Sunday 5 April 2020

Free sunflower field to open at Cotswold Farm Park

Following on from the incredible popularity of the lavender and confetti fields, Cotswold Farm Park has announced it will open its sunflower meadow for visitors to enjoy endless photo opportunities. And it’s free…

Cotswold Farm Park has announced that it will welcome visitors to explore its sunflower field this summer. And, best of all, it’s free to visit.

Open to the public on Sundays from 9.30am to 10.30am, Cotswold Farm Park’s sunflower field promises a picture-perfect backdrop for family photos and Insta-worthy pictures. The free activity is available from Sunday 4 August to Sunday 1 September 2019.

Cotswold Farm Park’s Ox Shed café will also be open for full English breakfasts and hot drinks. And bunches of sunflowers will be available to purchase from the shop.

Families can also purchase tickets to enter the new Neverland Maize Experience and the farm park.

There’s no need to book in advance to visit the sunflower field, however, to book tickets to Cotswold Farm Park visit cotswoldfarmpark.co.uk directly.

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Wednesday 31 July 2019

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