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Liberty Mills Farm, Somerset

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#1728 of 2,274 in Things to do in Virginia
Farm · Hidden Gem · Tourist Spot
The Corn Maze opens September 12 and General Admission is $12 per person. 4 and under are Free. Maze Admission includes four tails totaling over 7 miles of walking paths, navigational challenges, trivia challenges, activities area and hay wagon rides when operational. There is no charge to visit the Pumpkin Patch which opens in October. Hay wagon rides are included in the weekend General Admission, or tickets may be purchased for $2 per person.
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  • We went to Liberty Mills Farm to pick strawberries. We discovered that if you want good strawberries this is not the place. However, if you are looking for EXCEPTIONALLY DELICIOUS strawberries this...  more »
  • I have wanted to come here to do the corn maze for years as I've heard friends talk about it. We got there mid afternoon and were only able to do the first two mazes. Next time, I would leave more...  more »
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  • Liberty mills is always a lot of fun. Our kids go there on school field trips, but we also come on the odd weekend sometimes. They have both sunflowers and pumpkins in early fall and fall. For the sunflower patch we visited they had live music, a food truck by local restaurant Firefly, and home made ice cream. We did have the ice cream which was amazing. One thing that I always enjoy about the farm is that they have folks walking around the farm willing to lend a hand clipping a sunflower or picking a pumpkin, and they'll offer to take photos of your family if they see you trying to take a picture. The owner of the farm is always out there, involved and hands-on. It definitely has that family feel to it. We did the hay ride also, which is a very nice stroll through the farm, when you can really appreciate the surroundings and agriculture. For our family of 5 it was around $45 total for the tickets, which is a bargain for entertainment in my book.
  • Great fun and tasty fruit! Plenty of parking and shade from the umbrellas and the building. Portapotties on site

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