Hampton Court Maze

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Find the path from the entrance at the bottom of the Maze (marked with the red triangle in the illustration) to its center (marked with the red dot). 

The real Maze - the most famous hedge Maze in the World - is situated at
Hampton Court near London. It covers an area of a third of an acre (about 1350 sq meters), and its paths are half a mile (0.8 km) long. It might happen that looking at the above illustration you'll find this maze to be very simple. But don't be misled with its seemingly "simple" pattern*; it's incredible easy to lose yourself in this Maze! Jerome K. Jerome described how this may happen in his famous novel "Three Men in a Boat (To Say Nothing of the Dog)."

The Maze was planted in the
Hampton Court Palace Gardens in 1702. It still attracts people from all over the World, and every year thousands of them are happy "to be lost" in it.

* It's an old pattern of the Hampton Court Maze, which was slightly altered for 300 years.

Find more information about Hampton Court Palace and Hampton Court Maze.

Last Updated: September 1, 2009  |  Posted: July 26, 2001
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