Visiting Sunflower Fields in Ireland
Some tops tips that will make your visit to the sunflower fields a success include:
- Bring scissors or secateurs to cut your sunflowers with
- Wear appropriate footwear in the fields (no sandals or flip flops)
- Some fields are cash only
- Keep an eye on the sunflower fields’ social channels before visiting. Days and times can change at short notice.
Meath Sunflower Farm
Meath Sunflower Field is next to Causey Farm in Fordstown, Co Meath. Priced €5 per person or €15 for a family and everyone gets 5 stems each to take home. The sign says open Saturday and Sunday from 11-6pm, but extra days during the week are often announced on social channels.
For more information, check their Facebook page.
St Francis Hospice Sunflower Field, Ballyboughal, Dublin
Raising much needed funds for St Francis Hospice, this sunflower field can be found in Ballyboughal, off the Swords Road.
It is open 24/7 with an honestly box or you can donate online.
Field of Hope, Quigley’s Point, Donegal
In memory of her husband, son and daughter who died in a car crash in August 2020, Geraldine Mullen planted the Field of Hope sunflower field on the Inishowen peninsula. With sunflowers planted in a maze in the shape of the word ‘hope’, this beautiful memorial is designed to bring some hope and joy to allt hose who visit.
The Field of Hope will be open to the public on August 19th, 20th and 21st from 12-5pm.