The Great Ryedale Maze is set to return for a third year next month.
The event will bring a “field full of fun” to Sherburn from Friday 15th July, running until Sunday 4th September.
Families are invited to take part in two mazes, alongside a vintage funfair, football darts and live entertainment.
The larger of the two mazes comprises nine acres of maize plants – that’s 55,000 seeds – and over two miles of paths.
For younger adventurers there’s a two-acre mini-maze, themed on the dinosaurs that used to roam Yorkshire millions of years ago.
The popular Bale Mountain will also make a return, offering kids the chance to practise their climbing skills and enjoy a view of the fairground.
Organiser of The Great Ryedale Maze, James Cundall said:
“We are very excited to be bringing The Great Ryedale Maze back to the heart of North Yorkshire for a third year.
“We’ve introduced unlimited funfair rides and the same price for children and adults this year so visitors can enjoy better value for their money and stay as long as they like enjoying all the rides we have to offer, as well as the two mazes and entertainment in the Big Top.”
The Great Ryedale Maze will be open every day from 15th July to 4th September 2022, from 9.30am to 5.30pm with last admissions at 4.00pm. Tickets are priced at £13.95 for adults and children (aged 3+) with under 3s free.
Tickets for The Great Ryedale Maze can be purchased at the box office on site once the event opens or booked in advance through Ticketsource.
The Great Ryedale Maze is located just off the A64 in Sherburn, approximately 11 miles from both Malton and Scarborough.