Every fall, visitors from all across the St. Louis area make the trip to Godfrey, Illinois. They come to the small town in the Metro East to wander through the seven acres of corn at the Great Godfrey Maze. Here's all the information you need to go see the maze for yourself.
When and Where
The Great Godfrey Maze is open each year from late summer through the end of October. The maze is usually open on weekends starting in September. There are also special hours for Labor Day.
The theme for the maze changes each year!
The Great Godfrey Maze is located in Glazebrook Park. To get there, take US 67 North from Alton to to Stamper Lane. The park is at 1401 Stamper Lane in Godfrey.
Not Just a Maze
The giant corn maze is the main attraction, but there are also other fun activities for the whole family. Visitors can take a ride in a hay wagon or cow train. If you're a little more daring, try a ride on the zip line. Or for a really unique experience, there's also a corn cannon to test your skill at shooting ears of corn at a target.
Fall Corn Festival
One of the best times to visit the maze is during the Fall Corn Festival. There will be an antique tractor show, bake sale, pony rides, inflatables, a treasure hunt and more. Vendors will also be selling food, drinks and crafts throughout the day.
The Haunted Maze
Another way to experience the Great Godfrey Maze is during the Haunted Maze.
On Friday and Saturday nights in October, the maze gets a little spooky after dark. Visitors are encouraged to grab a flashlight and explore, if they dare. Regular admission fees apply. For more information on the Great Godfrey Maze, see the Village of Godfrey website.
The Great Godfrey Maze is just one of the many events happening in the St.
Louis area each fall. For more ideas on things to do, check out September Events in St. Louis and Free Fall Events and Activities in the St. Louis Area.