A flower field in Worcestershire has been named among the best in the UK to visit this summer in a list by HouseBeautiful.

Introducing the list, HouseBeautiful said: “Looking to visit a glorious flower field? From dazzling lavender displays to rolling carpets of colourful tulips, there are plenty of beautiful fields you won't believe are in the UK.

“Some flower fields even offer pick-your-own services so you can take a bunch home with you. Please note that many fields require you to pre-book (even if they are free), so always check before you travel.”

Confetti Fields in the Wyke Manor Estate in Pershore was listed alongside 11 other flower fields including Hitchin Lavender in Hertfordshire, Rhosilli Bay in Wales and more.

You can see the full list via the HouseBeautiful website.

What HouseBeautiful said about Confetti Fields

HouseBeautiful recommends a visit to Confetti Fields which is open in June and July.

It said: “Situated in the Wyke Manor Estate, the famous confetti fields from the Real Flower Petal Confetti Company are definitely worth exploring.

“Open to the public in June and July, you'll find hundreds of beautiful, natural and biodegradable flowers.”

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The Confetti Direct website explains that the flower field will be open from Friday, June 28 to Sunday July 7, 2024.

Tickets will go on sale “around midday on Tuesday 18th June” with the website telling visitors that it holds off with ticket sales until organisers are “100% sure all is well” since the flowers growing depends on the weather.

General admission will cost £9 and it’s free to park your car.

On Tripadvisor, Confetti Fields has earned a 4/5 star rating on Tripadvisor from 95 reviews.

One visitor said: “This was an amazing surprise. The flowers were beautiful and the location was very well set up and organised. It was extremely good value for money. Would thoroughly recommend especially well suited to families”.

Another said: “Came along for the beautiful displays in the Confetti fields. Absolutely amazing. Although lots of people there we found plenty of space to wander amongst the glorious flowers.”

You can find out more information about the Confetti Fields via the website.