Frequently Asked Questions
36737 North Parallel Road, Abbotsford, BC 1 kilometer East of Whatcom Road on the North side of Highway 1. Just follow your neighbour. Or Google.
Not to give you the runaround, but check out the Admission Page for all pricing.
Parking is included with your admission to Bloom. So please feel free to park. (Free being the operative word.)
Our festival hours run from 9AM to 7:30pm (weather dependent). Entry is closed after 7~7:30pm (weather dependent) but visitors may stay in the fields until dusk. Magic Hour passes can be purchased allow for entry from Sunrise until 9am.
Bloom is an outdoor event. Our Field Report page provides up-to-date weather conditions and current photos of the site. We recommended bringing rubber boots and umbrellas if showers are in the weather forecast. (Being damp and mucky is never fashionable.)
No need to “hold it”. We have clean portable toilets available – including limited wheelchair accessible toilets and hand washing stations.
Absolutely. We even have covered picnic areas available. Bon appétit.
No Barbecues are prohibited.
Concession stands, yes and, we have food trucks available on-site.
We’re dog people – so yes, bring your four-legged friends. Just note that dogs are required to be on a leash at all times and friendly. Dog waste bags are available on-site.
Smoking is prohibited on the festival grounds. (Our tulips aren’t fans of second-hand smoke.)
Cash, Visa, MasterCard, American Express, Debit.
We love birthdays. We just don’t host birthday parties here, unfortunately.
We do not offer field trips this year, we are hopeful for the future.
All tickets and flowers purchased from Bloom (online or in-person) are final sale. No rain cheques.
Drones are prohibited during regular business hours. Please email for drone inquires.
The answer is “it depends”. We want Bloom to be accessible to everyone, but with our event being on a farm unfortunately there are some cases where guests won’t be able to access our field. Weather can drastically effect our wheelchair & stroller accessibility. So please check site updates to ensure our field is suitable for your visit. See more details below.
Most strollers are able to get around our grounds comfortable. People with strollers designed for trails / off-road will have the best experience, although most regular full sizes strollers are ok too. Here are the exceptions: Umbrella type mini strollers with the thin, small wheels. Parents with multiple strollers will have a difficult time, both hand will be needed to maneuver around the field.
Wheelchairs with wider or pneumatic tires, and an attendant to help get around with a moderate amount of effort. Wheelchair exceptions: Heavier wheelchairs (ie: specialty electric wheelchairs), or those with thin wheels will have a difficult time in our field. Wheelchairs without attendant are not recommended as you will need help in certain areas, especially if you veer off the pathways.