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This Hidden Sunflower Field In Ottawa Is Bigger Than Ever

You can wander through a golden paradise at this gigantic sunflower field in Ottawa.

Sultan Farm Sanctuary is a hidden gem in the city's west-end, and this summer, their garden will be bigger than ever.

This year the garden has expanded to a breathtaking 15-acres of golden blooms, and you'll be able to view them up-close by following the marked path through the flowers.

The exact date to visit depends on the weather. But the farm told Narcity they expect the garden to be in full bloom around August 13, and they will post updates on their website.

If you want to see it yourself, you are welcome to visit at your convenience as there are no set hours, but you can expect fewer people early in the morning or early in the evening.

Unlike many other sunflower fields, here, there is no admission ticket required.

Instead, you can make a cash donation at the small box near the entrance or using Paypal, which will go towards the care of the animals and maintenance of the field.

Sultan Farm Sanctuary

Price: No set admission fee, donations accepted

Address: 8520 Flewellyn Rd., Ashton, ON

Why You Need To Go: This garden of sunshine is sure to put a huge smile on your face.

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