This summer 2023 sees the launch of Cotswold Farm Park's first Flower Festival, which promises an incredible line up of florally-themed activities and fun for the whole family.
Celebrating the beauty of the Cotswolds in full bloom, the Flower Festival kicks off in July with fields of wildflowers bursting with colour to enjoy. Meander through the swaying carpets of flowers and spot a plethora of pollinators buzzing in out of petals.
And in early August, a whole field of bobbing sunflowers spring up, with families welcome to pick their own or purchase bunches to take home and enjoy.
The Maize Maze, a firm family favourite at the farm park, also opens in August and features a labyrinth of twists and turns to challenge little ones to practise their exploring and navigating skills. Once the middle is reached, off-road go karts await for children to climb onboard and race around in.
While over in the Larkswold tent, woolly- and florally-themed crafts await those after quieter activities, with little projects to complete such as wool weaving and crafting clay pendants and coasters using petals and leaves from the fields.
And if you don't want the festival fun to end, the farm park opens up Strawberry the cow's field for all-inclusive glamping in August. Transformed into a festival-themed village of 16 bell tents, each sleeping up to five guests and two dogs, Strawberry's Field Glamping comes equipped with beds, chairs, two meals per person in the Ox Shed each day, access to the exclusive chill out tent, live music and full access to the farm park and all the festival activities.
Tickets to the Flower Festival include unlimited day access to the flower fields, Maize Maze and farm park; an ice cream or slushy from the on-site Quench outlet; clay pendant making in the Larkswold Craft Tent; a packet of wildflower seeds or a bunch of sunflowers and vouchers for 10 per cent off in the Ox Shed restaurant and farm park shop.
Open dated tickets are available to purchase online in
advance and on the day. They can be used on any day when the flower fields are