Alongside the river Avon, near Pulteney Bridge, lies a small garden labyrinth, created by one of England’s most prolific labyrinth designers and inspired by Bath’s history. The paving stone maze, which weaves around a mosaic centre, is a favourite with younger children. Although called a maze, the design is technically a labyrinth; unlike a maze, which has a branching pattern, a labyrinth has only a single line, woven back and forth so don’t worry you won’t get lost in it!
Why visit The Beazer Maze in Bath?
The small labyrinth in Bath is inspired by the city’s Georgian architecture, as well as Isambard Kingdom Brunel’s railway designs, and is centred on a large Roman-inspired mosaic. This is a must-see attraction when visiting Bath!
- Free to the Public