been in a couple of mazes around several parks, and this is the most
complicated to find your way round. It's one that if you do properly
you can get lost in, and it will take you a while to find your way
out. This can be a slight problem as the only decoration in the maze
is the clock at the heart of it, so it gets a little repetitive
after a few minutes of walking around.
Luckily there is a remedy to this situation.
might have noticed I mentioned doing it properly. They've cut small
doors in the hedges to allow small children to easily find there way
out if they get lost. Do you think the fact they were intended for
children stopped stopped me using them?
It's nice to see a park actually host a maze that feels like a
proper adult maze, not something designed to amuse kids, where you'd
have to be blind to get lost. However it needs a few more features,
perhaps either some themed models or floor obstacles to get the
interest level higher.