Space Farm 7 was an actual NASA program designed to promote agricultural tourism. NASA sponsored 7 corporate farmers across the country who designed corn mazes around space exploration themes and opened them to the public. There were grade school like information stations about NASA history placed sporadically through out the maze. Unfortunately, the only way to really see the maze design was to be in a low flying plane. These stairs led to a 12 foot high viewing stand so you could orient yourself in the tall stalks. I visited The Rock farm in middle Georgia last fall, which kindly provided lifeguards who sat in perches above the maze with bullhorns and helped the truly lost find their way out of the corn. It's kind of tragic that NASA is engaging in this kind of program - what happened to exploring space? At the same time, this melding of corn fields and the final frontier is such a thoroughly American idea. Can you imagine the meeting where Space Farm 7 was cooked up? Wish I could have been there.