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HAVE SOME FUN AT HALL’S PUMPKIN FARM & CORN MAZE

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Enjoy a classic fall tradition at Hall’s Pumpkin Farm & Corn Maze in Grapevine – just a 30-minute drive from Olympus 7th Street Station and the downtown Fort Worth area. Every October and November, this family farm offers up nostalgic, harvest-themed fun with a pumpkin patch, corn maze, and hayrides that kids and kids-at-heart will love.

Pumpkins Galore

See pumpkins still growing in the fields and find freshly harvested pumpkins of all shapes, sizes, and varieties at Hall’s. Prices vary by size. There are also gourds of all kinds, hay bales, and cornstalks available, if you’re going big with your fall and Thanksgiving decorations this year. Don’t forget to snap some great photos among the scarecrows, haystacks, and farm animals, too.

Old-Fashioned Hayrides

Bounce along in a hay-filled tractor trailer on a tour of the farm. Daytime hayrides stop along the way so you can feed the cows and donkeys, but rides after dark don’t make any stops. Even farm animals need their beauty rest! For guest safety, the number of people in each hayride will be limited. Tickets are sold starting at the open of business for same day rides only, and you can view the hayride schedule online. Daylight rides cost $5 and rides after dark are $3.

Corn Maze

Get ready for twists, turns, and dead ends amid 2 acres of thickly planted corn at Hall’s corn maze. The towering stalks will confound you as you try to find your way through the disorienting paths, with most visitors taking 15 to 20 minutes to solve the puzzle and find the exit. For an added degree of difficulty and spookiness (“Children of the Corn,” anyone?), tackle the maze with a flashlight after dark. It’s open during the farm’s regular hours of operation, with last admission into the maze 15 minutes prior to closing time. Maze admission is $5 on weekdays and is included in the general admission fee on weekends. The number of guests admitted at one time is limited to facilitate social distancing.

Schedule & Prices

The fall fun at Hall’s happens every day except Monday. Daily hours of operation vary and are listed on their website. General admission is free Tuesday through Friday. Weekend admission is $15 for visitors aged 12 and over, $10 for kids aged four to 11, and free for kids under the age of 4. The weekend admission fee includes entrance to the corn maze and parking. Pumpkins, hayrides, and concessions are also available for purchase. Hall’s is a cash-only operation and pets and outside food are not allowed. Masks are required for all visitors over the age of 10, and you can see all their latest COVID-19 updates here.

Enjoy all the old-fashioned fun at Hall’s Pumpkin Farm & Corn Maze this fall. For more activities and entertainment in the Fort Worth area, check out our blog.

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