It’s time to stop and smell the flowers. One farm in Niagara lets you stroll through stunning fields of sunflowers this summer and you can even take some of the blooms home.
Howells Farm, located in Fonthill, has over a quarter of a million blooms and is the perfect photo opportunity.
While you’re wandering through the never-ending yellow, you can stop to pose with the many chairs, tractors and other props that are sprinkled around the farm. It will truly transport you somewhere a little more magical.
Sunflowers start blooming in July and continue through August. To take part in the festival, it will cost $17 per person. The price includes entrance to the field and one fresh-cut sunflower of your choosing.
The farm states that all tickets need to be purchased in advance, and can be done on their website.
While you are there, you can also stop at their Howells Beer & Wine Garden. Not only can you enjoy a variety of booze, but they also have great food.
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For dessert, you can try some of the farm’s famous pumpkin donuts that are made from scratch every day.
If you’re someone who loves fall, you’ll also want to make another trip to this Niagara farm full of sunflowers later in the year. It is transformed into an autumn wonderland with pumpkins, train rides, corn mazes and more.
Looking for more to do the next time you are in the Niagara region? You can also check out Tipsy Theory’s latest ultimate guide to the best wineries you need to visit before 2023 comes to an end.
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