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Visit the Traders Village Sunflower Field in San Antonio

Check out the 4th annual sunflower field before they’re gone

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The 4th annual 10-acre sunflower field at Trader’s Village is in full bloom and now open to the public.

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Looking to frolic through some sunflower fields this summer? Check out the Traders Village 4th annual sunflower field now through Sunday, June 9. Travel through a 10-acre maze of beautiful sunflowers with your friends and family. Is there a better way to enjoy a Texas summer day?

Here’s what you need to know before you go:

Admissions

  • The cost to enter is $11.99 per person — children under two enter the field for free.
  • Standard tickets along with upgrade options for an all-day rides pass can be purchased online.
  • An apple cannon is also available on the path with varying prices for five to 10 shots.
  • Take some sunflowers home with you with this sweet deal: One for $3, two for $5, or three to five for $10.
  • Pro tip: Remember to dress comfortably for the Texas heat and don’t forget your camera.

Hours of operation:

  • Fridays: 6-9 p.m.
  • Saturdays + Sundays: 9 a.m.-5 p.m.

In the case of inclement weather, visit Traders Village on Facebook or call (210) 623-8383 for updated hours.

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More than just flowers

Spanning 100+ acres, Traders Village boasts a massive flea market, carnival rides, and many food stalls. Here are a few places to hit up before you leave:

  • From bizarre finds to unique thrifts, there’s never a dull moment exploring the market’s 1,000+ local vendors.
  • If you’re a thrill-seeker, hop on the many rides on the market grounds like Pharaoh’s Fury, The Fleafall, and Star Dancer.
  • Keep an eye out for food stands selling carnival snacks (Think: Turkey legs, corn dogs, and funnel cakes), or head over to the food hall for authentic street tacos.
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