Get lost in these cool corn mazes in Massachusetts - Metro US

Get lost in these cool corn mazes in Massachusetts

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The corn maze is a fan-favorite, fall tradition and no one does autumn better than Boston. Bring some family and friends to enjoy the crisp weather, get lost and create some classic memories. Get those fall vibes going with some of Massachusetts’ best corn mazes.

Conner’s Farm

The seven-acre maze at Conner’s Farm has a new theme every fall, and this year’s a tribute to local race car legend, Bentley Warren. Visitors can stop during the day or after the sun sets to participate in the Haunt Farm & Flashlight Maze where they will be given flashlights to explore the maze after dark.

Through Oct. 31, 30 Valley Rd., Danvers, connorsfarm.com

Davis Mega Maze

Davis Mega Maze’s Go Pats attraction presents visitors with a challenge. The maze is almost three miles long and offers games to test you mentally and physically. At the end of the maze, you’ll find all the solutions to the games and the final Hammer Bell to ring in your success. Zip lining, outdoor laser tag and other fun events are also offered.

Through Oct. 31, 42 Redstone Hill Rd., Sterling, davismegamaze.com

Flint Farm

Flint Farm is a family-owned and operated business and this year their corn maze highlights their homegrown roots. The 2017 corn maze design reads, “Buy Fresh, Buy Local.” The corn maze is only open to the public on weekends, but visitors can also enjoy hayrides through the fields.

Through Oct. 31, 789 East St., Mansfield, flintfarmstand.com

Sauchuk Farm

New Englanders love football and this year Sauchuk Farm chose to show that love with a Tom Brady-inspired corn maze. Visitors can navigate their way out of the homage to the Patriots quarterback every weekend this fall. The farm also offers hay wagon rides, plus a Barnyard Ball Zone that includes baseball, basketball and football.

Through Oct. 29, 200 Center St., Plympton, sauchukmaze.com

Marini Farm

Make a game out of getting lost at Marini Corn Maze. Before you enter you’ll be given a game sheet and shown a video on how to play. Inside you’ll find 18 stations that give you answers to the questions on the sheet. No clues are given, so you must track your progress through the maze by the amount of answers you find. Once you’ve finished the game sheet, you’ve finished the maze. Marini Farm will also be hosting public events at the corn maze throughout the fall.

Through Oct. 31, 259 Linebrook Rd., Ipswich, marinicornmaze.com

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