One of the most beautiful sights during the summertime harvest is a field full of sunflowers. The Lee Farms Sunflower Festival is back this year with new ways to plan your trip and have a safely stroll through the beautiful blooms.
The Lee Farms Sunflower Festival, located in Tualatin, is August 7-30, 2020, weekends only. This year, the farm has several new precautions in place to keep guests safe:
- Social distancing remains important and all guests are asked to remain a minimum of 6-feet from other guests and staff.
- There is a new timed-ticketing program to limit the total number of guests to 25% of total capacity. NO day-of tickets will be sold at the gate.
- Guests and staff are required to wear masks during arrival, transportation on the wagons, and when walking through the patch. You may remove your masks for picture taking.
- Guests should plan to bring gloves to use during loading on the ride wagons and while using the flower cutters.
- Plan to use our mobile ordering system for food service options. You’ll receive a text when your food is prepared to eliminate waiting in lines.
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Lee Farms Sunflower Festival Tickets
Lee Farms offers two opportunities during the sunflower festival. Choose to be a general admission guest or buy a sunset photography pass.
All tickets are available for purchase online. Since the farm is reducing its capacity this year, it is important to plan your trip early. Here are all the details on the two ticket options.
Your general admission is available Friday-Sunday. Your ticket gets you two hours at the festival, including a wagon ride, several fields full of sunflowers to explore, a new sunflower maze, and one flower bloom of your choice.
After exploring the sunflowers, head to the country store to browse the store and meet the farm animals. On Saturday and Sunday, food options are on site for lunch, snacks and dinner as well as live music.
General admission (ages 11 and up) is $17 per person and youth general admission (ages 3-10) is $11. Online tickets include a $1 processing fee per ticket. You can also purchase tickets onsite at a higher rate of $20 for adults and $15 for kids.
The festival is open Friday-Sunday 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Tickets are now open on the Lee Farms website. Scroll to the bottom of the page to choose your visit date and time.
Lee Farms is also offering an all access elite sunflower season pass for $60 per person. Kids 10 years and younger season passes are $50. This gives you access to all 12 days of the festival and unlimited access Friday-Sunday, with a bonus hour in the morning, from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. The pass includes one bloom of your choice per day.
Tickets are now open on the Lee Farms website. Scroll to the bottom of the page to choose your visit date and time.
Sunset Photography Passes
Guests and photographers are welcome to take as many photos as they want during the festival. You only need a photography pass if you want to take photos on Lee Farms' property after hours. Sunset photography passes are available Wednesday and Thursday from 5:30-8:30 p.m.
The sunset photography pass is $50 and includes a 1-hour time frame for your visit. All photographers must check in onsite upon arrival.
Each visiting guest taking part in a photography shoot is required to purchase a general admission ticket, including photography assistants. Passes are available for purchase on the Lee Farms website.
Lee Farms is located at 21975 SW 65th Ave. in Tualatin. Parking is free. No pets are allowed on the property.
For more information about the sunflower festival and to purchase your tickets, visit the Lee Farms website.
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