Connors Farm is open 8:00 am - 6:00 pm May through October at 30 Valley Road in Danvers MA.Before you head to Danvers, plan trip itinerary details with our user-friendly Danvers trip builder, to make sure you see all that Danvers has to offer, including Connors Farm.
Be sure to also visit our night time haunted attraction HYSTERIA open dusk to 11:00 pm Friday and Saturday evenings, September 27th to November 1st.
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Connors Farm reviews
Connors Farm was terrible! It was terrible because the man in charge insulted me with a number of rude comments. It was the end of the day. And the lights started to be flickered that they were... more »
In August of 2019 we visited connors farm. I was holding the hands of my 4 & 5 year old and was pick pocketed. I did feel something and reached into my pocket and realized $100 in cash and credit... more »
We decided to do a scary attraction close to home and heard that the Hysteria and flashlight maze at Conner's farm was fun. The Hysteria flyer we received said it opened at dusk. I purchased a combo.... more »
Went today 9.8.19 with my 72 year old mom and sister and little cousin we had a ball lots of activities for the kids, a giant maze, zip line for kids, the train, giant chairs and swings to take pictures apple picking we all had fun we enjoyed it, the food expensive but the cheese burger basket was good but expensive oh I bought 2 fried dough can't leave without that. Is fun a very huge good place I went to one before no activity or fun things to do just a small animal farm and apple picking and that's it but Connors farm was fun.😀😀 Oh the trees house play ground loved it I got in all the house and my mom too couldn't believe it she loved the place we felt like little kids who ever doesn't like this place is a boring person.
So much fun to go with the family! Hay rides, corn pool and apple launchers. Between the corn maze and the treehouse playground, it's definitely a great place to bring the kids. Just know it gets real crowded real quick as fall draws near.
This place is great 4 children. They have everything a young mind would love. Train ride, Hay ride, big and little animals 2 feed. Unfortunately the feeders (where u put in a quarter and get the food) really didn't work. I did forget 2 let them know about it. Anyway lots of things 2 do. I was there before Apple picking, but it should b in full force by now.
Today Saturday 14,2019 we came as a family to have a good day even though it was raining. My children and siblings brought some apples in their hands. A worker at no time did he speak to the parents of the children about extra apples not being allowed out of the farm. he spoke on the microphone saying "we have extra apples coming your way". The man had continued to the exit with us as if we were thieves, and just because he saw our faces, he knew that we were Hispanic so he threatened that we had to pay for the apples that the children were carrying, he told us that we were going to be arrested including all of the children that were present at the time. The children were only 3, 7 , 8,10, 12 Years old. Than we continued to follow their instructions so we wouldn't get in trouble but the people who were in front of us and behind us were never told to pay for the extra apples they had gathered. They payed all of their attention toward us. It is not very professional to talk that way in the presence of minors. The things that they had to do was to inform all of their visitors that they would have to pay for any extra apple's they had gathered or eaten. They had only addressed this problem with us since we were a predominately hispanic family. There were other people around us who had handbags, purses,backpack, etc who were stuffing extra apples in them. The thing was we didn't know that it wasn't allowed so we continued to the exit but, just to make sure we carried all of the extras in visible plain sight. As we were exiting, we paid for the extra apples we had gathered but, we left everything including the two apple bags we previously purchased at the cashier. The reason being is because we did not enjoy the treatment we received in front of the children. Managers and employees have to know how to talk and express themselves with the adults and not in front of the children especially when they visitors are being threatened. They also need to understand that we at no certain time were disrespectful to anyone. They had the audacity to search my purse as well as my young daughter's bag to see if we had stolen any apples. As they searched they had found nothing. This treatment made me feel as if I had done something wrong because we were followed and talked to as if we were committing a crime. This will be my first and last day I will be bringing my family to connors farm. Lastly again, we paid for the apples and left them at the cashier including the ones we previously had bought so that they can see if they could make more money from them.
I went here for the first time around Halloween with all that eating people to do the maze we didn't find our way out but it was still fun it looks small from the outside like they say looks can be deceiving because once you get in there it's a whole different world huge ponds that looks like a lake tons of land the maze is huge and within the maze you can play a game with your phone at checkpoints you have to solve riddles and it helps you get out but if you feel like you're lost and you want to leave you text a number and they get you up kids loved it definitely making this a every year thing with the family.
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