We’re really resisting the urge to use an a-maze-ing pun here… York Maze, is quite simply the largest maze in the UK. Its twisting walkways spread over 15 acres, using more than one million maize plants to create its dizzying effects in farmers’ fields just outside the city of York.
Remember the 1980s film Labyrinth starring the late, great David Bowie? Well that’s the kind of feel you get with a visit to Yorkshire’s most famous folly, The Forbidden Corner. This unique labyrinth of tunnels, chambers and surprises created within a four-acre garden in the heart of Tupgill Park in the Yorkshire Dales claims to be the strangest place in the world – and it’s hard to disagree with them.
See some of the best views in the country by cycling the North York Moors national park. Sutton Bank Bikes is a bike shop that also offers instruction and guided tours at some spectacular locations with breathtaking 360-degree views of North York Moors National Park and beyond.
There’s a world of Yorkshire family adventures going on at Camp Hill, from quad bikes and Segways, to an adventure playground, games and quizzes, zip wiring and more. Open from February 13 on weekends, school holidays, and bank holidays, Camp Hill offers adventures for all the family.
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