12:00 pm – 8:00 pm
12:00 pm – 8:00 pm
12:00 pm – 8:00 pm
12:00 pm – 8:00 pm
12:00 pm – 8:00 pm
9:00 am – 8:00 pm
9:00 am – 8:00 pm

***Hours are the same for each location, open until dusk. There are no refunds. We will be open in the rain. We will continue to follow the CDC’s recommendations and guidelines for COVID-19 safety, precautions and social distancing. We except all patrons to respect each other remain a safe distance from others.***

When are the locations open?

Each field will be open at different times during the year, depending on when the flowers are in bloom. The dates for our Fall Festival at Woodbine are from October 22, 2022 till the flowers are out of bloom. Please follow us on Facebook for more details.

How long will you be open?

The sunflowers on average stay in bloom for two weeks, but depending upon weather they may be in bloom for a longer amount of time. At most we have stay open for three weeks but this information will also be provided on our Facebook page.

What is the cost of admission?

Everyone who is 4 and under is free. Everyone ages 5 and up is $15.00 per person. We only accept cash or check at the event, but you may order online prior. This includes a hayride, food trucks, music, vendors, and 13 acres of flower paths to walk through and lots of kids activities. You can purchase tickets ahead of time here.

Do you sell the sunflowers?

4 are included with the cost of admission. Any additional are $3 /stem. You can call ahead and we can have bundles ready for you to pick up.

Is there parking?

At each location there will be signs directing you to the parking area. There is a large amount of parking at each location and a hayride that will take you from the parking lot to the sunflower field.

Do you accept credit or debit cards?

We ONLY accept cash or checks, but there will be an ATM at each sunflower field. However, you may purchase online ahead of time.

Are there any bathrooms?

There will be port-o-potties at each location along with hand washing stations.

Can we bring our own food?

You can bring your own food we just ask that you clean up after yourself and be mindful of others allergies. With sunflowers comes bees so we ask you to be mindful of that as well when eating.

What if I get stung by a bee?

There has only been one customer who has been stung by a bee so do not let the bees scare you. We have a first-aid kit at the cashier tent where we can help treat your bee sting. That being said if you are allergic to bees please be careful!

Can we bring our pets?

We ask that all pets must be on a leash at the sunflower field. We also offer a dog night during a week day specially welcoming all dogs. As always King Charles Cavalier Dogs get in for free!

What events do you have?

The best way to check our events is on our Facebook page which we will be keeping up-to-date. In the past we have had a dog night, firefighter night, FFA selling pumpkins, and a local church selling flowers. We enjoying working with charities and giving to others in our community. We have donated proceeds to the local food bank and assisted living, as well as welcome members of the assisted living to an exclusive walk around our field.

Do we allow photographers?

Professional Photographers are welcome, please just contact us for scheduling

Do you allow vendors?

We do allow vendors and have plenty of space for those who are interested. There will be a small fee for the space. We also have access to power if that is needed. If you are interested please email ldsunflowersoflisbon@gmail.com

Would you be willing to work with our organization/charity?

We love to give back to the community and enjoy working with charities to host events at our sunflower fields. Please contact us by phone number to schedule an event.

Do you welcome any volunteers?

We would love to have volunteers especially those who have animals they can bring that are friendly. We would love to work with local youth organizations such as FFA and 4-H. Please reach out to us by phone number if you are interested in volunteering.

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