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Washington DMV Fun: Flashlight Corn Maze is Spooky and Fun

The corn maze at night is an entirely different experience. (Photo: Greenstreet Gardens_

LOTHIAN, MD – Corn mazes are always fun, but when was the last time you did one at night using only a flashlight?

“Our family did it in Iowa once and it was really fun,” says Jo Robinson. “We live in Alexandria and are planning to go this Saturday night.”

The corn maze occupies six acres of the farm at Greenstreet Gardens, located in Lothian, MD a small rural spot only 30 minutes outside of Washington, DC. Of course you can also explore the cornstalk adventure during the day and find your way using the sun.

But the flashlight maze experience is available only two more times this year, Saturday, October 24 and Saturday, October 31. After finding your way through the cornstalks, pick out a pumpkin in the patch, and enjoy some time by the roaring bonfire.

This year due to the safety mandates, customers are asked to pre-purchase their tickets online and reserve their arrival time. There are a limited amount of spaces available on the farm – arrival times are spaced out throughout the day, so if the time you want is booked, check into other times of the day!

General Admission: $6.00

Under 2 Years Old: Free Admission (Please do not include 2 and under in your ticket purchase. Children 2 & under will be checked in at the door.)

Admission includes entrance fee & all activities – does NOT include food & drink, pumpkins, or animal feed.

*Last ticket booking time slot is at 9:00 PM – Farm Activities Close at 10:00 pm*

Book your arrival time in one of the hour slots – Guests are welcome to stay until the farm closes at 10:00 pm.

Click here for ticket information.

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Mary Wadland

Mary Wadland is the Publisher and Editor in Chief of The Zebra Press, founded by her in 2010. Originally from Delray Beach, Florida, Mary is a Phi Beta Kappa graduate of Hollins College in Roanoke, VA and has lived and worked in the Alexandria publishing community since 1987.

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