aMazing Hedge Puzzle Gloucester
Herefordshire HR9 6DA


Gathered together in the Jubilee Park are a number of visitor attractions including the delightful Jubilee Maze. It is a traditional hedge maze, with a romantic temple at the centre. In 1977, Lindsay and Edward Heyes planted over a kilometre of hedges to create the maze.

There is a viewing platform from which you can watch members of your family getting hopelessly lost. Join in the fun and games by calling out helpful (or possibly misleading) directions to guide them to the Temple.

Traps for Evil Spirits
As well as the lovely garden setting, there is a serious side to this attraction. In the Museum of Mazes you can learn about the history, myths, maths, mysteries and magic associated with labyrinths. For instance, did you know that mazes were never intended to be puzzles for people they were used as traps for evil spirits?
The Museum is all hands-on with puzzles about making mazes. Using what you have learnt you can try designing a maze of your own.
Plan Your Visit 
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Every day except Christmas Day and New Years Day. 11:00 – 17:00 hours. Closes 1 hour earlier during Winter. Last entry 1 hour before closing.
Admission Prices
Single attraction tickets are available. Attractive discount prices for multiple attractions. Go To:
Disabled Access
Accessible. Essential Carers admitted free – limited to 1 per disabled person. Disabled toilets near disabled car Parking spaces. RADAR key.
Contact & Further Information
Telephone   +44 (0)1600 890360
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Getting There
The Maze has excellent 'Directions' on their website
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