It’s back! Traders Village’s popular Corny Maze attraction opened in early October, and it offers fun for the whole family!
Traders Village has constructed a huge 10-acre corn maze right here in San Antonio, allowing visitors of all ages to delight in the unforgettable experience of exploring a real-life maze – all without leaving the city limits. Every year, the maze is a popular fall attraction, largely because it includes multiple mazes of all difficulty levels, so kids and adults alike can take part in the action.
The Traders Village Corny Maze is located at Traders Village, the largest flea market in the Alamo City. The huge open-air complex is part swap meet, part treasure hunt, and part shopping complex, with a little bit of a county fair and festival attraction rolled into one.
Aside from hosting hundreds of vendors, Traders Village includes a number of amusement park style rides, like the 80-foot Star Dancer gondola, the Pharaoh’s Fury pendulum boat, and a timeless Allan Herschell-designed antique carousel. Additionally, all during the month of October, Traders Village has their Fear Factory Haunted House for guests wanting a spooky Halloween experience.
But the real star attraction during the fall is the Corny Maze. It’s the first and only corn maze within the San Antonio city limits.
Attendees can try one of three trails each with its own difficulty level — Easy for little kids (also includes a fun game for them to play), Medium (takes 30 minutes to an hour), and Hard (takes 1.5 to 2 hours to finish). The massive maze spreads across 10 acres!
Tickets for the maze are just $11.99 for maze runners ages 3 and up and free for kids 2 and under. If you want to hit all of the rides and the haunted house as well, you can get a combo ticket for just $21.99 that gives you access to it all! Purchase your tickets online at this link.
The Traders Village Corn Maze is located at 9333 S.W. Loop 410. The Corny Maze is open during October and November on Saturdays from 11:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. and Sundays from 11:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Remember to bring $4 for parking!
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