UPDATED DATES: Due to the lack of rain this summer, we’ve changed the dates of our Sunflower Days to September 19, 20, 26 & 27 in hopes of timing them with the peak bloom time.
Join us for our third annual Sunflower Days at Ramseyer Farms! On Saturdays, September 19 & 26, from 11:00 a.m.-7:00 p.m. and Sunday, September 20 & 27 from 1:00pm-6:00pm, admission to the farm’s 50+ activities will also include access to our u-pick sunflower field. This year we planted over 9 acres allowing plenty of room for everyone to spread out among the beautiful flowers. The field will be within walking distance and will be loaded with thousands of sunflowers! Admission on these days includes one FREE sunflower to take home. Extra u-pick flowers may be purchased by buying a mason jar ($10) or large galvanized vase ($20) to fill with as many sunflowers as you can fit! Local vendors will also be located near the field for your enjoyment and there will be live music (on the Saturdays) to enjoy from 2pm-4pm as you stroll around the field.
Come hungry, as our french fries, kettle corn, and cider and lemonade slushies will be waiting for you - along with our food vendors offering hamburgers, hot dogs, pulled pork, ice cream, and more.
Tickets are date specific, so be sure to purchase the correct tickets for the day you would like to come. We are limiting the number of tickets in order to ensure plenty of room for social distancing, so purchase your tickets now to guarantee admission to the event. Children 2 and under are free, and season passes are valid for our Sunflower Days.
*PLEASE NOTE: This event is weather permitting and relies on proper growing conditions. Please watch our Ramseyer Farms Facebook page for updates on field and flower conditions. While we don't foresee this as likely, in the case of a complete crop failure or severe weather, the value of your Sunflower Day ticket may be applied towards a general admission ticket any other day of the 2020 season. No cash refunds.
All sales final. No refunds or returns.
For questions, visit www.ramseyerfarms.com or email [email protected]