The Corn Maze at Buttonwood Farm FAQ’s

Where is The Corn Maze at Buttonwood Farm?
The Corn Maze at Buttonwood Farm is located at 1963 Glasgo Road in Griswold CT (Rt 201 South). From Buttonwood Farm Ice Cream take a left onto Rt. 201 and the maze will be on your right.

When is it open?
The maze season is September 17 – October 30
Daily hours are as follows: Monday through Thursday reserved for field trips by appointment only. Saturday, Sunday from 10am til dusk.
We sell the last ticket 1 hour before sundown and the maze closes at dark.

How much does it cost?
General admission is $8.50 plus CT event tax for all. Ages 2 and under are free of charge. School field trip and group rates are available, please contact us for more information.

Do you charge sales tax?
Yes, Connecticut State Sales Tax is colllected.

Do you charge admission tax?
Yes, the State of Connecticut requires us to collect a 10% admission tax.

What is included in the price?
The price of admission includes all the fun! The only things that are not included are food, pumpkins or other merchandise. The maze, corn crib, duck races, rides, and straw mountain are ALL included in the general admission. Water cannon shots are sold separately. Pumpkins are sold by weight.

What form of payment do you take?
We accept cash, MasterCard and Visa credit cards.

Do you close for rain?
The maze is an all outdoor activity and subject to the weather. We can handle a little rain, but if it gets too wet we have to close. Call 860-376-4081 for up to date information and weather related closures.

Do you give refunds if it starts to rain?
We do not offer refunds, but if your visit is rained out part way through, we are happy to offer you a voucher to come back on a nicer day.

How long does it take to go through the maze?
This depends on your choices. Most people enjoy 45 minutes to 1 hour of getting lost. We have broken the maze into two phases, so you have to option of completing one or both parts, depending on your skill and patience. We do have corn cops to help you if you are completely confused.

How big is the Pumpkin Patch?
Approximately 3 acres of pumpkins are grown right at the maze for picking by the public and school trips. The pumpkin patch is a part of the corn maze and is not open for picking by the general public.

Is there food available?
We have food and drinks available for purchase, as well as our delicious farm fresh ice cream just around the corner.

Can I bring my pet?
We love animals, but unfortunately we cannot allow pets at the maze. Service animals are excepted of course.

Is the maze wheelchair/ stroller accessible?
Many people bring wheelchairs and strollers through the maze and the other attractions at the maze. You should be aware that each phase of the maze has a bridge, which is not accessible to wheeled vehicles, but paths are cut to go around them. Also, the ground tends to be uneven and bumpy in places.