A Trip To Virginia’s Neverending Tulip Field Will Make Your Spring Complete
It’s hard to imagine springtime in Virginia without colorful blossoms. When the spring season is in full force, we’ve designed the perfect day trip with these blooms in mind. There’s a never ending tulip field in Virginia located on a pristine farm that absolutely transforms this time of year. Here’s more on the Festival of Spring in Virginia that you won’t want to miss:
The brief video below shows breathtaking footage of the 2014 festival:
Follow along on Burnside Farms’s Facebook page to stay up to date on when the Festival of Spring in Virginia will take place. For tickets and an updated field report of the blooms, check out their website here.
Have you participated in the Festival of Spring at Burnside Farms in Virginia? If so, we’d love to hear about your experience! If you enjoyed this article, you might also want to read about Virginia’s Enchanted Forest Walk.
Tulip Field In Virginia
What does Burnside Farms in Virginia offer during other seasons?
Burnside Farms offers something during every season. In the spring, it’s the tulips and daffodils, while summer brings sunflowers and gladiolus. During the fall, the farm has a 6-acre corn maze, pumpkins, and other activities during their Fall Farm Fun event. Come here during winter after Thanksgiving through December for Christmas trees, garlands, and wreaths.
Does Virginia have any u-pick farms?
From flowers to fruit and vegetables, there are several farms around Virginia where you can pick your own. In Delaplane, Hollin Farms has berries tomatoes, cucumbers, peaches, corn, and so much more you can pick as well as dig-your-own potatoes and peanuts. Check their website for more information on what is available each season. Located in the Shenandoah Valley is Pebble Hall Wildflowers where you can pick your own herbs and wildflowers. Just bring your own shears! There are several other farms around the state where you can pick your own food, as listed in our previous article, 11 Places In Virginia Where You Can Pick Your Own Delicious Food.
What are some of the best things to do in spring in Virginia?
After the winter thaw when spring arrives and the weather gets warmer, it’s time to head outside! There are so many places you must visit in the spring. One of them is the Van Gogh Bridge in Reston. Surrounded by cherry trees, this spot provides a gorgeous spot for photographs in the springtime, especially when the trees are in bloom. You can also go on a scenic drive along Colonial Parkway, a 23-mile route that will take you through three of the most historic towns in Virginia. This drive has plenty of opportunities to view wildlife and the blossoming trees.