Take A Tour

Guided Tours

Guided Tours are available at Lavender Hill Farm. Our entertaining and knowledgeable guides will take you through the lavender hills and tell you all about lavender, its uses, and answer questions. Our tours are $5 per person and usually last about 30 minutes.

Group Tours


For large groups, tour bus visits, or class trips please email us at events@lavenderhillfarm.com. We will be happy to schedule your visit and can set up crafts, lunches or specific lessons for your group.

Walking Trails

Stroll the fields and our trails. over a mile of medium to advanced skill level walking trails that are free for you to enjoy during our operational hours.

Self-Guided Tours

Self-guided walking tours are free and relaxing. Wander through a wonderland of lavender at Lavender Hill Farm in Northern Michigan!

Lavender Hill Farm gives visitors of all ages the unique opportunity to relax, explore and indulge. With more than 26 varieties of lavender on 33 a

acres, our farm offers a remarkable “hands-on” experience for everyone. Stroll our structured lavender labyrinth, walk our mile long

walking trail, visit our sunflower plots, hand cut your own bouquets and watch our bees at work. Be surrounded by the scents and scenery of acres of lavender.

Cool off on a hot day with our local hand-crafted ice cream. Swing on our swings, sip some lavender soda in a chair overlooking the fields. Let our chocolate truffles melt in your mouth. Smooth scented hand lotion on after picking your own lavender.  Or just sit back and relax in the shade, surrounded by a fragrance like none other.

Watch lavender plants being distilled into oil in our Still House and stop by our Drying Shed to see the lavender gently swaying in the breeze as it hangs from long ropes. Visit our newly redesigned gift shop with decorative and therapeutic locally hand-crafted lavender products including sachets, beauty products, and more — all designed to bring the luxury of lavender to you, your home and your family.

Lavender Labyrinth

From Ancient times, the labyrinth has been used for a path of quiet meditation and prayer. Different from a maze that challenges you to make choices, walking a labyrinthine path will lead you to the center and back out again, with no dead ends or false paths. It has been said, “In a maze you lose yourself. In a labyrinth you find yourself.”
At Lavender Hill Farm, we have created a classic, seven circuit labyrinth out of our lavender plants, giving visitors the perfect space to

reflect and recharge amidst the sweet scents and natural beauty of lavender.

Guidelines for Walking the Labyrinth

Approach the stone piles and enter the pathway at your own pace, walking quietly and in respect of those who have entered before you. Walk until you reach the center. Pause. Retrace your steps to exit.
There may be others walking in the opposite direction. On your journey you may step aside to allow others to pass. You may choose to reflect on a phrase such as: “all things are possible…” or, “Be still and know….” Peace be with you.








For the comfort and safety of our guests, employees and plants, we ask that you leave your pets at home. With the exception of service animals, dogs are not permitted on our farm. We hope you have a wonderful visit and apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.



SAFETY FIRST. To ensure the safety of our guests and staff, we ask that everyone wear face masks when inside our boutique, participating in artisan classes, or within close range to others. We are actively taking steps to keep our farm as clean and as safe as possible and greatly appreciate your cooperation. We are operating in accordance within CDC guidelines.