Corn is all the rage this fall \u2014 it even has its own viral song on TikTok. But as the harvest season begins at farms in Connecticut, farmers are turning this crop into mazes in the shape of everything from a castle to Benjamin Franklin. Here are 10 corn mazes to explore in Connecticut during the fall: The six-acre corn maze, found at 150 Exeter Rd., has opened for its 2022 season. The maze includes activities like finding three hidden pumpkins, as well as kids games like a bean-bag toss and checkers, according to its website. From Sept. 3 until Oct. 30, visitors will be able to explore a corn maze with a "deep sea" theme and go apple picking at Scott's Yankee Farmer, according to its website. Fair Weather Growers ushers in the fall season by letting guests explore its 16-acre corn maze on Fridays and the weekends. The maze starts in the middle of September and runs through the end of October, its website states. Guests can navigate the four-acre maze, which is made in the shape of Benjamin Franklin, from Sept. 3 to Nov. 6, according to its website. The first 50 explorers to make it out of the maze will win a kite and a skeleton key a la Franklin's famous thunderstorm experiment.\u00a0 Fort Hill Farms will have its 7-acre corn maze, based on the tree of life, open from Sept. 6 until Oct. 31, according to its website. \u00a0 Bishop's Orchards. will open the gates to its maze on Sept. 10. The maze will close on Halloween weekend, an employee told Hearst Connecticut Media. The corn maze at March Farm is open on weekends in September and October, starting Sept. 15, its website states. Guests can navigate the over two-mile maze with trivia questions scattered throughout. Foster Farm's corn maze will be open\u00a0on weekends starting Sept. 17 and will be open every day in October. This year, the theme of the maze is "Our Beautiful Earth...Reduce, Reuse, Recycle!," according to its website. \u00a0 The corn maze at the Ekonk Hill Turkey Farm will open around the middle of September and run until the end of October, the farm told Hearst Connecticut Media Group. The maze will be open on weekends only.\u00a0 Made in the shape of a castle, the 7-acre corn maze at Castle Hill Farm opens on Oct. 1, according to its website.