You'll soon be able to frolic through a field of giant golden flowers that is so pretty it is hard to believe it is real. There is no way you'll want to miss visiting Calgary's sunflower field that opens next month. It's a golden sunny dream come true.

Only 25 minutes outside of the city, Calgary Farmyard is your destination for outdoor fun. They told Narcity that the sunflowers would be ready mid to late August.

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The exact start date is weather dependent, so you'll need to check their social media for updates.

But when they are blooming, you are in for a real treat. It is the farm's second year growing the yellow flowers, and this year there will be two and a half acres of them for you to explore.

We can't wait to make some memories, and of course, take some photos. But be mindful to stay on the walkways and not trample the plants to get the perfect selfie.

There are 30 attractions to enjoy: mini-golf, corn maze, jumping pillows and ziplines. Plus, lovers of all things cute will want to check out the animals like llamas, horses, bunnies and more.

You'll have several weeks to enjoy the sunflowers as they will be available until the first frost.

When visiting, you should plan to spend the entire afternoon. According to the farm, the average guest spends four hours to see everything.

You'll also be able to buy a bouquet of sunflowers to make your home office look extra cheerful.

Tickets are available online and cost $16.95. If you want to go, make sure to act quickly to claim your spot.

Every week a limited number of tickets will be released, and they will be available on a first-come, first-serve basis.

Calgary Farmyard

Price: $16.95

When: mid-August until the first frost (exact dates TBA)

Address: 284022 Township Rd. 224, Rocky View, AB

Why You Need To Go: There is a dazzling 2.5 acres garden of sunflowers only minutes from the city.

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