Jeff and Teresa Summers Greenwood, who own the farm, told The Guardian that they landed on Swift as the feature of the maze-which stretches across 12 acres-because the performer is a “firm believer in confidence, in being who you are”.
Want to really get lost in Taylor Swift’s head? In 2012 the maze depicted presidential candidates Mitt Romney and Barack Obama playing tug of war with the American flag.
Watch the promo for the Taylor Swift corn maze below, and let us know if you plan on taking a trip to enjoy the maze in person!
“We try to have fun with the design and make it something that people recognize and are connected to”, Greenwood revealed.
Revealing that he is a long term “Swiftie”, Greenwood said it took about a day to cut the cornfield into Swift’s form.
“We first did one with a whole body shot with a microphone and guitar, but she’s gotten away from the guitar thing-that was more what she was doing before”, he said.
Stretching around 2.5 miles of maze and with two secret bridges, the detail on the maze is pretty incredible, as you can see from the overhead shots in the video above.
“If you make the wrong turn, you might be in there a while”, he said.
The maze and other fall-related activities on the farm open September 26 and run daily through November 1.
There will be “Taylor-made” clues throughout the maze to help people navigate the cornstalks.
And like a real Taylor supporter, he even stored her current country-to-pop transition in thoughts when selecting the photograph for the maze.