Transport Yourself To A Sea of Purple At Lavenderland In Richmond This Summer


Stop and smell the roses (or lavender in this case). An all-new lavender farm opened in Richmond this summer and it has been appropriately coined ‘Lavenderland.’

It opened for the first time this July and offer guests a serene place to visit where they can soak up the stunning sea of purple.

In addition to lavenders, starting August 14th, the farm will also be hosting an artisan market with free entry every weekend from 11 am – 5 pm.

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In case you didn’t know, there are a variety of different lavender plants and the farm features a bunch of them. They include: Melissa, Super Blue, Grosso and French varieties of the aromatic flower.

Lavender has a long history of medicinal use and the scent is known to be therapeutic with calming properties.


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There will also be a gift shop available on-site where you can purchase lavender-based essential oils as well as a plethora of skin care and cleaning products.

It is located at 8460 on Steveston Highway in Richmond, and tickets are available online for purchase. Entries are every hour and visits are limited to 2 hour intervals.

The lavender farm will be open 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. daily throughout the summer months until the fall.



Where: 8460 Steveston Highway, Richmond

Cost: $15.75 per person, $42 per family for 2 adults + 3 children (both limited to two hour visit)

Tickets: Can be purchased on their website


For more things to see and do in Metro Vancouver, check out our Travel & Outdoors section.

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