Opening Saturday, Sept 9th
7-Acre Corn Maze
The Maze Park, corn maze, farm stand, bakery and other attractions provide a great destination for kids birthday parties, school trips, corporate team building, scout outings, and family activities. We are located in beautiful Ipswich, Massachusetts a pleasant drive from Boston.
Our Corn Maze is not your typical walk through the stalks – it is educational and interactive. There are 18 stations strategically placed throughout the maze with answers to a game sheet that you will be given before entering. We don’t give you clues…you need to find your way out on your own! You will be able to track your progress through the maze by the amount of answers you find on your game sheet. A finished game sheet is a finished maze!
Average time to complete the scavenger hunt corn maze is 1.5 hours — so put on your sturdy shoes or sneakers and come enjoy the experience!
For our youngest adventurers, we also have a 1 acre/20 minute “mini maze”. Their very own 5 stations scavenger hunt awaits.
Avoid Topsfield Fair Traffic: Exit 78 (Rt. 133 East towards Rowley), Follow Rt. 133 East to first light at Agawam Diner, turn RIGHT onto Rt. 1S/Newburyport Turnpike Follow Rt. 1S to light at Cumberland Farms, Turn LEFT onto Linebrook Road Parking on the left immediately after the pond. (Please do NOT park in the farm stand parking lot. Play area parking is located between house and pond on grass lot)
ADMISSION & PRICING
Admission: $18.99 per person (age 3 and up - adults and children)
Military & Senior Discount - $2.00 off with valid ID
Ages 2 and under FREE (w/ paying adult)
All children, age 13 and under, MUST have a paying adult inside the maze park/corn maze at all times
General Admission Pricing Policy: Like other similar entertainment venues, Marini Farm Maze Park Play Area and Corn Maze uses a general admission pricing policy. Each person in your party, regardless of age and ability, must purchase an admission wristband to enter the Maze Park Play Area.
* Parents are responsible for the safety and behavior of their children