Welcome to

Rhossili
Sunflowers

Nested in the the UK's first designated Area of
Outstanding Natural Beauty- The Gower Peninsula in South Wales

About us
Welcome to

Rhossili
Sunflowers

We are located on Gower, by Worm's Head.
Follow our instructions and you will Easley find us on the map

How to Find us
young girl photographed on a swing at the Rhossili Sunflower fields on Gower

Gower's most visited attraction

The iconic sunflower
fields at Rhossil

The glorious fields of sunflowers will once again be unveiled near Worm's Head
at Rhossili in July 2023

Rhossili Sunflowers is located at the iconic Vile in Rhossili; we currently grow around 8 acres of sunflowers. Years ago, Vile was famous for its vegetable production, which has grown some of the best vegetables in the UK. Demand for that has declined, as with farming on the Gower. Now, most of the land is owned by the National Trust, some by local farmers, and the sunflower fields by Robert Morgan of Gower Fresh Christmas Trees....

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we have something for everyone

What to Expect in 2023

Food & Drinks

Hot and cold drinks, cold savouries, cakes and pastries.

image of flower you can buy at Rhossili sunflowers fields on Gower

Buy Flowers

Choose from the many colours and sizes we have take with you.

picture of a guy taking photo of a young girl at the Rhossili Sunflowers Swing

Swing

By a popular demand we are adding a second swing this year.

family photo infant of the Flower Arch at Rhossili Sunflower fields

Photo Op

Incredible opportunity to snap few amazing shots for your Insta.

2023 was incredibly exciting and successful for us. Tens of thousands of visitors enjoyed the sunflower fields. This year, we have prepared more and new things that we know will bring lots of joy to everyone. You will still be able to get some food and refreshing drinks.

Enjoy the fields with a variety of Sunflower colours and sizes. Grab those all-important family photos at one of our Sunflower arches or one of our 2 giant swings. We even have dog arches so your pets can enjoy them.

Charity

At the heart of our event is the spirit of community. Last year, thanks to your support, we raised over £1400.00 for Morgan’s Army and Many Tears Animal Rescue  We would like to say a very big THANK YOU to everyone. In 2024 we have a new charity to support and we’re excited to announce it soon.
Together, let’s continue to make a difference in our community.

Prepare for your visit

How to have the best experience.

Opening Times

The fields will be open around mid-July to early September; exact dates will be released closer to the time. Once we know how the crop is progressing, we will update you here and on our Facebook

page once it is confirmed. Opening times are daily from 10am to 9pm if Dry, and the last entry is 8pm. If the weather is wet, we close at 6pm. Please follow us on Facebook, where we will confirm closing times for the day there. Our Food Hut is open until 7pm, serving hot and cold drinks and a selection of cold savouries, cakes and pastries.

Car park

The sunflower fields’ parking is in the National Trust car park, and it is then a short walk of about 20 minutes to the bottom field. The car park is priced at £3 for 2 hours or £6 for the day. The car park is also the last chance for a comfort break, as there are no lavatories beyond it. The path has no 

paved sections, so it can be uneven, but many still enjoy it with buggies or walking aids. Due to the land between us and the car park not being ours, we are unable to offer easier access, such as transport to the fields.

Prices

Entry Price £3.50 per person (children in buggies, prams or being carried are free). You can pay by card and cash at the gate, but it is advisable to bring cash as the card machine signal can sometimes drop. Pick your own stems to take home for £1.50

Adults as well as children can enjoy our trail, find the clues and collect the stamps, a great way to explore the fields. It’s all included in the entry price, as well as a map for the trail. Please be advised sunny days and weekends can get very busy, so please expect delays. Try to visit on weekdays when it is quieter and more tranquil. 
Sensible footwear is recommended in all conditions. 

Testimonials

Directions

How to Find Us

It's really easy to find us. Just use postcode SA3 1PR, which will get you to the National Trust (pay & display) car park. From there, follow the gravel path towards Worm's Head, and you will see us on the left-hand side. You can't miss it; there will be signs to guide you. Watch the hyper-lapse video we've put together to make it easier for you.

a portrait of a family at Rhossili Sunflowers on Gower

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