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Unravel the mystery of the largest hedge maze in the Mid-Atlantic states - a one acre ornamental garden at Luray Caverns. Eight foot tall hedges create a pathway of puzzlement. A misting fog provides cooling and visual effects. On your journey...more
What a great way to spend time with your family!! Let you kids try to find their way!! So much fun!!! There are lots of things to do once you have found your way!! The World known, Luray Caverns, Museums, Restaurant delicious handmade fudge, shopping...More
The help stations weren’t very helpful in my opinion. A little confusing with how they were set up. And make sure you have time you don’t know how long it will take you when your kid(s) want to keep exploring.... then suddenly “have to go”!...More
To be honest, I didn't want to waste the money on this when my youngest asked to go while we were visiting Luray Caverns. Grumpy old dad thought it was another tourist trap. It is, kind of, but it was also a lot of fun....More
If you are on the fence, it's a definite if you're in the area. Fun for our entire family. RIGHT next to it is a ropes course my kids enjoyed and you always tour the caverns all from the same parking lot!
I was worried that the garden maze at Luray would be a hokey tourist trap, and while I suppose I'm not far wrong, but they actually put a lot of thought into this thing that our group was swept up in a lot of infectious...More
We decided to do this along with Luray caverns. It took us about 20 minutes to complete. It was about 22 dollars for 3 adults. We have a corn maze in the fall where we live. It was nice to go through greenery.