The maze is open daily and is free to enter.
The nearest stations are Crystal Palace station and Penge West station. Penge is a step free station for platform 1 (Trains towards London Bridge) and ticket office only. For buggies, we recommend Crystal Palace station.
Free parking is available at the Thicket Road and Anerley Hill entrances.
The maze and park are buggy friendly but bear in mind there are many hills and surfaces may be uneven.
Yes, there are baby-changing faciliites near the Penge entrance and café. Toilets are located near the visitors centre, at the Thicket Road entrance of the park.
For something to eat, head to the nearby Lorenzos Ristorante (73 Westow Hill) for Italian classics. They have an excellent children’s menu with classics like pizza and spaghetti bolognese.
Once you’ve made it out the maze, explore the rest of what the park has to offer. You’ll find life-size dinosaurs built by the Victorians lurking in the trees, and also a children’s farm, a well-equipped playground and, of course, plenty of green space to tire out little legs. If you have a smartphone, you can listen to a free audio guide while exploring the dinosaur trail. Download it from the Audio Trails website.
Opening and dates are subject to change – please call the venue or check the website for more details before setting off.