Great Vermont Corn Maze

Danville, VT

Where are we going?

Great Vermont Corn Maze
1404 Wheelock Rd
VT 05828

802 748 1399

What is there to do?

Have you ever experienced that iconic American corn maze? Well, if there is any place you should try for your first time (or a place for those seasoned pros!) it is the Great Vermont Corn Maze!

The Great Vermont Corn Maze has been described as an epic journey, and when you get there you will see why! We hope you're ready to navigate your way through MILES of trails that are lined with towering walls up to 12 feet tall! Did you know that there are over 50 feet of bridges too within the maze? 

It's so much more than just a maze! But don't worry if you get a little nervous, there are plenty of emergency exits that you can head out from if it all gets too much!

Want to hear something else cool? The Great Vermont Corn Maze offers you your very own GPS system! See, we told you that there wasn't anything to worry about! It is also a maze with an actual tunnel through it!

We have to warn you though, apparently it takes the average adult couple a whole 2 hours to make it through the maze, so you can see what you're up for! Most of the visitors spend up to 6 hours at the farm, so you really can spend a whole day out there! 

If you have little ones that are not up for such a daunting maze, there is a less challenging maze. There is also the Barnyard Area which have some pretty cool things for those little farm lovers, including a playhouse building, slide and underground tunnels. 

The Petting Zoo is always a favorite of the kids too, as is the Barnyard Golf! We haven't even got to the Kids Village yet! 

For that ultimate farm fun experience, the Great Vermont Corn Maze has everything you need!

How much does it cost?

Adults: $15

Children: $10. Barnyard is free admission with Corn Maze, otherwise $5

Discount: Seniors $10

Free Under: 5 years.


Need a little extra help?

If you have special needs then just give them a call to check accessibility


When can we go?

Open at 10 am, 7 days a week (weather permitting)

Late July to end of October


Any top tips?

Most visits are around 3 to 5 hours, so make sure you plan enough time to see everything!

I’m Hungry!

They sell candy, popcorn, water, soda, juice and ice cream - great for those treats!

Healthy Eating

It's best to bring your own savoury food to off set the yummy snacks the offer - Fun things to do with kids and best places to visit in the US
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