The Dreamy Tulip Farm In Virginia You’ll Want To Visit This Spring

Believe it or not, it’s already time to start planning some exciting day trips for spring. And we’ve discovered one destination that belongs at the very top of your list. Burnside Farms is renowned for its gorgeous blooms and the farm is already erupting in a series of pinks, reds, whites, yellows, and purples. The Festival of Spring is a month-long event that welcomes visitors from near and far to celebrate the blooming of over one million tulips and daffodils. Surrounded by so many bright blooms, you might feel like you’ve been transported to the Netherlands. Here’s more on the dreamy tulip farm in Virginia you’ll just have to experience for yourself this spring.

Please note: the photographs below are from previous seasons and do not represent current conditions. Check Burnside Farm’s filed report for the official tulip status report.

On the next warm spring day, be sure to head to this tulip farm in Virginia for an incredibly colorful walk among some of the best flowers in the state. The Festival of Spring takes place at Burnside Farms, a Virginia tulip farm in Nokesville, VA. Have you experienced this incredible U-pick flower farm in Virginia before? If so, we’d love to hear all about it!

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Address: Burnside Farms, 11008 Kettle Run Rd, Nokesville, VA 20181, USA
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Each spring, Virginia comes alive with the sight and scent of beautiful flowers. Here are a few of the best flower festivals in Virginia:

  • Festival of Spring, Nokesville, VA: We've already mentioned Burnside Farm's Festival of Spring but we'll list it here again. For more information about this delightful event visit Burnside Farms.
  • Sunflower Festival, Buchanan, VA: Toward the end of summer, the Beaver Dam Sunflower Farm bursts into life with these giant yellow blooms that reach for the sun. This fall festival in September is a beautiful time to enjoy 20 acres of golden beauties and handfuls of salty sunflower seeds.
  • Lavender Festival, Catlett, VA: A visit to the Seven Oaks Lavender Farm around the end of June is the perfect time to enjoy these bright purple and angelically aromatic blossoms. Come pick your own lavender and celebrate these beautiful blooms by making lavender sachets, and lavender fairy gardens, and shop for hundreds of lavender products at the farm.
  • Daffodil Festival, Gloucester, VA: Another spring event is the annual daffodil festival that brings the entire town together to celebrate these delicate blooms. Gloucester has been deemed the "Daffodil Capital of America." Come celebrate with crab fairs, entertainment, food, and plenty of colorful daffodils.


Join in the fun with more spring festivals in Virginia. From St. Patrick's Day parades and shamrock festivals to maple festivals and even French film festivals, there is always something to celebrate in Virginia when spring rolls around.