Sign at entrance to Maze said, "Children lost and left in the Maze will be sold into slavery!"
The Maze has many Bridges which cross over other paths, however, no connection to that crossed path. Bridges have walls so it is hard to see the rest of the Maze to try to figure out which way to go!
While Dan and Scotty are visiting the butterfly house on the grounds, Jan and I chat. Jan photographs some chaffinches on the ground near where we are sitting.
To help finance the upkeep on Longleat House and the Estate, the Sixth Marquess of Bath was the first in England to provided attractions for visitor. Besides tours of the House , the Maze and others, the main attraction is the Longleat Safari Park, famous for its lions. We did not have time to do the House or the Safari Park.
Dinner is delicious lasagna (made with cheese from the famed cheese town of Cheddar) at the Rodney Stokes Restaurant near Cheddar.
We spend the night at the Bay Rose House (our B & B for June 28), Cheddar.