U-Pick Event


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Pick Your Own Tulips at Our Farm in Massachusetts

Our U-Pick events are super easy and fun for all ages. Please follow the guidelines below to have the best time possible!

  • Please have your tickets ready before entering.
  • We want you to be safe, help preserve the beauty of our tulips, stay on the path, and don't stray off the property!
  • We suggest you bring your own basket and shears to use when you choosing your perfect tulips.
  • Pick your tulips in the designated areas only.
  • When you are done picking, you can pay at our cashier station.
  • Take as many photos as you want!

How it Works at Our Farm

Take a ride to our farm and we promise you won't regret it!

  • Arrive with your pre-purchased ticket or buy admission ate the gate.
  • Take a picking basket, which is available on the field.
  • Pick the tulips you want to buy and create your own wonderful bunch of tulips!
  • Pick your flowers in the designated areas only.
  • When you are done picking, head to our wrapping station
  • Wrap your tulips and write how many you picked.
  • Then checkout at our cashier and enjoy your day!
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Parking

We will be parking cars in the farm field. Parking is free but at your own risk. If your car gets stuck in our field, we are not responsible. You must have your car towed. We have space to accommodate vans and buses. We do ask for advanced notice, so we can make sure to accommodate you.

We love animals, and we share space with a working horse farm, but please leave your pets at home. Service animals are only allowed—no exceptions.

Photography

Whether you are an amateur or a professional photographer, our tulip fields make the perfect photography backdrop. Golden Hour Tulips welcomes all photographers, portrait photographers, and individuals just looking to get a stunning photo among our flowers.

We do not mind photographers bringing props needed to make the perfect shot. We just ask you to be respectful and try not to ruin other customers’ experience. We also ask that drones are not used.