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The idea of a corn maze with games and contraptions is an interesting one. We came ona partially sunny day, so getting endlessly lost in the maze wasn't as frustrating if it was a scorching day.
The kids were intrigued with the games but most...More
A nice maze with activities along the way. A good way to spend a couple of hours. There were English translations for all the puzzles, and although we were confused early on with what we were supposed to be doing, it became apparent fairly quickly....More
Labyrinthe en delire is a lovely way to spend a few hours in August - adults and teens and young children all enjoyed the wonderfully inventive and low tech games and the maze. We visited on a very hot day and the tall sweet corn...More
On arrival we were not too sure how our older teenagers would react to a walk through a maze of sweetcorn: but the quizzes and challenges set every few metres kept them amused and occupied for the couple of hours that we were there and...More
We didn’t have much time so we chose to do the cycle option only. We were told it takes about 20 minutes but that is a bit generous - I’d say more like 10 minutes. But you can keep going around as many times as...More
We did the walking maze - with all the challenges translated or with accompanying pictures so definitely fun for the kids. There were 26 activities hidden and it was great for a cloudy day - maybe not so much in full on heat. There is...More
We were a bit hesitant taking an 11 and 13 year old in - but we decided to go anyway. It was fun - we killed 2 hours there on a dull grey day. Activities as you go around - perfect for primary age -...More
Really enjoyed 2 to 3 hours here with our 12 and 9 year old boys on a damp day doing the quiz around the maize maze. The quiz caters for English speaking visitors as well.as French and is educational and really well thought out -...More