Walk in a cheerful field of sunshine. Manitoba's A Maze In Corn is best known for having the world's largest snow maze, which even made an appearance in Hallmark's Amazing Winter Romance. But this summer, the farm has transformed into a floral paradise where you can explore a massive field of sunflowers.
Just 25 minutes south of Winnipeg, you can spend the day at A Maze In Corn in Saint Adolphe. This year, from Saturday, August 8 to Sunday, September 13, you join their incredible Sunflower Expo.
The event is a dream come true for flower lovers. You'll get to stroll through over eight acres of golden blooms while enjoying a glass of wine or a cold beer.
Within the garden, you'll see 40 kinds of sunflowers in all shapes and sizes. Your $13 admission ticket also includes a ride to the field and a fresh cut sunflower to bring home.
If you prefer having a full bouquet, there will be more flowers for sale. Plus, you can get boozy beverages and treats like mini donuts, hot dogs and chips.
When getting your admission online, you can get your hands on the all-access pass for just a few dollars more.
The $22 ticket gets you into the petting zoo where you can meet adorable lambs, goats, bunnies and kittens.
Then you can feel like a kid and climb your way to the top of the towering bale pyramid. You'll also have a fantastic time getting lost in the sprawling corn maze.
Before you visit, make sure to check the farm's website. In the case of bad weather, it may be necessary for the farm to close early.
Without question, you'll want to add this to your bucket list. Why not purchase tickets for you and your bae so you can go together?
A Maze In Corn Sunflower Expo
When: Saturday, August 8 to Sunday, September 13
Address: 1351 MB-200, Saint Adolphe, MB
Why You Need To Go: Sip a glass of wine and wander through the fields of sunflowers.
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