The maze has three sections. For history buffs, there's the Texas History Maze, an interactive walking trail that takes visitors through all the milestones of Texas history beyond simply remembering the Alamo. The trivia about everything from the Spanish explorers to NASA may leave you more befuddled and dizzier than the actual labyrinth.
If that's too intellectual, try the Heritage Quilt Maze, with wide paths and open areas where children can run wild. There's an adjoining Cloud Maze for toddlers.
The more adult Field of Screams is an homage to the cornfields of horror movies, from Children of the Corn to The Mummy Returns. The intricate maze is narrow and has more twists and turns than any flip of a coin could help you through. Bring a flashlight or your handy night-vision goggles if you're brave enough to go after sundown.
In case you're directionally challenged, there are two observation decks. If they can find them, visitors can climb 12 feet above the confusion and spot the way out of the maze to safety, and maybe a little mockery.