Drone video shows 40 acres of tulips at Oregon festival

Your take: Drone flight over Tulip Fest

WOODBURN, Ore. – The Wooden Shoe Tulip Festival in Woodburn is an annual tradition for many Oregonians.

For a few glorious weeks, visitors can see 40 acres of land covered in layers of tulips.

Photographer Clifford Paguio took advantage of the stunning scene this year by taking his drone out for a flight. In this video, you can see a bird’s-eye view of just how many tulips are at the farm this year.

Tulip Fest runs from March to May. Besides tulips, the festival features food, wine tasting, a children’s play area, hay rides and cut flowers for sale.

Admission is $5 per person or $20 per car. For more about the festival, click here


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