Ajusco's Labyrinth Mexico City – The most random spot in CDMX

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"Ajusco's Labyrinth" is a really weird but awesome spot just outside Mexico City. It's an actual labyrinth in a huge British estate in a beautiful area...

Ajusco's Labyrinth is a really weird but awesome spot in Mexico City. It is an actual labyrinth that is inside of a huge estate and its owner accepts visits from people, so anyone can enjoy his yard.

His name is Ignacio Figueroa and he is the creator of this labyrinth; it is an almost exact replica of the one in Hever Castle (UK). Getting out of it is a lot of fun. 

You can also visit the house that is in the same estate, which has very rare objects and includes a very interesting tour: this is a Tudor-style house, typical of England. I really recommend it, it is very thrilling. 

Before or after your visit, you can even enjoy a nice meal in the surrounding area, Ajusco, the highest point of Mexico City. Ajusco was a volcano (now extinct), popularly identified as Xitle, which gave rise to the scree (Pedregal) located in the south of the city.

About this spot

Camino Viejo al Maninal, Santo Tomas Ajusco

10:00 - 17:00 daily

Entrance:

MXN

50

+52

5512757411

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