It’s that time of year again where we start to see fall activities pop up around Miami and South Florida.
The Berry Farm in the Redlands reopened to the public for the season on Wednesday, Sept. 1, and will give you all the fall vibes! The farm has been around for decades, but this new upgraded location opened in 2020.
The Berry Farm has transformed itself into a prime outdoor venue where family and friends can safely gather to enjoy a day of fun. There are more than 30 acres of open space including a Strawberry Farm, Sunflower Field, and Corn Maze that will be great for taking personal pictures!
Weekend admission is $17 for adults (13+) and $13 for children (3-12). Weekday admission is $11 for adults (13+) and $9 for children (3-12).
Admission to the farm will give everyone access to:
- Corn Maze
- Sunflower Fields
- Farmers Market
- Tractor Ride
(Video courtesy of The Berry Farms)
The Berry Farm is open 7 days a week 10 a.m.-6:30 p.m. Mon.-Thurs. and 9 a.m.-7 p.m. Fri.-Sun. and is located at 13720 SW 216th St.
For more information, head to visittheberryfarm.com.
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