Hanson’s Farm has just inaugurated its first-ever sunflower maze!
What better way to celebrate the end of summer than frolicking through a 45-acre maze of sunflowers? Hanson’s Farm recently opened its first-ever sunflower filled with hundreds of bright flowers and its the perfect end-of-summer, socially-distanced activity!
A great alternative to hiking trails, gardens and parks, Hanson’s Farm is a totally awesome spot to spend a socially-distant day outdoors. Just pack your picnic basket, head out to this Framingham farm and get lost in the sprawling field of entrancing and eye-popping sunflowers.
The family-owned farm has been around since 1913 and offers plenty of seasonal activities for visitors of all ages, including hayrides, vegetable picking and more. Right now, Hanson’s Farm will also let you pick your own cherry tomatoes and blackberries (until supplies last). At their farm stands you’ll also find fresh fruit and veg including fresh tomatoes, peaches, corn, apples, squash and greens, to help fill your pantry with the freshest local produce.
For those wanting to get into the Fall spirit, Hanson’s Farm has also opened its sprawling corn maze for those brave souls who dare enter it!
To keep in line with the current safety guidelines, Hanson’s Farm recommends its visitors to wear masks–as its staff will be–and asks they keep the required 6-foot social distance even when outdoors.
The sunflower and corn mazes opened on Sunday, August 23, and are open seven days a week from 9 am until 6 pm from now until November. Adults are required to pay a $15 entrance fee while fees for children 12 or under are $10; no prior reservation is required to visit Hanson’s Farms and the mazes.
[Featured image: @hansonsfarm, Instagram]