|Many families came out to pick and/or photograph the flowers and there were also a few fun things for the kids to do|
"We have a few fun surprises in store for the Summer of Sunflowers and of course the barnyard will be open for you to spend some time with our furry and feathered residents," according to Burnside's Facebook page.
- $3 for a single day Sun Pass
- $4 for unlimited re-entry Sun Pass (kids under 2 years are free)
- Sunflowers are $1.50 per stem.
Update July 30, 2014: I did get to visit and posted some pictures recently, we had a great time!
Update 2015: This year Burnside Farms moved both its tulip and sunflower festivals to Logmill Road, a few miles beyond the old location. Not clear if this is a permanent change for all events. Before heading out for any event, I suggest you check the farm's Facebook page (linked above) before leaving.
Related posts and photos from 2015:
Holland in Haymarket 2015
Summer of Sunflowers 2015