Check out the first annual Tulip Fest at Cider Hill Farm in Amesbury, Massachusetts. Cider Hill Farm has been maintained by three generations are farmers who are dedicated to providing some of the best produce in the region. This family friendly location lets you pick your own peaches, stroll through orchards, and enjoy hot cider, among a verity of other events.
The Tulip Fest is the first of its kind, and it will be from April 24 to May 9 from 9:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Located at 45 Fern Ave. in Amesbury, the farm is offering pre-purchase tickets for this even, though you can also stay tuned for general ticket sales. What is the event? Cider Hill is scheduled to have over 50,000 tulips bloom at the end of April, and you can come and pick your own.
Tulips are a seasonal flower that boast brightly colored petals and come in more than 3,000 registered varieties. Believe it or not, tulips actually come from the Middle East and Turkey, though they were eventually transplanted to Europe — especially the Netherlands — in the sixteenth century. From there, they made their way to the U.S.
The Tulip Fest is a perfect event for those who want to get outdoors and enjoy the warm weather of spring. It’s ideal for families, yet it can also make a romantic date. Head to the Cider Hill website for more information on this fun shindig.