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Holmberg Orchard’ss Find the Wine: A Grown-Up Corn Maze Adventure
August 27 - September 11
The Holmberg Orchards Find the Wine: A Grown-Up Corn Maze Adventure will be held August 27, 28, September 3, 4, 10 and 11, 2021 in Gales Ferry, Connecticut. Join us for a Grown-Up Corn Maze adventure. Discover Holmberg Orchards wine and hard cider tasting stations hidden among the corn. After the maze stay for live music, food trucks and a glass of your favorite wine! Open to 21 years of age and older.
We recommend bringing a flashlight.
No outside food or beverages allowed. Coolers and bags will be inspected.
Mandatory ID check at the door. Ticket holders under 21 will not be refunded.
Maze must be completed by 8:30 pm.
Tickets are date-specific. For example, a ticket for the August 27 maze cannot be used any night other than August 27th. Ticket cancellations must be made at least 7 days prior to event in order to be eligible for refund.
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