Our Sunflower Maze will open again in July 2023. Keep an eye on this page for updates!
Sunflower Maze – This is a great event for families. Spend some time walking through our Sunflower Field and stop along the way to experience our fun photo ops. Children can also enjoy our small play area.
Ticketing is limited and MUST be purchased online to guarantee admission to the event.
We do not have a wagon ride to the Sunflower Field. It is about a 0.2 mile walk from our side yard (5 – 8 minutes).
Sunflowers are an agricultural crop and therefore subject to weather, growing conditions and ripening variables. We cannot guarantee that the sunflowers will bloom on a particular date, so prepare to be flexible by 7-10 days in your visit. We are anticipating the sunflowers will be in bloom for up to 2 weeks.
Ticketing is limited and MUST be purchased online to guarantee admission to the event. Due to our capacity, we are limiting ticket sales BY DAY & TIME to ensure safety of our staff & guests. Ticket times are every 1/2 hour to spread people out, but you are welcome to stay, enjoy & play for as long as you wish.
This is an outdoor event and therefore held weather permitting. Tickets are non-refundable unless we choose to cancel the event due to weather. In this case, full ticket price will be refunded minus any processing fees.
Sunflowers naturally attract bees & other insect. Typically the bees are more interested in the flowers than the people, but if you are allergic PLEASE take the necessary precautions. TOM’s Farm Market is not liable for bee stings or insect bites.
Professional Photography needs to be scheduled for before and after our maze hours. Please email email@example.com for pricing and availability.
Visa, MasterCard, American Express & Discover cards accepted. TOM’s does NOT accept personal checks.
Tickets are NOT required to enter our Market/Bakery or our U-Pick Fields. Tickets are only required to enter the outdoor activities.
For the safety & comfort of both your pet and other customers, we kindly ask the pets are kept at home. Only Service Animals as defined by Title II & Title III of the ADA will be allowed on the farm and in buildings. A service animal means any dog that is individually trained to do work or perform tasks for the benefit of an individual with a disability, including a physical, sensory, psychiatric, intellectual or other mental disability. Emotional support animals, comfort animals & therapy dogs are not service animals under Title II & Title III of the ADA.