuring straw mazes, corn mazes, and other types of vegetation. Well, while the variety is huge, we have shortlisted some mazes which are exceptionally brilliant.
So, here are those six mazes that you should visit:
Mason Labyrinth, Italy
Charting at no. 1 is the largest maze in the world, the Masone Labyrinth. Located in a town famous for its Parmesan cheese, the maze was an outcome of adare made between Jorge Luis Borges, an author, and Franco Maria Ricci, a publisher.
The maze is a star-shaped one, which was opened to the public in May 2015. It has been created with the help of more than 20,000 bamboo plants and covers 20 acres of land. It is one of the greatest maze wonders of all time, and thus, you should pay it a visit if you happen to be in Parma.
Longleat Meat, Wiltshire, England
We cannot miss out the longest hedge maze in the world, Longleat Meat, which has been constructed from about 16,000 English yews. The estate includes three smaller mazes and a Safari Park, the first to be outside Africa.
The most iconic aspect about this maze is that it has been beautified by the Legendary designer Lancelot “Capability” Brown.
Andrassy Castle, Hungary
Andrassy Castle is situated along the Tisza river which flows near the Hungarian-Slovakian border. The castle has a world-famous hedge maze which was created for Count Gyula Andrassy in the 19th century.
If you happen to get a bird’s eye view of the maze, you will find it sharing a striking resemblance with a squid.
Dole Pineapple Maze, Hawaii
If you thought Hawaii was all about beaches, then you need to check out Dole Pineapple maze.
The maze was once crowned as the largest maze in the world until Masone Labyrinth usurped the first spot. The Pineapple Maze includes more than 14,000 varieties of native Hawaiian vegetation.
A fun fact about the maze is that there are eight “”secret stations and rewards are given to those who navigate through the maze the fastest.
Villa PisaniLabyrinth, Italy
Villa Pisani Labyrinth is crowned as the most difficult maze in the world, and also the most historic.
It was designed in 1720 and great personalities such as Napoleon tried to complete it. A major historic event that occurred at the maze is the first official meeting between Mussolini and Hitler.
If you successfully navigate through the maze, you will be awarded adorable views from a famous 18th-century turret.
So, will you be ready to take up the challenge?
Richardson Corn Maze, Illinois
At the sixth spot is the largest corn maze in the world, Richardson Corn Maze, which is created each year, with a distinct portrait in its design. For example, in the year 2013, the design had the portrait of the sublime Beatles, and in the year 2015, the design exhibited the Chicago Blackhawks.