tip toe through fields of blooms

All our farms are CLOSED to the public

Our last day of the season was May 14th


Adult General Admission
Weekend Adults $23
Weekday Adults $20
Every adult ticket includes 10 'u-pick tulips!
Kids General Admission: $5
(ages 5-17 years old • kids tickets do not include tulips, never sell out & can be used any day! • Children 4 and under enter FREE, no ticket required)

~ Additional tulips can be purchased for $1/stem anytime! ~


 We limit the number entries we allow per day so you'll always have a beautiful bloom-filled experience, without overcrowding. We also monitor our bloom level, and only release tickets when our fields are 'wow-worthy'

 If you try getting a ticket for a certain day - and there are no tickets listed for sale - that day's tickets may be sold out, or haven't been released yet, so please try back in a few days! 

In this short video, Keriann tells you everything you need to know about getting tickets and when we open. We only offer "u-pick" for approximately two weeks in each location, so don't wait to get tickets when they become available!



Please read "Visitor 101" to plan your visit to maximize your tulip experience! Our farms are open for only a few weeks each year, and we also sell the same high-quality bulbs we use on our farms, so you can plant them at home too.

- springtime visits-

What to Expect

Each spring, we open up our farms during peak bloom times for ticketed guests to gaze, walk and pick tulips to take home!

Learn a bit more of what to expect in this video, and read Visitor 101 for costs, policies and access.

- photography -


We have guidelines for visitor photography such as no drones, no props or lights in our fields, and going gently around guests and tulips.

We require all professional photographers to schedule their shoots.

All About Farm Visits!

Hours, How To & Visitor Info

There are a few things you should know about our U-Pick Your Own Tulip Events, including our location policies and how to get the most out of your tulip picking experience!

Please read this page before you call us and before you come! It is chock full of info like "what are your hours?" "how much does it cost?" "can I transfer my ticket?" "what if I'm late?" "can kids pick tulips?" and more.

Yoga in the Tulips

We offer special Yoga in the Tulips classes in springtime when our fields are in bloom. Typically, we run classes on weekend mornings and maybe a weekday or two.

Cost is $35 and includes time in our fields and stems to take home!

To learn more visit our Yoga page and check for limited-batch released tickets when the fields are open!


Do you enjoy the outdoors?  

Could you see yourself spending
your spring days in breathtaking, blooming tulip fields?  Would you like to join a team of fun, friendly, and hardworking people?

Please read more about employment & volunteering, and find application forms here.

Bloom Report for Exeter

This is our most up-to-date news on the Exeter Farm, including expected opening dates, ticket releases and weather-related news. Check it early, check it often!

Bloom Report Preston, CT

Did you know our farms bloom at slightly different times to extend tulip time in the region?

Preston, CT is our largest tulip farm spread over 5-6 acres for a happy tulip-tip-toeing experience!

Bloom Report for Johnston, RI

We are excited to be back at this beautiful oasis near Providence and Boston!

Get news on the Johnston, RI Farm, including expected opening dates, ticket releases and more.


Taking photos is one of the best things about visiting our U-pick event! Please respect our farm and other visitors.
General Guidelines
» Yes to tripods, but no reflectors, light stands, props etc.
» Do not use tripods in high traffic areas.
» Stay out of the tulip beds. If you damage flowers, you pay for them.
» Stay off all farm equipment, including and not limited to tractors, etc.
» No drones without permission.
» A site fee for professional photo shoots is required.

Please also read our professional photography policy and scheduling page.

Photo credit: Maaike Bernstrom