Canada is known for being wildly polite, having some unusual slang, funky foods and scenic views, but we’ve also got fun!

From coast to coast, adventure seekers will find quirky roadside attractions, unique tours and in the winter – the world’s largest snow maze.

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Located just outside of Winnipeg in Saint Adolphe, Manitoba, you’ll find A Maze in Corn which was recognized by The Guinness Book of World Records in 2019.

With over 30,000 square feet of fun, guests can get lost for hours – unless they’re expert navigators.


Luckily, once you’ve completed the maze, there are plenty of other things to do and see.

In addition to its main attraction, A Maze in Corn has bonfires, a warming barn, sleigh rides and snow slides – but that’s not all!

This year, they’ll also have a giant luge run, snow games, a snow bar where you can sip on something a little more “adult” and a restaurant made entirely of snow called “The Den.”

Want to check it out? The snow maze is projected to open on January 26th, and The Den will soon be taking 2024 reservations.

There’s really no place quite like it, Canada.

Enjoy and good luck!

World’s Largest Snow Maze – A Maze in Corn, Manitoba

When:  Friday, January 26th, 2024 to mid-March (weather depending)
Where: 1351 Provincial Road 200, St. Adolphe, Manitoba
Cost: $15+