Something suspicious is going on at this farm, and it's up to figure it out. While the main focus of a corn maze is usually to find the exit, this one comes with a whole other layer. Ontario's Thiessen Orchards' corn maze has hidden clues, and you need to find them all to solve the mystery.

You'll need to bring your magnifying glass with you to this fall maze.

Thiessen Orchards in Leamington, Ontario, has become the scene of a crime. 

A sneaky farm animal has stolen Farmer Joe's apple pie, and you need to hunt through the giant corn maze to find the culprit. 

The animals in question escaped into the maze, and you can search through the golden rows filled with twists and dead ends to find them.

Once you've solved the mystery and brought justice to apple pie lovers everywhere, you can take part in lots of more festive activities.

The venue has pick-your-own apples and pumpkins, so you can load up on all the autumn necessities. 

You can also enjoy activities like a haunted barn and mini-golf. 

Is it even fall if you don't treat yourself to some baked goods?

The Kountry Kitchen is bursting with seasonal indulgences such as hot apple cider, cinnamon sticks, apple fritters, and more.

Some activities are only available on weekends, however, the corn maze is open all week to explore.

Tickets are available online, and free admission is offered from Monday to Wednesday.

Thursday and Friday's admission is $4 per adult, while weekend admission is $6.

Make sure you bring a mask along for your visit, as they are required in some areas.

If you're looking for more sleuthing adventures, check out this giant Sherlock Holmes corn maze for expert detectives only.

See if you can solve the great apple pie theft at this charming Ontario orchard.

Thiessen Orchards

Price: $4 + per adult

Address: 400 Talbot Rd. E., Leamington, ON

Why You Need To Go: Use your sleuthing skills to find the animal that stole Farmer Joe's pie in this unique corn maze.

Before you get going, check our Responsible Travel Guide so you can be informed, be safe, be smart, and most of all, be respectful on your trip.


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