Lavender Festival & Farms

Where Purple Fields, Art, Music, and Aromatic Blooms Unite for a Festival of Senses

The Lavender comes in bloom in July and offers purple spender into August. Lavender fans gather in Sequim to see the fields in Sequim WA just two hours from Seattle. The Sequim Lavender Festival offers three days of beautiful blooms as well as many free activities and a cultural program. The festival includes art shows, street fairs, live music, and food vendors. Attendees can visit several lavender farms, stroll through the blooms, and even pick lavender to take home

Lavender Festival Tents

Sequim Lavender Festival

The main venue for the Sequim Lavender Festival is Carrie Blake Park.

A beautiful outdoor performance stage is set up at the park. It features live music and various performances. The festival activities run from Friday and Saturday into Sunday concluding at 5 PM. With the festival over at the end of the weekend, the Lavender is in bloom, farms and shops open well into August.
Sequim has been known as the primary lavender destination in the U.S. for more than 20 years. The Sequim area with thirty farms has grown to over 100,000 plants used for cosmetics, decoration, and medicine.
Cary Blake Park is located on the Olympic Discovery Trial with access by a short walk or bicycle ride.
Leaving the Dungeness Valley Inn on Bicycle, the Cary Blake Park is just 15 minutes away, assuming you do not stop along the trail to bird watch at the Dungeness River or the many display booths along Fir Street.