This exciting summer event, running from July to September, promises something for the whole family to enjoy. We planted the maize in April and It grows throughout the summer, during which time the maize crop is cut out and made into a giant maze!
In the maze you will be challenged by quiz boards for adults and children, which will also help you navigate. There are bridges and towers so you can get a great view of the maze. We also have a large open court yard which features some quick six minute mazes, a rest area with refreshments and the popular children's ride on electric tractors.
So if you are looking for somewhere different and fun to take the children this summer, we challenge you to conquer the Thornton Abbey Maize Maze.
In 2021 we will be open every day from 17th July - 5th September. 10am - 5pm. Then open for last maze weekend on 11th & 12th September.
Adults and Children over 3: £7.50
Seniors & Students: £6.50 (with valid ID)
Family of up to five: £27.99 (1 Adult and up to 4 children or 2 Adults and up to 3 children)
Family season Pass: £49.99 (Valid from 1st January to 1st November - season pass will now include entry during October)
All attractions are included in the entry price except for the small £1 children's ride on tractors.
Again this year we will have two mazes, our main maze with nine question boards and our mini maze for little legs!
Dogs on leeds are welcome, but please can you remember to bring bags with you!
Food and beverage
Cold drinks are usually available from the shop along with tea and coffee. Chocolate bars and local crisps are also sold. We also stock a selection of ice cream and ice lollies.
If you would like to bring a picnic please do.
And we now have a good selection of pocket money toys on sale too!
Accessibility and Amenities
We welcome everyone at the maze, we now have three toilets, one with wider door access. Unfortunately we don't as yet have ramp access into the toilets. We also have a separate baby change room.
During dry weather the maze courtyard is accessible for wheelchair users, but most of it is a grass field there is limited hardstanding. The maze itself is probably not suitable for wheelchair users but does depend on the type of wheelchair. There is also a side entrance so wheelchair users don't have to go through the shop at the maze entrance.
Most of our attractions are disabled friendly and we are happy to help in whatever way we can to ensure you have a good day out.
Ulceby, North Lincolnshire