England Wiltshire 

Longleat Hedge Maze

The Longleat Hedge Maze is known for being the longest hedge maze in the world, with a total length of more than 2.7 kilometres. The average visitor takes roughly 30 to 90 minutes to complete the maze. There are 6 raised bridges that provide an overhead view, which is helpful when you’re trying to figure out where to go next but don’t want to completely cheat by using your phone’s GPS. There are also numerous signs displaying the words “lift if lost” for maze goers who need a quick hint…

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The ancient stone circle of Stonehenge stands on Salisbury Plain in Wiltshire. This iconic archaeological site dates to the Neolithic period, some 4,500 years ago. Nobody knows who built Stonehenge, or what the stone circle was used for, but common theories suggest that the stones were a religious site used for worshipping ancient earth deities, a prehistoric observatory used to map the heavens, or a burial site for high ranking figures of the time. Whatever its intended use, the construction of Stonehenge was a monumental task, with the smaller Bluestones…

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