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Terre Bleu Lavender Farm, Milton

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  • As soon as you get out of your car, you are welcomed by the scent of the lavender fields. I loved how there was a small forest that seems that connects the main area to another lavender field that id ...  more »
  • Just had a lovely visit to Terre Bleu Lavender Farm, mainly for a tour of the bee apiary. We have a little bee enthusiast in our family and it was his first experience seeing live bee hives. Ian and h...  more »
  • The owners of the farm cater well for providing plenty of photo opportunities with the lavender flowers. The main building itself where the store is located is nicely built and itself creates a nice p...  more »
  • Just had a lovely visit to Terre Bleu Lavender Farm, mainly for a tour of the bee apiary. We have a little bee enthusiast in our family and it was his first experience seeing live bee hives. Ian and his staff were sweet and kind to our very excited and chatty 5 year old! You can tell there is great care and love invested in the farm. Definitely plan to visit again when the lavender fields are in full bloom! The lavender ice cream was delicious as was the honey we brought home as a souvenir.
  • Beautiful family farm. Can't wait to go back when the lavender is blooming. A lot of walking with little shade so be prepared. Staff friendly and helpful. Prices reasonable. Enjoyed the day with my family. Tried the lavender ice cream and lemonade. It was quite refreshing on such a hot day. Even brought home lavender plants.
  • I am sure this is a lovely place to go on a date. But not for young families. We came for the Lavender Festival and realized that it did not cater to kids, and so wouldn't be worth the entry fee for our preschool aged children (and there was no family discount). We tried looking through the gift shop but everything was at extremely high premium prices (and very, very crowded). On our way back to the car, our little girl wanted to stop and look at the horses in the field beside the parking lot. An employee came stomping up to our family and reamed us out for looking at the horses without paying. [Editing to add: in fairness - he told us his boss made him do it.] He said we were not allowed to even look at the horses (on display right beside the lot) unless we paid the $$$ per person to enter the farm. Our child cried all the way to the car. Incredibly rude and disappointing which is too bad because I wanted to love this place. :(
  • Beautiful fields striped with purple lines of lavender. I recommend going earlier in the day because there isn't a lot of shade and the fields get very hot! Also, it becomes difficult to get nice pictures without other guests in the background! The gift shop/barn has lavender honey (a blind taste test illustrated just how strong the lavender flavour was), macarons, lavender caramels, tea ice cream and lemonade as well as candles and other non edibles. We got all the lavender flavoured food and everything was excellent and very strongly flavoured lavender. The ice cream especially was amazing and made on the premise. The bee keeping space and horses are south and west of the barn respectively. This place would be a gorgeous location for a purple themed wedding! Dogs are allowed in certain areas.
  • Recommend going earlier in the day if you want to take in the scenery without a lot of tourists, the afternoon gets very busy. Take the tour if you can, very interesting to learn about the different types of lavender, processing for oil and how honey is harvested. The lavender ice cream is highly recommended, try it if you can. We did buy the lavender honey, to be honest not worth the money it tasted like regular honey. The packaging is beautiful though.