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Welcome to Lavender Waves Farm, a private lavender farm located in the heart of
Southern Rhode Island.

Best of New England award

The Farm is only open at the times listed on the calendar for activities. If you are looking to visit the farm on a day that is not listed, check out our private tours, Luxurious Lavender Picnics, Photo Shoots, Farm Stays, and membership packages. 

Sound Bath 
& Meditation


Soulful Saturday



Stroll through our 4,000 lavender plants and cut your own bundle of lavender.

Bring your own scissors and baskets!

Names of the lavender variety can be found at the starting row from the Gazebo. Lavender in bloom will be written in a chalkboard, viewable as you enter the farm.

This is a rain or shine event.

If the lavender is unavailable for any reason, your cutting ticket will entitle you to one standard bundle of lavender. 

There is a $5 admission fee to get onto the farm, and an additional $15 fee to be able to cut your own bundle of lavender.


You are able to purchase your tickets ahead of time, or purchase them at the gate when you come to visit. 


Lavender Yoga

Come join us on the farm for a relaxing session of Lavender Yoga, taking place Sundays at 9!

Check out our calendar for dates.

Subscribe to Our Newsletter
The mailing list does NOT give you a reservation to one of our events!  
You must follow the link and purchase tickets in order to attend our Cut Your Own Lavender events. Entrance for General Admission days do not require a ticket and can be paid at the entrance to the farm.

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About Our


Welcome to Lavender Wave Farm, we are so happy you're here! 

We are a locally-owned, 14 acre lavender farm situated in the heart of Southern Rhode Island in the great town of South Kingstown.


Lavender Waves Farm is home to 60 animals, 4,000 lavender plants of 10 varieties, and a luxury Airbnb farm suite.


We look forward to seeing you either at one of our farm events or for a stay in our luxuriously rustic Farm Suite. 


Lavender Waves Farm



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