The entire family can assist one another in finding their way through the large maze, designed by the poet and designer Piet Hein. It is - as far as we know - the world's largest maze and, on average, it'll take you 15 minutes to find your way to the centre.
There are several mazes at Egeskov for you to get lost in, the oldest having been created nearly 300 years ago. The round yew maze also makes an excellent challenge for both old and young ones.
You will find Egeskov's newest maze outside the park, at the parking area. Consisting of larch trees, the maze was designed by Count Claus Ahlefeldt. It is off charge to enter the maze and it is open all day.
Something for the whole family to enjoy or as we say get Lost ;-)!