An Eden Valley, Minnesota amusement park, A Maze’n Farmyard offers affordable entertainment to guests of all ages. The park is owned by Sheila and Paul Haag and offers a huge range of attractions to guests. However, one of the most memorable attractions at A Maze’n Farmyard is the permanent, 20,000-square-foot maze.

Mazes have been entertaining individuals for centuries and they can be found in a number of countries. Below are some of the world’s top mazes:

- Schonbrunn Palace Maze: This maze is found in Vienna, Austria, and was planted in 1998 to replace the former palace maze that stood in its place. Covering roughly 1,715 msq, the maze is well-known for its symmetry and history.

- Longleat Maze: The longest hedge maze in the world, Longleat Maze in Wiltshire, England, stretches for more than 1.5 miles. It is located on 8,000 acres of land once owned by the different Marquesses of Bath and is accompanied by a Safari Park and three smaller mazes.

- Villa Pisani labyrinth: Many individuals, including Napoleon, have tried and failed to solve this maze. Located in Stra, Italy, the Villa Pisani labyrinth was built in 1720 and consisted of nine concentric rings that are too tall to look over. Challengers can only view the full maze from the turret found in its center.

- Dole Pineapple Maze: For many years, the Dole Pineapple Maze in Wahiawa, Hawaii, was the largest maze in the world. Constructed from 14,000 varieties of vegetation and featuring over two miles of paths, the maze features eight secret stations and a pineapple design in the center.

At Minnesota’s A Maze’n Farmyard, animals and activities excite children as well as their parents and teachers.

At Minnesota’s A Maze’n Farmyard, animals and activities excite children as well as their parents and teachers.