When is the labyrinth open?

The opening of the corn maze is on August 11, 2020.

You can find our opening hours here on the website Contact.The last visitor is let into the labyrinth 30 minutes before the end of opening hours.

Due to weather conditions, however, there may be shifts and changes in opening hours.

Please refer to the info's on this website, Instagram and Facebook.

What is the best thing to wear?

Since the corn maze is planted in a field, stable shoes suitable for the weather are available.

Catering & Drinks

Eating is prohibited in the cornfield itself. Theoretically you can provide yourself with drinks.

Directly at the corn field you have the possibility to buy the delicious juices & seccos as well as food specialities of Paul's farm at one of our stands.

Seating arrangements

In front of the maize labyrinth there are seating possibilities.

In the labyrinth itself there is a rest and relaxation zone.

Ticket prices and scales

E-Tickets can be purchased online on this website using Paypal or credit card. The e-ticket will be sent to you by mail after payment via QR-Code.

There are adult and reduced tickets. Reduced tickets are valid for pupils, students and pensioners upon presentation of a valid ID.

Adults 5,50 €, Reduced ticket 3,00 €

In front of the Maize-Labyrinth there is a small box office where you can also buy the tickets.

Arrival & Parking

The maize labyrinth field is located between Hofheim-Wallau and Wiesbaden-Nordenstadt.

For the journey you can our route planner use.
You could target "Paul's Bauernhof Verkaufsstand Hofheim" on Google.

Parking spaces are available right next to the Mais-Labyrinth.

Dogs in the Maize-Labyrinth

Dogs are allowed on a leash and tightly led into the Maislabyrinth.

We assume that master and dog behave in the labyrinth in a clean and orderly manner.

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