The New Hampshire Sunflower Festival Will Be Back For Another Year Of Fun & Festivities

Each year we look forward to summer in New Hampshire. We’ve got unbeatable weather that can only be found in New England along with various festivals and events that celebrate some of the best parts of the state. Whether it’s a small-town carnival or your own backyard party, getting outside to appreciate the day is always a good idea. And this annual festival is a great way to do it!

During these uncertain times, please keep safety in mind and consider adding destinations to your bucket list to visit at a later date.

Coppal House Farm Annual Sunflower Festival runs from July 31st through August 8th. Tickets can be purchased online here. Weekend admission is $12 for adults 13 and over and $10 for kids 5 to 12, the military, and adults 65+. Weekday admission is $8 for adults 13 and over and $6 for kids 5 to 12, the military, and adults 65+. Kids 4 and under are always free.

Limited mobility day is Tuesday, August 3rd from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. During this time cars and vans will be able to access a field road to make sure those will limited mobility can get as close to the fields as possible. Tickets for that day are $10 per car and $12 per van. You can learn more about enjoying the sunflower festival this way here.

You can learn more about the festival on the farm’s festival website and on Facebook. The farm can be reached on 603-659-3572.

For more fun with flowers, we recommend you make your way to New London. You can cut your own flowers at the festive Spring Ledge Farm in New Hampshire.

 

Address: Coppal House Farm, 118 North River Road RT 155, Lee, NH 03861, USA