Wondering where everyone is getting those beautiful sunflower field photos in Miami? Just south of Kendall you’ll find one of the most insta-worthy sunflower fields, accompanied by an awesome kid-friendly U-pick farm that’s fun for the whole family.
Keep your face to the sunshine and you cannot see the shadows. It’s what the sunflowers do. – Helen Keller
About The Berry Farm
The Berry Farm has been an essential part of the Redland farming community for over 60 years. It’s a great place to spend the day picking fresh strawberries, shopping local produce, catching live musical performances and letting the kids play. With a brand new playground added to the hayrides and bounce pad, there’s much for your little ones to enjoy. And of course, you can’t come to Miami without taking a stroll through The Berry Farm’s beautiful sunflower fields. Once you’ve worked up an appetite, head to the juice bar to quench your thirst or indulge in one of their delicious deserts or tasty brunch menu offerings.
Sunflowers are available all year round but strawberry season takes place December through May. Off season begins at the end of May and lasts until September 1st. Do note, although The Berry Farm is closed from May-September, you can still book the property for private events. Festivals are held throughout the year, so check their calendar for dates and plan accordingly!
What Makes This the Most Insta-Worthy Sunflower Field and Farm in Miami?
Visitors love coming to The Berry Farm to pick fresh sunflowers as much as they love getting that perfect snapshot. The sunflower field is as expansive as it is impressive and throughout the year they erect Instagram worthy set-ups just like this one. Aside from the flower fields, we love their pink tractor, 5-acre corn field maze, farm fresh produce and string lights. Hello, ambiance! For the foodies out there, you can look forward to everything from strawberry shortcakes to avocado toast and full racks of ribs. There’s a little bit of something for everyone here!
The Berry Farm is located a mile away from Pinto’s Farm, another popular destination known for their kid-friendly activities and animals. If you’re coming from Miami International Airport, it’s about a 30 minute drive with no traffic, but Uber is not recommended.
When To Go
Depending on the experience you’re looking for, you’ll need to plan your visit according to the season. In my personal experience, March was the perfect time to visit. Both the strawberries and sunflowers were in full bloom and the weather was mild (for Florida).
Pro tip: arrive as the farm opens to avoid crowds and capture the best lighting for photos. The sun rises from the east and will perfectly light you and the sunflowers in the direction they face.
13720 SW 216th Street
Miami, FL 33170
Entrance fees (2021-2022) • Weekends: $17 adults/$13 kids • Weekdays: $11 adults/$9 kids • Discounts available for seniors 65+ and military/law enforcement • tickets online and in-person
*Season passes available for purchase
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