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Bleu Lavande

#1 of 8 things to do in Stanstead Features Animals
891 Chemin Narrow, Route 247 | Fitch Bay, Stanstead, Quebec J0B 3E0, Canada
+1 819-876-5851
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This is the ultimate day trip. destination on a beautiful summer day or evening.

Arriving at Bleu Lavande is beyond description as there are acres upon acres of rows of lavender... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
kennstransky
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North Haverhill, New Hampshire
Be Sure to Visit in July not after the Harvest

This place is a cute outing for sightseeing and picnic but ensure that you go before the harvest... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
EllaElla79
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Montreal
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  • Average18%
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891 Chemin Narrow, Route 247 | Fitch Bay, Stanstead, Quebec J0B 3E0, Canada
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Reviewed 1 week ago

Arriving at Bleu Lavande is beyond description as there are acres upon acres of rows of lavender blooming wherever you look. Once inside the gates, make sure to get tickets for for guided (in French & English) tours as my guide was very informative. Then...More

1  Thank kennstransky
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

This place is a cute outing for sightseeing and picnic but ensure that you go before the harvest which starts early August. It is no use going if you dont see the lavender. The fields are very pretty, well-kept, and photogenic.

1  Thank EllaElla79
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Great place to visit and have a picnic, just want to add that the same lavender oil is sold at Costco at 2 bottles for 20$, much better deal. Tres beau pour passer la journey et avoir un picnic, le meme huile de lavende ce...More

Thank Beth L
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

My family and I (hubby and teen girls) decided this may be a fun detour on the way home from Quebec City after we heard it was peak Lavender season. It was nice and had plenty of tables for a picnic after admission is paid....More

1  Thank Carolyn H
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Beautiful fields and plenty of places to rest as you walk the area. Massages available, picnic opportunities, friendly staff, and shop full of lavander products.

Thank papajoe775
Reviewed 14 July 2017

Where do I begin? The scenic area. The excitement of vast rows of this herb under sunny skies. Charming little buildings with ice cream or donuts and lemonade all touched with lavender. Music and sand sculptures to enjoy. Massages outdoors! Friendly staff. Yummy lunches of...More

1  Thank Wendy W
Reviewed 4 July 2017

Beautiful lavender fields and a garden, My only disappointment is that we visit the Blue Lavender just two weeks after the peak season, but it was always a great place for an excursion. There are all kinds of picnic tables. You can bring your lunch...More

7  Thank Grace-Aguiar
Reviewed 30 June 2017

We visited late in the day and arrived just before the last tour at 5:00pm. It was a rather rainy day and so we were the only 3 on our tour. First there was a short film about the lavender farm and then we went...More

1  Thank EmEs
Reviewed 26 June 2017 via mobile

It was foolish of me to assume that there is lavender there all season, however I was a bit bummed out when I didn't see much in June! You pay 11$ to get in which gives you access to the fields and a guided tour...More

1  Thank lisa_hope89
Reviewed 8 September 2016

I am a big fan of plants and loved the concept of Bleu Lavande. Visitors are able to freely walk through the site and take photos as you please (and enjoy lavender ice cream!). My only critique would be that the tour felt a bit...More

1  Thank cherry_streets
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mishka282016
27 June 2016|
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Response from Christine M | Reviewed this property |
Cat remember the fee- there is no fee to see the exhibits and shop in the store both of which are wheelchair accessible, the fields themselves would require a strong armed pusher!
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BklynSu
18 May 2016|
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Response from michebagsnmore | Reviewed this property |
Unfortunately, I have yet to get there in peak season. I would say July would be the best chance of seeing fields in full bloom. I always end up there in May or June and it is too early
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