Sunflower season is approaching (usually late July – early August; varies by farm) in Wisconsin and we have compiled a list of the sunflowers fields around the Madison area. All of these are within driving distance of the Madison, WI area – and the approximate distance is calculated based on drive time from downtown Madison).

We are lucky to have several sunflower fields around the Madison, WI area to visit this summer!

3 Sunflower Fields to Visit Around Madison, WI in 2024

Eugster’s Farm Market (30 minutes from Madison)

  • 3865 WI-138, Stoughton, WI
  • (608) 873-3822
  • Admission required, (children under 2 are free) includes access to the sunflower field and U-Cut flowers, plus a 15-acre petting farm that offers tons of fun activities for kids.

Schuster’s Farm (30 minutes from Madison)

  • Tentatively scheduled to open July 28, 2023
  • 1326 US Highway 12 & 18 – Deerfield, WI
  • (608) 764-8488
  • They’re growing fields of zinnias and sunflowers to delight the local butterflies and YOU! Take a wagon ride around the farm. Stroll through the flowers — photo ops galore! Visit with the baby goats, too. Enjoy beer or wine as you listen to live music Friday and Saturday nights and Sunday afternoons!

Skelly’s Farm Market (50 minutes from Madison)

  • 2713 S. Hayner Rd. – Janesville, WI
  • (608) 757-1200
  • Admission prices range, depending on how many flowers you’d like to take home (1, 6 or 12 cut flowers). Children 3 and under get in free. The sunflower season lasts approximately 2.5 weeks in late July through early August. There is a very narrow window of time when the field is optimal for viewing. If seeing over 150,000 blooms of sunflowers is something on your bucket list, make sure you follow their website for updates on when they expect the flowers to be in full bloom! The farm is also in the middle of summer produce season, so make sure you check out the produce availability as well.

When to see Sunflowers in WI

Sunflowers often start in late July, through August. Once they bloom they often last about 10 days. Most fields will plant at different times to ensure there is always something blooming. It varies by the farm.

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