Spring is here, and if you're ready to welcome in all the beautiful sights and scents of the season, you'll want to pack up the family and take a little day trip to this stunning festival full of flowers just a few hours from the SouthCoast.

The Trustees' Daffodil and Tulip Festival at Naumkeag in Stockbridge is back for its third year through May 17, with more than 130 thousand bright and beautiful daffodil and tulip bulbs (and much more) for our viewing pleasure. The festival sits on an estate of 44 acres, eight of which are dedicated to the flowers, and features incredible backdrops of Monument Mountain and the Berkshire Hills.

Aside from exploring through rows upon rows of daffodils and tulips, visitors will also be able to participate in horticultural tours and workshops, art classes and kids' activities.

Festival tickets are now on sale in one-hour increments through The Trustees' website and, due to limited capacity because of COVID-19 regulations, are expected to sell out soon. Adult tickets cost $15 on weekdays and $20 on weekends. Tickets for kids between 2 and 12 are always $5 and kids under 2 get in for free. Members of The Trustees have access to discounted tickets.

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