The Maize Maze at Red House Farm

The Maize Maze 2016 - NOW CLOSED

Maize Maze

Created from over 500,000 maize plants, the Red House Farm Maize Maze is a fabulous, fun-filled attraction based in the village of Dunham Massey, near Altrincham.

The paths of the maze are sufficiently wide to accommodate wheelchairs and buggies, although of course it is easier to negotiate on drier days. Dogs are welcome as long as they are kept on a lead and any mess is cleaned up. Free onsite parking is also available.

Our array of great attractions including the ever-popular barrel train, climbing wall, inflatable slide and bouncy castles, trampolines, straw mountain and even laser quest will ensure a fantastic day out for the whole family. In addition to our award-winning tea rooms, on-site refreshments and a BBQ are available at the Maze along with our farm shop.

Maize Maze 2016

NOW CLOSED FOR THE 2016 SEASON

Thank you to all who attended this year. The Maize Maze will be back mid-July 2017.

FAQ's

Is the maze open?

NO, it is now closed for the 2016 season but will be returning 2017. The Maize Maze is a summer attraction only, running in line with the school holidays from mid-July to the end of August as well as weekends throughout September. The maze is not available at Easter or Halloween.

Are dogs allowed around the maze?

Yes, well behaved dogs are welcome provided you adhere to the following. They must be kept on a lead at all times, and any fouling is to be cleaned up and taken with you (not discarded in the bins please). Please be advised dogs are not permitted inside the farm shop or tea rooms (except guide dogs).

Are the maze pathways wide enough for buggies/wheelchairs?

Yes, and pathways are provided alongside the bridges for buggy or wheelchair access. Please be advised that buggies and prams are not recommended after heavy rainfall, as the pathways can be muddy

What do you get for the summer pass?

The summer pass is charged at £32.50 per child. We will need to take a head shot photo which will then be printed onto a card. This allows the child free access to the maze and activities for the rest of the summer, accompanied by one adult free of charge (it doesn't have to be the same adult every time). The summer pass does not include laser tag which is charged separately.

What if we get lost?

Well, that's kind of the point, but all guests are given a map when they enter the maze, as well as a flag to attract the attention of staff who are sited on the bridges. In the highly unlikely event of an emergency, staff are able to cut through the maze to quickly reach any customer needing assistance.