Tasmazia & The Village Of Lower Crackpot, Promised Land

(4.1/5 based on 340+ reviews on the web)
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TripAdvisor
  • What a lot of work and maintenance, pride, ideas and sheer genius has made this place quite extraordinary. Lot's of different mazes, lots of amazing little towns and villages (with some adult humour f...  more »
  • Navigate 8 mazes, giggle at the embassy gardens & laugh at the Village of Lower Crackpot. Adding to the fun, there is a list of things to keep a lookout for such as the kitchen sink, the plumbers memo...  more »
  • Had the best day out with family for ages. Not just for the kids. Laughed nearly all the way through the mazes, the humorous notations throughout kept us all in stitches. Very well done, reasonable pr...  more »
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  • Artistic creativity gone wild, in an amazing and comical way. So much fun for not just the kids but the adults too. Political satire, endless high hedge mazes and great operational team make it a great day out to remember.
  • Great day out with friends at the mazes. You have to stop by the Pancake Parlour for pancakes. Absolutely divine. Soft, fluffy pancakes with ice-cream on the side. I don't like whipped cream so they gave me an extra scoop of ice-cream instead. Best pancakes I've ever had.
  • Interesting little town. The maze us quirky and blatantly religious but fun none the less
  • Great maze, lots of fun for the kids. HIGHLY RECOMMEND YOU BRING A PACKED LUNCH! ....rip off food, laughable prices targeted at tourists. If the entry price was lower I would go back for the sake of it but not planning on it at the price they ask for entry.
  • Very fun for kids. Easy to get lost in the giant hedge maze, good for the whole family