https://www.ferjulians.com/sunflower-festival 7 Lewis Street
7 Lewis Street
Hudson, MA 01749
Date Idea, Festivals & Fairs, Good for Groups, Nature, Outside
The 2022 Sunflower Festival will take place from (approximately) October 1 - October 12.
If you dream of photos in sunflowers, join us for our second annual Sunflower Festival! You’ll find a level field planted specifically for photos, with 20,000 blooms at approximately 4’ – 5’ with the peach orchard, farm stand and farmhouse in the backdrop. In addition to the photo field, there will be sunflowers available for picking.
Field location: 7 Lewis Street, Hudson, MA. The sunflower field is located in the triangle of Main Street, Lewis Street and Chestnut Street. Sunflower festival attendees MUST PARK IN THE SUNFLOWER FIELD.
DO NOT PARK IN THE FARM STAND PARKING LOT.
$20 CASH ONLY / per car (you are welcome to bring as many people as will safely fit in your car)
*you must make a reservation to attend the event. The link to make a reservation will be (right here) live a week before the sunflowers bloom.
-You are welcome to walk and photograph anywhere in the sunflower field.
-Each car is welcome to pick 5 sunflower stems from the designated picking area. Additional stems cost $1 each. Bring your own scissors!
-You must make a reservation to attend the event.
-Cars attending the festival must park in the sunflower field lot (across Lewis Street from the farm stand).
-Do not park on the street or in the farm stand parking lot.
-Vehicles with low ground clearance are not advisable. An SUV is ideal.
-Dogs are NOT permitted anywhere on the farm.
-Each ticket includes 1-hour in the field and 5 pick-your-own sunflower stems.
-Professional photographers are welcome at the same rate as everyone else, $20/car.
Sunflowers are an agricultural crop. Their bloom time, bloom longevity, and the field conditions are completely dependent upon weather. Every farmer hopes for ideal conditions but it’s entirely possible that an early frost could cut the season short, or a rainstorm could make the field unwalkable. Please bear with us as we work with nature and follow us on social media for field condition updates.