Tours are free for groups of 12 or more, and may be scheduled for weekdays.
It is not necessary to fill out a tour group reservation form unless your group consists of 10 people or more and if you plan to come out on a day that we are open to the public. We do require that larger groups (10 people or more) submit a tour group reservation form whether it is on a day that we are open to the public or one of the days that we are normally closed (Monday - Wednesday). Small groups (less than 10 people) are welcome to take a self tour of the property during our regular hours of operation, Thursday - Sunday.
Please allow at least 2 weeks notice when requesting a tour. If you're scheduling online, please make sure that we confirm via email or contact you by phone. If you are unable to schedule online, you may leave a message on our business phone at (979) 251-8114. We will get back to you as soon as possible.
Buses are welcome. We are wheelchair accessible; please let us know in advance if any of your guests will be in wheelchairs. The lavender plants are grown close enough to the gift shop that seniors should not have any problems in venturing out to explore the field.
Tours usually last approximately 1 hour however if it is during our blooming season and some of your guests are cutting lavender, your visit could last up to 90 minutes.
The best time to come out to see the lavender blooming and to cut would be May-June or August-October. Another great time to come out is in the spring when the wild flowers are blooming (End of March-April) however the lavender is not blooming at that time. Please check our website to see when the lavender is blooming.
If you are arriving on a bus, we ask that your guests remain seated so that our tour guide can board the bus and give a short introduction about the farm, gift shop and our products. This seems to make it much easier for everyone.
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