This year's Sunflower Maze is based upon the hit new PBS KIDS series, Splash and Bubbles. The show follows the adventures of Splash, Bubbles, Dunk, and Ripple as they dive into fun adventure in the incredible world of marine biology and oceanography.
The Sunflower Maze is an incredible experience, with more than 350,000 red and yellow sunflowers surrounding you in a 360-degree environment. Get lost in this 2.5-acre maze as yellow finches and beautiful butterflies fly around.
Splash and Bubbles is produced by The Jim Henson Company (“Dinosaur Train,” “Sid The Science Kid,” “Doozers”) and Herschend Studios, the media arm of Herschend Enterprises (“Dollywood,” “Harlem Globetrotters”).
Open Daily 9am-5pm through August 31st.
$1 of each admission is donated to the Connecticut Children's Medical Center Pediatric Cancer Unit. Over the past 9 years, you've helped us donate over $79,000 to CCMC.
When you come to the farm, plan on spending the day picking fresh fruit where it grows including blueberries, apples, peaches, pears and more. Then Pick Your Own favorites in the Apple Barrel farm market, with special treats like apple cider donuts, award-winning pies, seasonal sandwiches and more!
Check out aerial footage from this year's Sunflower Maze!
© 2017 The Jim Henson Company. © 2017 Herschend Studios. JIM HENSON'S mark & logo, SPLASH AND BUBBLES mark & logo, characters and elements are trademarks of The Jim Henson Company. All Rights Reserved.
Location: Lyman Orchards Sunflower Maze
Directions: Get Directions
Open Daily 9am-5pm (last entry at 4:30)!
$5 for ages 4-12
Free for Children 3 and under
Save money with your Big Y Coins/Card!
One Silver Coin Per Ticket.
Limit Five Tickets Per Silver Card or Gold Coin.
Tickets must be purchased at the Sunflower Maze and coins must be surrendered.
The Sunflower Maze is a fun and unique venue for group visits, corporate events and team-building opportunities. Ask about our food and maze packages! For more information, email Taryn Ruffino or call her at 860.349.6041.
The Sunflower Maze is made possible by