The best sunflower fields near London you can visit

Although London might not be home to fields upon fields of gorgeous flowers, there are many slightly further afield that you can visit. 

Sunflowers bloom in August, meaning you have plenty of time to make plans and visit one of the five sunflower fields we’ve listed.

From Tulley’s Farm in Sussex to Garsons Farm in Surrey, these are the best sunflowers near London you can visit.

5 sunflower fields near London you can visit

Tulley’s Farm, Sussex

Tulley’s Farm is a very popular destination for many, best known for hosting their annual Halloween event.

Just an hour from London on the train, or two hours by car, every year Tulley’s Farm is filled with endless beautiful sunflowers.

Across the farm, there are 25 photo spots including selfie locations that make the perfect spot for a memory.

You can also get food and drinks at Potting Shed bar and Bentley;s BBQ Shack, tickets cost £8.

Location:  Unit 1 Turners Hill Road, Crawley, RH10 4PE

Garsons Farm, Surrey

Also in Surrey, Garsons Farm has three sunflower fields over 150 acres and you get to pick your own sunflowers.

Tickets are £5 for adults or £2 for children, and you don’t just get sunflowers at Garsons, there are also 75 variations of fruit, vegetables and plants ready to pick.

It takes just over an hour to get there by car or train, and you can also enjoy a meal at the farm with a restaurant on site.

Location: Winterdown Road, Esher, Surrey, KT10 8LS

Cotswold Farm Park, Gloucestershire

If you’re prepared for a longer drive, you can visit Cotswold Farm Park in Gloucestershire which takes just over two hours to get to.

Open to the public in August, the farm has a field of sunflowers and there are also viewing points including a bridge so you can see above the sunflowers/

There are also many photo spots across the farm with pathways through flowers and you can enjoy some food at Ox Shed Cafe.

Location: Guiting Power, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, GL54 5FL

The Patch MK, Milton Keynes

The Patch MK in Milton Keynes is a great place for a day out, with flower fields, mazes and many attractions to enjoy.

You can also jump on the barrel train and enjoy a tour of the grounds including the endless flowers and you can even play mini golf or take rides.

The farm is around an hour and a half away by car but it’s well worth the visit if not just for the Lost World Corn Maze with hidden dinosaurs below.

Location: The Patch MK, Mount Mill Farm, Milton Keynes, MK19 6DG

Meopham PYO, Kent

Open every weekend, Meopham is just under an hour and a half away and has fields of sunflowers, fruity and veg that you can buy in the farm shop.

Alongside the gorgeous sunflower fields, the farm also has the White Finch tea room that serves tea, coffee and cake.

Location: Ifield Road, Meopham, Gravesend DA13 0QH

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