Keukenhof, flower fields and Bulb Farm€ 65
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Keukenhof & Bulb Farm
Keukenhof is the largest flower garden in Europe and one of the most spectacular attractions in the Netherlands. Open to the public only for a limited amount of time each year, the Keukenhof park contains over seven million flowers and is perhaps most famous for its colorful tulips. It opens its doors in late March and closes in mid-May. Combine your trip to Keukenhof with a tour of a real bulb farm! See how the flowers are harvested, meet the people who make it possible and take pictures of the tulip fields from up close. Book your tickets now!
Keukenhof is located near the town of Lisse in the Netherlands. It is surrounded by long, vibrant fields of tulips which are one of the country’s most photographed and iconic landscapes. Within the grounds of Keukenhof, you will find more than seven million flowers in all shapes and sizes. The park offers a world of fragrances and colors, divided into beautiful themed gardens meticulously crafted by expert landscapers. Every year, Keukenhof changes the design of its gardens based on a unique theme. Enjoy the peace and tranquility in this one-of-a-kind, enchanting tulip garden.
Visit a bulb farm!
A tour of a real bulb farm is the perfect way to complete your trip to Keukenhof. During your time at the bulb farm, you will be able to learn about the history and methods used to harvest the plants, told by the farmers themselves. The bulb farm is also the perfect opportunity to photograph the surreal, impressionist landscape of the tulip fields from up close, as these are normally inaccessible to the public.
Make your reservations now!
The Keukenhof and flower farm are only open for a limited period each year. The best way to ensure availability is to make your reservations in advance, which you can do quickly and easily on our website. Tickets booked here also include transportation, fast-track admission to the park and a live guide in English, Spanish and German. The tour departs from Damrak 26, just a few steps away from Amsterdam Central Station. Don’t miss this opportunity and book your tickets now!