Spring is quickly approaching, and nothing marks the change of season more than a gorgeous field of blooming flowers. One activity you won't want to miss is visiting the Bloom Tulip Festival near Vancouver. This year, you'll be able to pick your own gorgeous bouquet of tulips to bring home and we've been waiting all winter to do something like this.

The event will take place just an hour from Vancouver, in Abbotsford, B.C. This year it is running from Tuesday, April 14 to Tuesday, May 3.

In 2020, the Bloom Tulip Festival is celebrating its fifth anniversary. As such, they will be offering an impressive lineup of Instagrammable activities to enjoy.

For example, you'll be able to walk through the acres upon acres of rainbow coloured tulips. Within this massive garden, there will even be a special u-pick garden.

The pick-your-own flower garden is the perfect way to spend a weekend with your BFF. Together, the two of you can collect some sweet-smelling blossoms in the fairytale field of blooms.

Surprisingly, it is a rather affordable thing to do. Each flower will be just one dollar.

So go ahead and make a large bouquet in your favourite colour to brighten up your home.

You'll undoubtedly want to have your camera ready because this place is a great way to bring spring to your Instagram feed.

We suggest you make it a full day activity and pack a picnic lunch to enjoy.

As in the past, the event will take place over four to five weeks, so there is ample time to attend.

The full lineup of activities will be announced shortly, so make sure to check their website and social media for updates.

Likewise, you'll want to keep your eye out for when entry tickets go on sale for this popular event.

In the past, tickets have sold out for weekends. It's a great idea to get your tickets as soon as they're released so that you get. a chance to visit.

Bloom Tulip Festival

Price: Admission TBD, $1 per stem

When: Tuesday, April 14 to Tuesday, May 3, 2020

Address: 36737 North Parallel Rd., Abbotsford, BC

Why You Need To Go: You can pick your own tulip bouquet from fields so colourful it looks like someone took a highlighter to them.