There’s An Enormous Sunflower Maze In Cincinnati That’s Just As Magnificent As It Sounds

The end of summer can bring mixed feelings as the season that’s filled with outdoor fun, festivals, and activities comes to a close. Thankfully, fall is definitely not dull around Cincinnati and if you need some cheering up, there’s no better cure than a field of sunflowers. Each year, crowds gather to celebrate this happy flower at Gorman Heritage Farm. The Sunflower Festival includes lots of family fun and is held the first weekend of October. It also happens to have an enormous sunflower maze that is just as magnificent as it sounds.

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The Sunflower Festival at Gorman Heritage Farm is one of the most beautiful gatherings in Cincinnati and the enormous maze is the best way to spend a fall afternoon in the Queen City. Is this festival a tradition for your family? Share your experience with us in the comments!

Gorman Heritage Farm is located at 10052, Reading Rd. in Evendale. Tickets to the Sunflower Festival are $8 for adults, $5 for children ages 3-17, and free for kids under 3. For more information on the upcoming event and to purchase advanced tickets, visit the farm’s website here.

For another festival that’s coming up and is a great way to say goodbye to summer, check out our previous article here.