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Reaseheath Maize Maze and Zoo

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Reaseheath’s premier family attraction has been open to the general public each summer for the past Fifteen years! Each year a Maize Maze is formed in a crop of forage that can grow up to 3 metres high! Year on year the maze is themed to celebrate a significant event. We also cater for our younger visitors and anyone with less time to spare by offering a smaller Maize Maze.

In addition to your visit to the Maize Maze, why not visit our Zoo buy purchasing a combined ticket. There’s much to see and do at Reaseheath Zoo! With a combination of indoor and outdoor facilities the zoo provides an excellent addition on top of your visit to the Maize Maze. It’s situated just a short walk from our Maize Maze and Farm shop. The facilities at the zoo include:
• Aquatic Room
• Reptile and amphibian Rooms
• Invertebrate Rooms
• Outdoor enclosures
• Small animal/petting areas- (Rabbits/guinea pigs)
• Outdoor paddock enclosures
• Birds of Prey enclosures


Months Open: Late July - Early September, open daily 10am – 5pm
Car Parking: Yes
Admission Price: A single visit to the Maize Maze or Zoo:
£15 Family (2 adults and 3 children), £5 Adults, £4 Children (aged 3 – 16 years) and Concessions, Under 3′s FREE
Combined Attraction Ticket, visit to both the Maize Maze and Zoo:
£30 Family (2 adults and 3 children), £9 Adults, £7 Children (aged 3 – 16 years) and Concessions, Under 3′s FREE
Catering: Refreshments onsite

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