Can I just buy the Terror In The Corn and not do the Corn Maze?
No, The Terror In The Corn ticket is a combination ticket. We give you a free corn maze ticket with your purchase because at the end of the haunted corn field you have the option to either leave the corn field or enter the corn maze.
Can we use flashlights?
Not in the Terror In The Corn, however, you may in the Corn Maze.
Can we bring our own flashlight?
Yes, or we sell them for $5.00 and they are yours to keep.
Can we have a group, corporate, or private party?
Yes. For details, please email email@example.com to specialize your group event.
Are there food and drinks available?
Yes, we have an array of vendors.
Do you sell alcohol?
Yes, we sell beer and wine. No alcohol is allowed inside the Haunted or the Corn Maze. If you seem intoxicated we reserve the right to refuse your admission into the Terror In The Corn.
Are there other things to do at night, besides the Haunted and Corn Maze?
Yes, we have:
Can I bring my dog?
No, Pets are not allowed at the Buckelew Farm.
What time are you open?
See Calendar on this page.
How much does it cost?
CLICK HERE for admission information.
Is it really scary?
Yes, it is really scary!
How do I print off my tickets? Do I need to print off my tickets?
We do recommend printing off your tickets. However, if you do have a smartphone, we are able to scan the tickets from your phone.
Are there discounts for children?
No. All tickets are the same price.
Once we've paid for admission are we able to go through again?
No. The Terror in The Corn tickets are good for one time through however you may use your Corn Maze ticket throughout the night!
Do I get my money back if I don't make it through Terror in the Corn?
Like sporting events and large attractions, we do not give refunds under any circumstances.
How long is the wait in line?
It depends. Early in our season our wait times tend to be shorter. The more people at the attraction, the longer the wait times. We do offer a Fast Pass that offers a much shorter wait, if any!
Do you charge for parking?
No. parking is free onsite after 5pm. If you arrive during the pumpkin festival hours of operation you will be charged pumpkin festival gate admission per person.
How long does it take to go through?
It's really difficult to give an answer to this question. Some groups run right through, while others take their time. It really depends on how well you can handle the fear! The Terror in the Corn is a haunted house in a corn field and can take 30-40 minutes. The Corn Maze ticket is good all night and you can spend as much time as you would like navigating the maze. Just present your ticket to the gate attendant upon re-entry to the Corn Maze.
Is The Terror in the Corn/Corn Maze handicap accessible?
No/Yes. The Terror in the corn is NOT handicap accessible at this time. Due to the uneven grounds in the corn field and natural landscape the Terror in the Corn is not handicap accessible. The Corn Maze may be handicap accessible depending on weather. Wheelchairs can navigate the maze if the ground has been hardened from use, usually later in the month. If there has been rain, the ground may be too soft. The Corn Maze is to be navigated at one’s own discretion. Staff recommendation on the day of event is recommended.
Do you have a lot of strobe lights, fog & black lights in the Terror in the Corn?
Yes. We have many strobe lights, black lights and fog throughout the entire attraction. It is not recommended for people that have Epilepsy go through the attraction. We also don't recommend people with asthma, heart issues and pregnant women go through the attraction. You can always ask your physician to see if you should go through, however, we just don't want you to get hurt.
Is there security?
Yes. We have security on site in the Terror in the Corn & Corn Maze and on most busy nights there are police officers at the event.
Can we take photos and/or videos inside Terror in the Corn?
No. Photography and video recording (including GoPros) are not permitted.
Will the actors touch us, or can we touch the actors?
No. Actors will not touch you. Please be respectful and do not touch them. Incidental and unintentional contact may occur.
If I enter the Terror in the Corn and get too scared, what do I do?
If you get too scared, stay calm, find an actor or security personal, and they will escort you out. Please note, like sporting events and large attractions, we do not give refunds under any circumstances.
Can I bring my purse and/or bag into the haunted house?
We recommend all personal belongings remain locked in your vehicle. Buckelew Farm is not responsible for lost items in the Terror in the Corn & Corn Maze.
Is there an age limit for Terror in the Corn?
We recommend children under 12 are not admitted to the Terror in the Corn. Due to the graphic nature, it is not recommended for small children, toddlers or babies. We have had young children go through and have a great time and adults who go through and are in tears! You're the parent; you be the judge. A good rule of thumb is: if you wouldn't bring your child to a PG13/R rated movie, it's probably not a good idea to bring them to a haunted house. No refunds are given for children who cannot make it through the attraction.
Can pregnant women go through the Terror in the Corn?
We do not recommend pregnant women to go through the Terror in the Corn. We suggest calling your OBGYN and/or Physician to discuss the situation with them.
If I have asthma, can I go inside of the Terror in the Corn?
We do not recommend people with asthma go through the Terror in the Corn. We suggest calling or emailing your Physician to discuss the situation with them since we have numerous fog machines, dust, corn etc. throughout the attraction. If your doctor thinks you’ll be fine, we definitely recommend bringing your inhaler or another device that may help you breathe better. We also don't recommend people with epilepsy, heart issues and pregnant women go through the haunted house as well. We just want everyone to have a safe time.
Do you accept credit cards?
Yes. We accept Visa & Mastercard. You also may purchase your tickets online at www.buckelewfarm.com.
How large of a group can enter the haunted house?
On a slow night, 2 to 8 people can go in at a time. On busy nights, the groups will be much larger.
Can I wear a costume?
Yes, you can wear costumes to the haunted house! However, masks and props are not allowed.
Can we be denied access?
Yes. We will not allow foul language, obscene behavior, weapons, alcohol, drugs, etc... We reserve the right to refuse admittance to anyone we deem not appropriate for entry. Please use your head!!
Is it the same this year?
No. We change our layout and design every year. If there are audience favorites from past years, we may incorporate these areas into the plan.
I want to do a story on your haunted attraction, who should I contact?
Please call us or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
I want to work at your haunted house. How do I apply?
Please visit our jobs link HERE for details and information.
Are you open if it’s raining?
It depends. We stay open if there is a light sprinkle. Light rain does not affect the attraction, however, if there are severe storms we may be forced to close due to mud in the fields. We update our Facebook page with weather information if there are severe weather conditions. It is very rare that we have to close the event due to inclement weather.
What should I wear to the Terror in the Corn?
PLEASE PLAN APPROPRIATE ATTIRE AND FOOTWEAR FOR CURRENT WEATHER CONDITION. The Terror in the Corn is in a corn field on a farm. Rain + farm dirt = mud. It is fun, but plan appropriately.
Terror in the Corn tickets are non-refundable. We recommend children under 12 are not admitted. Admission refunds or rain checks are not given as a result of inclement weather. Some attractions may close temporarily until rain, lightning, or high winds have passed and then will reopen if conditions permit. Terror in the Corn tickets are not date specific and are valid during hours of operation in September/October. PLEASE PLAN APPROPRIATE ATTIRE AND FOOTWEAR FOR CURRENT WEATHER CONDITION. Tickets will not be replaced if lost, stolen or unused.