Bonn. The labyrinth on the Blumenwiese in Bonn’s Rheinaue has become a tradition and has been open again since the weekend.
The largest mobile labyrinth in the world has been open on the Blumenwiese since Saturday – now in its 20th season. On the more than one kilometre long route, visitors will again find all sorts of dead ends between the usual yellow tarpaulins and for all those who reach the destination, a view over Bonn’s Rheinaue from the vantage point there.
The organisers from Freien Förderwerk Bonn promise lots of variety again this year. To avoid boredom, even on multiple visits, they will regularly change the pathways. What leads to the goal today, could end in nothing tomorrow.
The mobile labyrinth on the Blumenwiese in the Rheinaue will stay until 8 September and is open from 9am to 10pm daily. Up to the age of 17 you pay 4 Euro, after that the entrance fee is 4.50 Euro. Family and group prices as well as other information can be found at: www.verlaufen.com
Original text: general-anzeiger-bonn.de. Translation: kc