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Bloomsbury Farm

3260 69th Street

About Us:
Bloomsbury Farm began as a greenhouse and landscaping business in 1995. Owner Karen Petersen had a degree in Floriculture, and after working in the floral industry for a while, decided she wanted to run her own business, doing something she enjoyed. In 1995, Karen opened Bloomsbury Farm and Greenhouse, a greenhouse and landscaping business, located in one of the barns on the farm. Karen chose the name "Bloomsbury" because it was the name of a town in a Peter Pan book she used to read to her children. She eventually diversified the business some and ventured into the floral market as well. Bloomsbury Farm and Greenhouse was well-known for making beautiful flower arrangements for weddings, funerals, and anything else you can imagine!


Matt Shelangoski

Friday, March 9, 2018
This is an absolutely perfect place for the kids and the whole family. They offer a lot of different activities, such as tractor-pulled 'hay rides' that take you around the whole area and drop off/pick up people who want to do the kids corn maze/scavenger hunt as well as the pumpkin-patch fields to pick your own pumpkins. They have a couple of indoor younger age haunted houses during the normal day time hours until 4PM or 5PM. The other haunted maze activities are directed towards older kids/adults, which start after dark around 8PM and it is put on by real actors with extensive makeup and costumes. The farm actually closes for 2 to 3 hours, 5PM or 6PM til 8PM while they get all the actors and everything ready. They have air canons that shoot pumpkins, a zip line, and they even have a wine and beer area attached to the gift shop up front There are many other amenities for people of all ages.

glen gardner

Friday, June 8, 2018
Great place to enjoy with family and friends. Agritainment at its best!

Melissa Legg

Tuesday, Dec. 5, 2017
We always have a blast hanging out at Bloomsbury Farm! I wish we had known before that there was a maze and a haunted house, but another mom let us know this year! My kiddos loved it!! Of course it is always fun to play the games, sit in the big chair, see the animals, and jump on the pillow.

dani woods

Wednesday, June 6, 2018
You end up paying quite a bit for your kids to feed their animals, climb on ties and jump in hay and corn. Things like the Pumpkin Chucker costs extra. Every year it gets busier and busier without any improvements to process the sales quicker, but there seems to be less to do and the service gets worse every year as well

Chuck Rowan

Sunday, Oct. 29, 2017
It's like a little Disneyland in the heartland. So many things to do for both young and old. We had to come back a second day to finish up on the things we missed the first time. Most impressive were the staff, friendly and respectful. I highly recommend you spend a day at Bloomsbury Farm

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