Don't miss out on this summer's must-visit destination, The Sunflower Field in Autaugaville, Alabama, which truly comes alive during this vibrant season.

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What started as a request ten years ago turned into a magical location for sunflowers. According to an Instagram video, a daughter begged her father to plant her “just a small patch of sunflowers.”

“He Definitely Overdelivered.”

Owners Todd and Kim said that The Sunflower Field has been a blessing to them, and they appreciate all the support they have received. “It makes you feel good to know that others want you to succeed.”

Add the Sunflower Field to Your Alabama Summer Bucket List

Alabamians and visitors from other states come during this season to take in the beauty of the sunflowers. The fields have seen everything from family photo shoots to wedding engagements.

What You Need to Know About Your Visit to The Sunflower Field

Location of The Sunflower Field

They are located at the intersection of Hwy. 14 and County Road 33.

101 County Road 33
Autaugaville, AL 36003


3301 Hwy. 14 West
Autaugaville, AL 36003

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Dates and Times of the Sunflower Season

They opened on June 15 and will have sunflowers for “about 20 or so days,” said the Facebook Page.

Instagram said they are open “Saturday 6 a.m.-.8 p.m. and Sunday - Friday 8 a.m.-8 p.m.”

Important Reminders


We are able to accept cash + cards

We have one porta-potty on site for emergencies - we HIGHLY recommend making a stop to use the restroom before you get here!

There are lots of bees in the field. If you are allergic, please be aware. They generally keep to themselves and do their jobs!

Bring your own clippers if you can. We have some onsite, but people tend to walk off with them like ink pens.


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