Give the Gift of a Lavender Experience

Looking for something a little different to give friends and family this holiday season?  Something clutter-free, which is the latest trend.  Looking to support a woman-owned, local farm?  We’ve got the perfect solution!  Give your friends and family a clutter-free gift…. Purchase a Voucher to our 2023 Lavender Farm Fest and let the gift recipient choose the day* they want to visit. 

Our General Admission tickets for those who are 3 and up, are $15.95 and include admission, parking on the farm, live music, wagon rides, lawn and wall games, our nature trail, Hoot N Holler Hill, Farmer Chip & Granny’s stable, our vintage camper photo booth and things to do on the farm.  Our Lavender Lovers Package is $32 and includes FREE admission, everything thats included with a General Admission ticket PLUS a glass of Lavender Lemonade, a $5 coupon for our Shop, Lavender Farm notecards, a reusable produce bag, a souvenir cup and a choice of a Pick Your Own Bouquet, a dried bundle, dried buds or a sachet.

Things to do on the farm include: just kicking back, relaxing with amazing views of Mount Wachusett and the lavender fields, visiting our horses, taking photos of the lavender and scenery, taking a peek at our newly hatched Lavender Orpington chicks, walking a spiritual journey in our Lavender Labyrinth.  Other things to do for an additional fee include: Yoga or purchase a Butterfly to release which are available to purchase with a voucher. Pony rides and lavender food and drinks such as Lavender Chicken made by Flippin The Bird, Lavender Soft serve ice cream, Lavender Lemonade and Seven Saws Brewing Company’s Buzz Saw Beer (must be 21+ to purchase alcohol) are pay at the door.

A gift to our Lavender Farm Fest will be a memory they will cherish way longer than a gift. So, jump on over to our website. Its simple and easy.  If you want to have the voucher sent to them by email, just put their email address in.  If you want to include it in a card, then have the voucher sent to you.

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