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Taylor Swift Gets New Honor: Corn Maze Of Her Face

FREDERICK COUNTY, Md. (WJZ) -- Singer Taylor Swift is being honored---not with another Grammy but with a massive corn maze. Her face is etched into a 12-acre corn maze.

Tracey Leong explains why the farm chose her.

The mastermind behind this maze says Taylor Swift is a role model who inspires her fans to be unique---which, in turn, inspired him to create the one-of-a-kind maze.

Grammy award-winning pop star Taylor Swift is getting the ultimate tribute: her portrait was carved into a Frederick County corn maze.

"We chose Taylor Swift because we feel she represents great people. She's a good, honest person; she treats people amazingly and that's what we are all about," said Jeff Greenwood.

Above Taylor Swift's face are the words "Dare to be different."

"We thought going with `Dare to be different' 'cause that's what she is," he said.

Greenwood, who owns Summers Farm, says the maze takes about two hours to complete and it's open to all ages.

Before you get lost in the maze, you should brush up on your Taylor Swift trivia, because there are clues throughout the corn, helping to guide you through the maze.

"The clues are about her. If you answer the clue the right way, you go the right direction in the maze. If you answer it the wrong way, you get lost more," Greenwood said.

Just like the superstar's catchy tunes, Summers Farm is hoping the maze has a similar appeal.

"I get to walk through them," said four-year-old Landon.

The singer even applauded the art-work, Instagramming it and captioning it "Lawn goals."

Now one fan is hoping it's followed up by a personal visit.

"It would be an honor to have her come and visit us at the corn maze and see what it's all about.

The maze officially opens up on September 26 and runs through November 1. Weekdays, it will cost $8 and on weekends, it's $12.

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