Date Idea, Farms, Good for Groups, Kid Friendly
Sunflower season in New England starts in mid to late August and lasts only a couple of weeks. Here are the most picturesque sunflower fields nearish to Boston to help you catch the bloom while it lasts 🌻📸
Colby Farm Sunflower Field (pictured)
Where: Newbury, MA | 35.7 miles from Downtown
Info: The originator of the New England sunflower experience, Colby Farm, is expecting their 2022 bloom in late August. The farm is a short walk/Lyft from the Newburyport commuter rail station.
Where: Concord, MA | 23.2 miles from Downtown
Info: The Verrill Farm's sunflower fields are open to the public and typically bloom until the first week of September.
Where: Sharon, MA | 27.5 miles from Downtown
Info: The sunflowers are currently in full bloom at this family-run farm. Three more fields are expected to bloom in late August through October.
Where: Ipswich, MA | 32.1 miles from Downtown
Info: This 5-acre sunflower field in Ipswich is at peak bloom for the week of August 15-21.
Where: Lakeville, MA | 41.9 miles from Downtown
Info: The Elliot Farm's sunflower field is free to enter with a minimum purchase of one flower per guest.
Where: Swansea, MA | 48.7 miles from Downtown
Info: Simcock Farm's sunflower maze will soon be open (expected mid to late August).
Where: Lincoln, RI | 51.5 miles from Downtown
Info: Butterfly Farm's annual Sunflower Fest will happen during their peak sunflower blooms featuring local vendors, farm-fresh produce and cut sunflowers ready for purchase.