Honeysuckle Hill Farm is open once again, providing festivities to children, families and students in Middle Tennessee.
Jeff Alsup, the owner, and his family live on the agricultural Robertson County farm that specializes in educating children about all areas of farm life, but he's thrown in a slew of fun activities.
The 200-acre farm features a 10-acre corn maze, zip lines and pumpkin blasters.
This year, Alsup told News 2 he's added several more attractions, including a fun house.
"It's kid-friendly, kind of a circus house featuring with special effects, silly mirrors, moving walls, slanted floors; it's got a curtain chaos maze, a spinning vortex, and it has something called the Claustrophobia Tunnel," he said.
The farm also has a new light show called Night of Lights, which Alsup said is similar to the Christmas light show at Opryland each year.
Participants ride on a train through woods and fields while watching a light show synchronized to Halloween music. It lasts 10 to 12 minutes.
Alsup said the light show was added for younger children to balance out the attractions for older kids, such as two haunted houses, one of which was also added this year.
To aid in bringing awareness to bullying, the farm is featuring Spookley the Square Pumpkin in the children's maze. The square pumpkin sits among other circular pumpkins, representing acceptance.
The adult's cornfield maze as shaped to look like George Jones to pay tribute to the late country superstar.
The farm is open until November 2 every day except Monday. General admission costs $10.95 per person.
Honeysuckle Hill Farm is located on Martins Chapel Church Road in Springfield, about 30 miles north of Nashville.
For more information, such as hours and directions, visit their Web site.
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