Lost Legends of The Stone Circle

Navigate the snaking paths of a maze to find intriguing characters waiting to tell you their stories. At the centre of this bewitching attraction, find our dramatic stone circle – the portal through which our cast of characters emerged... 


Building on ancient Welsh traditions of passing on legends by word of mouth, The Stone Circle is an enchanted world awash with tales long since forgotten. Inspired by Celtic myths, this simple maze is filled with sculptural figures of fairies, changelings and giants, Druid Ruins and The Stone Circle. Find the stories as you follow the open air pathways. Pick up clues from around the maze to complete our quiz and you will win a silver or gold medal!*

Scenic artist Stephanie Pasiewicz has designed the layout and the impressive sculptures found throughout the maze. Steph’s previous work has included the opening ceremony for the London 2012 Olympics, Tim Burton’s “Frankenweenie” (2012) and countless full scale theatre productions.

The installations are designed to work in harmony with nature. Our purpose built pond, the lair of the Lady of Llyn Y Fan Fach, plays host to newts and frogs. Exotic dragonflies and butterflies have also been spotted warming up on the stones of our new megalith and a range of birds, from common robins to the rarer gold-crested wrens, can be seen playing amongst the trees,  shrubs and plants.

The Stone Circle seeks to surprise, entertain and to teach a little bit about welsh folklore. Once you’ve re-entered the real world, you can tell all of your friends and family about this unique and exciting experience, and you might even have a medal to show off too!​

* Please note that this is magic gold and of no value to human jewellers. It’s of some significance in the fairy world though...

Lost Legends of The Stone Circle is right next to King Arthur’s Labyrinth.

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Get half price admission to The Stone Circle when also buying a ticket for King Arthur’s Labyrinth! Click here

The Green Man Giant Idwal The Stone Circle

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