This page is to document and map mazes. These probably require aerial imagery or SIRFstar3 devices.
For information, see Proposed features/maze.and
A maze has multiple paths that can be taken to an exit. A labyrinth only has one path, that typically spirals from the outside to the middle. Sketchplanation on the difference
Often there may be "emergency exits" that can be used to leave the maze or labyrinth without going all the way round.
The proposal for attraction=maze Proposed features/maze was not discussed but is in use.
- Laberinto Vegetal, Montecarlo, Misiones. [Mapping]
- Monash Maze, Monash, South Australia
- Aschombe Maze & Lavender Gardens, Shoreham, Victoria
- St. Othmar Church, Mödling, Lower Austria
- Mosigkau, Dessau-Roßlau, Sachsen-Anhalt. 
- Schloss Salem, Baden-Württemberg 
- Irrgarten Kleinwelka  They call themself: biggest maze of Germany
- Höhenhof, Holzbach, Rheinland-Pfalz 
- Labirinto del Castello di Donnafugata, Sicily, Italy 
- Labirinto di Villa Pisani, Stra (Padua), Italy 
- Labirinto della Masone, Parma, Italy 
- Labyrint Drielandenpunt, Vaals. 
- Labyrint of Park of Son Puig (the maze itself has no name. It has bushes around footways) see this
- Hampton Court Maze, West of London 
- Longleat, Warminster, Wiltshire 
- Traquair House Maze, Innerleithen, Peeblesshire 
- Egeskov Slot, Fyn
- Samsølabyrinten, 'Guinness Book Of Records' verified "largest maze on Earth". 60,000m² with 5,380m footway.
- St Catherine's Hill, Winchester, Hampshire
- Leeds Castle, Kent.
- Roves Farm, Swindon.
- Peace Maze, County Down, Northern Ireland.
- Glendurgan Garden, Cornwall.
- Rufford Abbey, Nottinghamshire
- Dole Pineapple Garden Maze, Hawaii
- Maryland Renaissance Festival