Maize Maze – fun for all the family!
Maize Maze – fun for all the family!If you’re on the hunt for days out and things to do with the kids this summer holiday, why not plan a visit to our Maize Maze? For just £5.00 per person (and little ones under 2 go free!), you can enjoy a whole day here on the farm as there’s plenty to see and do! The main attraction is the maize maze, but there’s lots more to do besides! It’s set in a giant maize field on our farm and is a great way to get some exercise and fresh air. Surely an ice cream is in order afterwards? Luckily, you’re at the home of real Yorkshire dairy ice cream and you’ll find all our most popular flavours on offer, as well as hot and cold drinks and snacks on sale on the parlour.
Once that’s gone down and tummies are settled, it’s time to decide which of the attractions to try next! Our giant inflatable slide is visible as soon as you pull into the carpark, so you might find that’s top of the list when the requests come in… It’s a great way to see the glorious countryside around our farm and enjoy the rush on the way down.
From there, family rivalry and competitiveness can extend to our kids and adults pedal go-karts and the inflatable kickball and basketball. Make sure you keep scoring and reward the winner (perhaps with some more ice cream?) Why not time rounds on the inflatable assault course too?! Of course, a more leisurely pace is absolutely fine too, and even the littlest children will find plenty to delight them on the farm!
Tired legs and happy faces are guaranteed after a day exploring the maize maze and the rest of our attractions - so when will we see you here? It’s open all day, every day throughout the summer holidays so you can visit when it suits you. Just remember that last entry into the maze is at 4pm each day. Once September arrives and the kids go back to school the maize maze will be open on Saturdays and Sundays only until mid-October when the farmer will need to harvest the maize! Luckily for our younger visitors, that will overlap with pumpkin picking and preparations for Halloween.
Written on 18th August 2021
Written by brymor_admin