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Connors Farm, Danvers

(45+ reviews on the web)
Connors farm was established in 1904. The Connors family followed generations of farmers who had been farming the land for over 300 years. Connors Farm began as a "truck farm" meaning that all of the crops grown at the time were trucked into Boston to be sold wholesale. During this time the main crops grown were root crops such as, parsnips and carrots. In the mid 1950's sweet corn became the major wholesale crop. Unfortunately, wholesale prices for corn began to fall and the farm was unable to make a profit selling corn this way.
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  • A group of 14 of us went here one Saturday night in October for the corn maze. We had people ages 14 all the way to 50 with us and we all enjoyed it. The corn maze is scary and they have people poppin...  more »
  • Went with my boyfriend and some of our friends, had a great time! Definitely not your typical haunted attraction. Walking through the woods and corn field took about a half hour, worth the money!  more »
  • Cute farm with tons of things to do with children. I went as part of a group of 4 adults. We did the corn maze, picked a pumpkin, and walked through the store. The ice cream, and other places to get f...  more »
  • Absolutely wonderful. The corn maze is great and has 2 overlooks in it. Great for kids and adults. Apple picking for $10 for a half peck. Petting zoo was small but fun, bring quarters to feed the animals treats.
  • We had a blast at the Haunted Farm they do! We loved the yummy foods they served at the farm stand and got some good scares at the rest. We will definitely go back again!
  • Lots to offer, but a little chaotic and disorganized. Fun, unique activities as well as traditional activities, but signage for where to check in, pay for food, which line is for cider, etc, would help. Pumpkin pie, cider donuts and apple cider all get two thumbs up.
  • I feel the need to write about our visit to Conner's especially after reading some very negative reviews (I almost didn't go), but I'm glad I did. I had absolutely no issues with the staff, they were very friendly and helpful. Actually the only rude people I had was a family who cut in front of me and some people who asked me to move so their kids could feed the animals (mind you this was after having just got to the cage myself). Which, I am a paying customer and have just as much right as they and their kids do, but I digress. The donuts and cider were great, and while we didn't get any of the soups, they all looked delicious. The reason I don't give Conner's 5 stars, is because it was just my boyfriend and I, and while the corn maze and hay ride were nice, and they had the destruction zone, the pigs were napping (not technically the farms issue), but I wish there had been 1 or 2 more things for adults, although I totally understand who the focus is supposed to be for!
  • Terrible experience. Went with my family to go apple picking and they told us we all had to buy bags to go in (even though we were just there for my little brother to have the experience) because they have a "problem with stealing"..... As we were leaving we saw another family come out with one bag...JUDGMENTAL jerks...we went to Brooksby farm and had an amazing experience!