Photo of Carousel Farm Lavender in Mechanicsville, PA, US
Photo of Carousel Farm Lavender in Mechanicsville, PA, US
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Carousel Farm Lavender


bucks county • full bloom • peaceful place • peddler's village

5966 Mechanicsville Road
Mechanicsville, PA 18934, US
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  • Photo of Roz E
    a year ago
    Nice landscape and lavender smelled amazing. If you can't make it to Provence, this will do. You can walk the fields and bring your dog with you. I'll visit when it's harvest season.
  • Photo of tobwed
    a year ago
    I live right down the road from this farm. It's really beautiful and picturesque. Downsides are you have to hit it the right time. You have to go on a Saturday since that's the only day they are open (I think in the summer they might have extended hours) and you have to be careful of bees. But adorable little store, beautiful spot. We love going here.
  • Photo of Jooday
    a year ago
    This place is a hidden gem and brought back great memories of the lavender fields in Provence. Purple and white lavenders were in full bloom, and we were taught how to plant and enjoy the flowers by the wonderful owner, Nico. The farm is beautifully maintained. We attended the weekly guided tour for $10 per person, and we were treated with a tour of the lavender fields and original farm buildings. The owner did an amazing job restoring the farm and for creating such a lovely place. The store is well stocked with products made on-site. The journey down from New Jersey was also very scenic with many farmers markets and fresh produce spot.
  • Photo of SophiaXu2015
    a year ago
    very beautiful. You can smell the scent of lavender even you just step out of the car, Came with 5 other family. We visited peddler's village right after.
  • Photo of Lisa B
    a year ago
    My daughter and I went so that she could take pictures. The farm is incredibly well maintained. They had both purple and white lavender. The store was very nice but we didn't purchase anything because my husband isn't a fan on lavender. Also, check the website because they offer tours during the week and they are open most Sundays during the summer.
  • Photo of Jennifer R
    2 years ago
    I enjoyed going to Carousel Farm Lavender, minutes from Peddler's Village and New Hope, Bucks County, Pennsylvania. Great location for photography and art. They also have an indoor shop where you can buy Lavender made products.
  • Photo of roseannl26
    2 years ago
    When you visit this farm you will feel like you are in Europe, possibly southern France. This was my second visit and the Lavender was just coming into bloom. May go again in a few weeks. Lovely trip from NJ shore to a quiet, peaceful place
  • Photo of Don M
    2 years ago
    We learned online about the lavender season on Central Pennsylvania and decided to take a look. Carousel Farms is an impressive 1800s farm which has been beautifully renovated and acts as a backdrop for a working lavender product business. Primary product is lavender oil and related products. About 20% of crop is dried for other uses. Timing is important. You want to get there after the harvest has started while the plants are still lush. Guided tours are modestly priced and give you the best photographic opportunities.
  • Photo of Fireside54
    2 years ago
    This is a fully-functioning lavender farm, with an attached apiary (bee farm). Come in the spring and especially summer to see the huge lavender fields alive with butterflies and honeybees (excellent for photographers!) and be sure to visit the farm store while you're there. They have every imaginable way of using lavender, from crafts to housewares to some very unusual applications like bar soap with actual lavender blossoms (it really is amazing stuff). Hours vary, so check ahead.
  • Photo of Chris M
    2 years ago
    We live very close by and have called a few times before going out to see if they were open. Also called to see if they had a venue for bridal showers. Man on the phone 3 times was nasty and disinterested in our business. And they are never open when we drive over there. I don't know how they have so many good reviews.
  • Photo of jkuts
    2 years ago
    Love visiting when the lavender is in bloom in June. We've been here twice. They have a nice shop too. Lots of lavender gifts to choose from.
  • Photo of arlenemurphy
    2 years ago
    We went on a hot Saturday in July when the lavender was in bloom and the fragrance filled the air. There were many photographers there capturing the beauty. There was also a group of artists painting. Stopped into the little shop which had many lavender products and some honey. I was able to get many beautiful shots to turn into watercolors. A very nice place to go and then off to have a nice lunch. There was no fee on sat and sundays. Just on Weds for the 1 hr tour.
  • Photo of Jim M
    3 years ago
    Great place. Go on a Wednesday and take the one hour tour. Fields were in full bloom in July. Restored barn, carriage house ,and spring house. Lavender products made on site and available to purchase. Then take time to wander around on your own and visit the store. Beautiful, peaceful place. Great knowledgable staff.
  • Photo of hairen
    3 years ago
    We visited the farm this morning after our friend told us this nice local farm. It worth to go and get fresh lavender sweet smell. The lavender just start to bloom. The butterfly and honey bees are all around. The owner of the farm told us the butterfly will come like cloud after the lavender fully blooming within next two weeks. I will come back to have some nice photo.
  • Photo of Renee D
    3 years ago
    Stopped by to see the farm, lavender past blooom time so I will have to visit again in the spring. The store was open andI got some culinary lavender and other products (hand lotion, soap and aromatherapy candle). The grounds are lovely and the staff was very knowledgeable and helpful.
  • Photo of shoobill
    4 years ago
    We stopped at the Carousel Farm on a Saturday. It is in a peaceful, rural setting. Browsed through the store, which was very nice, and then walked around the grounds. The lavender plants were beautiful and attracted numerous bees and butterflies. We enjoyed walking around and snapping pictures of the lavender. Some time we will have to come back to take the guided tour.
  • Photo of Julie H
    4 years ago
    I visited last year and enjoyed walking the grounds but this year we joined the tour which gives the history of the buildings and takes you inside. It was exceptional. The people are wonderful, the farm gorgeous and intoxicating. What they have done is incredible. A must see!
  • Photo of Nanny_on_the_scene
    This lavender farm in a bucolic setting is lovely when the lavender is in full bloom (late June through August). Walk through the rows of lavender and watch the bees and butterflies at work. The scent is intoxicating, and the purple haze against the evergreen backdrop is so picturesque for amazing photos. Every summer we enjoy a Bucks County day trip and visit Solebury Orchards (mmmm, cider doughnuts) after the lavender farm. Everyone is friendly and will answer all your questions. Stop and say hello to the alpacas at the fence and visit the chickens. The farm is well-tended and always immaculate. The gift shop has wonderful, high-quality items and I always buy most of my Christmas gifts while visiting in the middle of the summer. They have all sorts of lavender gifts: candles, organic lavender honey, creams/lotions/soaps, but my favorite are the woven lavender air fresheners. Squeeze and wave the wand to produce wafts of lavender scent in the room. They also sell lavender plants so you can create your own lavender field at home.
  • Photo of desmerelda47
    6 years ago
    Bring your camera. The fields of blooming lavender plants make wonderful photos, from closeups with bees on the blooms, to long rows into infinity. The smell is heavenly. It is peaceful and lovely. And you can buy some soap or candles that are locally made.
  • Photo of CD D
    6 years ago
    Awesome soap and lotions! A Bucks County gem! The lavender products smell so good and aren't too overpowering!

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