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This single-day trip takes you through Abbotsford’s unique collection of gardens, farms and wineries. From fields of fragrant lavender to endless rows of berries you can pick yourself, Abbotsford is a farm tour capital. 

Out of respect for the longstanding relationships that Stó:lō People have with this territory, we gratefully acknowledge the Semá:th and Máthekwi First Nations who are the original caretakers of the unceded land we operate on.

Day 1
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    29985 Downes Rd, Abbotsford, BC, CA, V4X 1Z8

    For Breakfast, head to Brambles Bistro at Tanglebank Gardens. Tanglebank is a multi-generational family farm and boutique garden centre and bistro, where they strive to create an experience of outdoor inspiration. Whether you’re strolling through the colourful gardens, enjoying fresh, local ingredients in Brambles Bistro, shopping in the gift shop or picking out plants for your own home, they are passionate about providing unique, quality items that inspire and encourage people to cultivate. As A destination for all, Tanglebank welcomes young and old to come and experience all that they have to offer. Plan to give yourself time to stroll after breakfast or just sit in the garden enjoying the breeze, the fragrance and the beauty.

  • Tanglebank Gardens

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    Five Acres Flower Farm

    29044 Haverman Rd, Abbotsford, BC, CA, V4X 2P3

    After breakfast and a wander through the Tanglebank Gardens, head to Five Acres Flower Farm. This farm specializes in dahlia tubers, tulips and peonies. They offer flowers and bulbs at their farm stand from Friday through Sunday, or you can sign up for one of their flower workshops.

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    Tuscan Farm Gardens

    6834 Mount Lehman Rd, Abbotsford, BC, CA, V4X 2G5

    Visit this farm for its thousands of fragrant lavender plants and other wildflowers. You can also pick up some natural products from their shop, like soaps, honey and teas.

  • Tuscan Farm Gardens

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    Baron’s Bistro

    1276 Tower St, Abbotsford, BC, CA, V2T 6H5

    Time to stop for some lunch at this unique dining destination. Located at the Abbotsford International Airport, you can watch the planes go by as you enjoy a delicious meal.

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    International Friendship Garden

    32320 George Ferguson Way, Abbotsford, BC, CA, V2T 6N4

    Next, head into town to the International Friendship Garden. This scenic park is a must-see in Abbotsford, especially for the large striking golden tree memorial sculpture.

  • International Friendship Garden

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    Maan Farms Market and Estate Winery

    790 McKenzie Rd, Abbotsford, BC, CA, V2S 7N4

    After lunch, head east to Maan Farms. This Abbotsford stable offers a variety of farm experiences across the seasons, like their U-Pick berry farm, and pumpkin patch and haunted maze in the fall. You can also pay a visit to their winery tasting room.

  • Maan Farms

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    Ripples Estate Winery

    3387 Tolmie Rd, Abbotsford, BC, Canada, V3G 2T9

    Make your way to Ripples Estate Winery & New Wave Distilling for an artisanal cocktail or wine tasting. Located in the heart of the Fraser Valley, tucked into a garden oasis you will find craft cocktails, artisan wines and tasty bites sourced from their own ingredients, sustainably. Be sure to sit out in their Secret Garden. The ambiance is tropical garden party meets elegance. The beautiful clear roof reception space is filled with tropical trees and plants and draped with elegant chiffon with massive, dimmable crystal chandeliers that twinkle all night. Water features add soft sounds so you can focus on the scent of jasmine and ginger lilies, as they fill the air.

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    Restaurant 62

    110 – 33559 Marshall Rd, Abbotsford, BC, CA, V2S 1K8

    Save room for an excellent farm-to-table meal at Restaurant 62. This fine dining destination brings the best of local goods straight to your plate. Accompany your meal with a wine pairing with local and global wines.

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    Clarion Hotel & Conference Centre

    36035 N Parallel Rd, Abbotsford, BC, CA, V3G 2C6

    Time to rest up before continuing your journey to Chilliwack. Spend a relaxing night at Clarion Hotel.

  • If you’re visiting Abbotsford in the spring, be sure to pay a visit to Lakeland Flowers, home of the Abbotsford Tulip Festival.