An exciting labyrinth in the middle of a corn fieldThe corn maze at Oestergaard manor
Crossing the corn maze
Don't get lost in this huge yellow labyrinth
The Lempelius family, owners of the Oestergaard manor, shows us a great touristic natural adventure created out of corn every year from July to September. A total of 275,000 corn plants then offer a 3,000 metre long corn maze on an area of three football fields.
Children and adults can test their navigational skills and solve multiple tasks on their way. If you fear you can't depend on your sense of direction, you may even bring along your dog on a leash to this natural labyrinth and follow their nose.
Tasteful surprises are waiting for children at the end of the maze. Adults may enjoy coffee and ice cream delicacies or cool drinks in the nearby café instead and relish the wild nature on the Oestergaard estate.
If you think the maze is too easy to solve in daylight conditions, enjoy the ghost nights and find objects in the dark within the maze. It is a truly 'amazing' experience which is offered regularly between July and September. However, beware of the two-legged, ill-tempered ghosts.