In 1540, former chef of the English king Henry VII, John Thynn, bought the ruins of an ancient castle in the land Wiltshier, United Kingdom. Thynn rebuilt the castle, near which he built a plant maze. Since then, year after year, the labyrinth was increased by his followers, and in 1978, the current owner, Marquis Alexander Thynn has rearranged the field, turning it into a huge amusement park, open to the public.
On this occasion, it was found that the Longleat maze is the largest natural maze in the world. Measuring 3 km length of its trails, and to travel from one end to altu takes approximately two hours. That if you follow the track constantly.