Early monarchs confused door-to-door salesmen by erecting complex hedge mazes, quashing their attempts to peddle chivalry manuals written by dragons. Reach the kingdom door with today's deal, which nets you general-admission tickets to the outdoor maze at South Texas Maize, located in Hondo. General-admission tickets can be used Fridays from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m.; Saturdays from 10 a.m. to 9 p.m.; and Sundays from noon to 5 p.m. Today's deal expires at the conclusion of the maze season, which is November 28, 2010. Choose between two options:
- For $4, you get one adult ticket to the corn maze (a $9.50 value).
- For $3, you get one children's ticket to the corn maze, good for ages 4 to 11 (a $7.50 value; free admission for children 3 and younger).
A seven-acre jungle of towering stalks, unexpected twists, and dead ends awaits agri-puzzle fanatics at South Texas Maize, a mind-bending way to enjoy autumn outdoors with family and friends. Skulk past snorting straw minotaurs, and enter the labyrinth, which has been shaped this year to celebrate country singer and native son George Strait. After you've escaped Strait's sorghum Sudan-grass-lined straitjacket (maze typically takes about one hour), guests are welcome to meet fellow jailbreakers at South Texas Maize's open picnic-table area to reap and munch a victory lunch. Snacks and meals are available for purchase, though you are welcome to bring your own from home.
911 US Hwy. 90 E
Hondo, Texas 78861Get Directions