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5 Family-friendly Sunflower Festivals around Seattle

End of summer fun at the farm

Celebrate the end of summer with a visit to one of these sunflower festivals around Seattle. Farms around the area have groomed and prepped their gardens for a plethora of bright yellow blooms, with ample opportunity to take pictures enjoy the sun and many fun activities for the whole family.

Check these farms out today:

Sunflower Patch at Thomasson Family Farm

Find a ton of fun at the Thomasson Family Farm with a wagon ride, a kids corral, yard games and more. Expect to see fields of sunflowers, plenty of photo ops, and a place to purchase snacks. Bring a picnic lunch to eat at the tables. One bloom included with admission.

Dates: Various dates Aug. 25–Sept. 5

Address: 38223 236th Ave SE, Enumclaw 98022

 

Mountainview Blueberry Farm Sunflower Festival

Mountainview is a popular destination for sunflower festivals around Seattle. Gorgeous backdrops for photos and plenty of yellow flowers to pick, purchase and take home. Schedule time for the butterfly release and to pick delicious blueberries too!

Dates: Various dates Aug. 26–Sept. 4

Address: 7617 E Lowell Larimer Rd, Snohomish 98296

 

Bob’s Corn Sunflower Experience

Take the hayride to the sunflower gardens and enjoy your time posing for pics. Bob’s corn has a full range of experiences ranging from golden hour photo shoots to date nights for the parents. Check out the website for more details.

Dates: Various dates Aug. 27–Sept. 16

Address: 10917 Elliott Rd, Snohomish 98296

Lora Lee’s A-Maze-ing Sunflower Maze

If you love corn mazes then you’ll want to try getting through the Sunflower mazes that the farmers have created. Get there for your pictures and leave knowing you got to experience what might be the first sunflower maze in Washington. What else is there to do? Pet the goats!

Dates: Various dates Aug. 12–Sept. 5

Address: 17651 W Snoqualmie River Rd NE, Duvall, WA 98019

 

Rutledge Corn Maze

Take a wagon ride to the fields of sunflowers- 46 varieties in various colors have been planted so be sure to examine the blooms and read about the plants on the placards. Don’t forget to head to the platform to view the fields in all its entirety.

Dates: Extended to Sept. 3-5

Address:  302 93rd Ave SE, Olympia 98501

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About the Author

Jasmin Thankachen

Jasmin is the Associate Publisher at Seattle's Child and an Eastside mom of two boys. She enjoys parenting with lots of love and laughter. Co-Founder of PopUp StoryWalk, she also loves children's picture books, essay writing, and community stories.