Tulleys Farm Summer Maze Park: Entry for Family of Four for £13.50 (60% Off)
- Four mile long maize maze
- More than 25 family attractions
- Attractions include Secret Forest and Fun Yard
- Refreshments and gift shop
- Entry for two adults and two children to maze and attractions
- Free entry for children under 2
- Valid for daytime and 'Torch Light' evenings
1 ticket per family. up to 2 more tickets may be purchased as gifts. Present printed Groupon at entrance. Valid 10am-6pm; last entry 5pm for daytime entry; 7pm-11pm for Torch Light evenings (17-18, 24-25, 31 August; 1, 7, 8 September only.). Valid for 2 adults and 2 children aged 2 to 13. Children under 2 admitted for free. Ages 14 and older classed as adults. Goofy Golf will incur a £1 supplement per game, and Gem Mining will incur a £3 supplement per bucket. Original values verified 20 June 2012 at 3.09pm.
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Keeping the cat in the bag and getting your ducks in a row is important if planning a wild goose chase. Go for a gander with today's Groupon: £13.50 entry for a family of four to Tulleys Farm Summer Maze Park.
From a towering maize labyrinth to pedal karts, haystacks, and racing pigs, Tulleys Farm Maze Park offers adventures for even the most fearless of family members. The maze is nine feet tall and nearly four miles long, twisting and turning through a mind-boggling series of dead ends and double-backs. A dedicated band of fairies and pixies have left clues through the secret forest, and the fun yard is filled with an inflatable slide, a rope maze, and a straw mountain, all criss-crossed by tractor and quad bike barrel rides.
Families of two adults and two children can sprint and yelp around the adventure park, tackling the maize maze in groups or racing each other to the top of the giant slide. Guests are advised to look out for the exuberant pigs and one particularly audacious goat, who has been known to climb up to the most unlikely places. Night owls may opt to attend one of the farm's Torch Light evenings, which add an exciting, and rather more dimly lit, element to maze navigation.