This years theme is still to be announced... keep an eye on our social media for updates!
Our puzzling fun park includes our 3 maize mazes, a fort maze and 3 woodlands...Plus don’t forget we also have ride on tractors, pedal go-karts (for adults and kids!), sand pits, garden games and much much more...!
A full day of fun for all!
Millets’ first ever maize maze was a Guinness World Record breaker? Take a look at the history of our a-MAZE-ing mazes in the Maize Maze History tab above.
Want to experience the maze in the dark? Come and get lost on one of our torchlight nights and experience the maze in a completely different light! It’s all the fun and excitement of our daytime maze but with a little bit of eerie-ness thrown in!
Depending on the weather, you might want to bring some warm clothing and of course, don’t forget your torch!
Friday 1st September
Saturday 2nd September
Open 7pm – 10pm, last entry 8.30pm.
Please note you need a separate ticket to enjoy one of our torchlight nights.
WE WILL NOT BE ACCEPTING WALK IN CUSTOMERS TO THESE EVENINGS. PLEASE PRE-BOOK TICKETS TO GUARANTEE ENTRY.
Day tickets cannot be used for these events.
- Child/Adult entry only: £7 (under 2's free)
- Child/Adult entry PLUS hot food and a soft drink (can of drink or hot drink): £14 or an alcoholic drink (beer, ale, wine or cider): £16
Millets were the first ever venue to plant a maize maze in the UK? Take a look at the history of our a-MAZE-ing mazes in the Maize Maze History tab above.
The Millets Maize Maze is open daily from Tuesday 18th July through to Sunday 3rd September inclusively.
Doors open at 9:30am with last entry at 3.30pm and we close at 5.30pm.
Please book tickets online in advance and select your preferred date and entry time. All tickets include use of all maze activities and allow you come in and out of the maze area all day. Regardless of your arrival time, you are welcome to stay until we close at 5:30pm. Subject to availability and capacity, some tickets may be available on the day at the entrance ticket booth but this is not guaranteed.
We will also be opening the maze for 2 torchlight nights this Summer so you can experience the maze at night! These are being held on Friday 1st & Saturday 2nd September from 7pm - 10pm (last entry 8:30pm).
|Under 2 (please ensure you purchase a free ticket when booking for any children under 2 years)||Free|
|Torchlight night entry tickets||£7|
|Torchlight tickets with food & drink||£14/£16|
Torchlight tickets come and get lost in the dark...but remember to bring a torch! Friday 1st and Saturday 2nd September...7pm-10pm (last entry at 8.30pm)!
There’s a lot to do at the Maize Maze – to make the most of your visit, we suggest families allow at least 2 hours to complete all the activities. Our maze is located on the overflow car park.
Our first ever maize maze was planted over 20 years ago? Take a look at the history of our a-MAZE-ing mazes in the Maize Maze History tab above.
No. The maze and all the courtyard activities are included in your entry ticket. We do however sell drinks, snacks and merchandise from our kiosk.
Yes, we recommend pre-booking your tickets to ensure you can visit on the day you desire. If we have capacity tickets will be available to purchase on the day. Any pre-purchased tickets are non-refundable, however if you email us at least 24 hours prior to your booked date we will endeavour to accomodate change requests. Also, if you create an account when making your booking you'll beable to change your booking as many times as you like (depending on availability).
This shouldn't be a problem, but may mean you'll need to queue at admissions. Please note our entrance kiosk is closed from 12noon - 2pm so entry between these times isn't possible.
No, children under 16 need to be accompanied by an adult.
Please see our carers policy here which applies to this event
The mega maze takes approximately 1 hour to complete, but make sure you allow extra time to enjoy all the other activities including the mini maize maze, woodlands, fort maze & courtyard areas.
Yes, your entry ticket allows you to come and go as many times as you wish on that day. Why not check out the other attractions at Millets Farm Centre?
Unfortunately we have a set entry price into the maze complex, but there are lots of other great activities available at Millets Farm for families to enjoy over the summer, including the children’s playarea, animal walkway and carousel.
No. We’re open from Tuesday 18th July to Sunday 3rd September. As the maize is a planted crop it is harvested in the autumn and used as animal feed.
Yes, we aim to stay open in all weathers, although persistent heavy rain could make some of the maze features unsafe which would mean we would be forced to close for health and safety reasons. All ticket holders will be contacted in these circumstances. Some of the activities in the courtyard would be closed during rain showers, such as the trampolines.
The Maize Maze is a growing crop planted each year into a regular field. The paths are well prepared and free of stones, but solid footwear suitable for walking distances is advisable. Please dress appropriately for the weather conditions, if it is hot, do remember a sun hat, and if it looks like rain, a waterproof jacket.
We have port-a-loos within the the courtyard area (not within the maze itself). Additional facilities are located next to the Farm Shop.
Our baby changing facilities are located in the main toilet block next to the Farm Shop (approx 150 meters away).
No. Dogs are allowed in the overflow car parking areas but for hygiene reasons they are not allowed inside the maze with the exception of service dogs.
As the maize is a real growing crop the pathways are soil. We try and ensure the maze pathways are smooth and compact but pushchairs and wheelchairs may struggle.
Yes. We also have a range of eateries within the Farm Centre. For more details, visit our Food page here.
No. Millets Maze is proud to be a smoke & vapour free area. Smoking and vaping is not permitted within the maze, courtyard or its surrounding areas.
Alcohol is not permitted in the maize during the day, however, during our torchlight nights, we are happy for adults to enjoy a drink responsibly in our courtyard area.
Maize is a tropical plant that can grow over 7ft tall? Find out more about our a-MAZE-ing mazes in the Maize Maze History tab above.
Our first ever Maize Maze was in 1997 and was the first one of its kind in the UK. People flocked far and wide to try it out and it even got into the Guinness World Records for being the first in the country...and this year we celebrated our 25th year!
Our original maze had 3.73 miles of pathways covering almost 8 acres – it took some visitors 4 hours to complete! We’ve since reigned it back a little bit to make it more manageable and it now covers an area of 6 acres and 2.5 miles. Phew!
Which of our mazes have you escaped?
Pirate Ship (1999)
Woodland Theme (2000)
Space Rocket (2001)
Jungle Theme (2002)
Battle of Trafalgar (2005)
Around the world in 80 days (2006)
Magical Maze (2007)
Alice in Wonderland (2011)
Animal Games (2012)
Maze Trap (2013)
World War ll (2015)
Majestic Maze (2016)
Wild West (2018)