The Mayfield Lavender farm in Surrey, England, has become a popular travel destination for tourists seeking the perfect photo.
Instagram users seem to particularly love the farm, as a search for the #MayfieldLavender hashtag currently yields more than 20,000 results.
But, while some Instagram users are said to have caused damage to other flower fields around the world, Brendan Maye, the farm’s founder, told INSIDER that the location’s fields remain in good condition.
It currently costs $3.14 (£2.50 GBP) for people aged 16 and older to enter the farm, which is home to a gift shop and cafe.
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From Big Ben to Stonehenge, England is home to tons of Instagram-worthy destinations. And recently, a colorful farm in the county of Surrey has joined the list.
The Mayfield Lavender farm was created by Brendan Maye in the late ’90s, and opened for business in 2008. It’s located in Banstead, Surrey, and has become increasingly popular in recent years. Instagram users seem to especially love the destination, as thousands of images of the farm have been uploaded to the platform.
And while large influxes of tourists have proved to be disastrous for some popular destinations around the world, the same doesn’t seem to be the case for the Mayfield Lavender farm.
Surrey’s Mayfield Lavender farm, a little over an hour’s drive from central London, is a hit with visitors — especially those on Instagram
At the time of this post, a search for the “MayfieldLavender” hashtag on Instagram yields more than 20,000 results.
Many photos show people sitting alongside the fields, skipping through the lavender, and posing with friends.
If only you could scratch and sniff this picture… 💜 #lavender #mayfieldlavender #london #countryside
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Source:: Business Insider