Spring time travel in the Netherlands is incomplete with a visit to the spectacular Keukenhof Gardens, the world’s largest flower garden. The long stretch of bulb fields consisting of colourful tulips, daffodils and hyacinths are in full bloom for a period of 2 months each year.
Pre-book your Keukenhof Gardens ticket and skip the long entrance queues and save up your time to experience the sheer abundance of colour spreading across 32 hectares of land.
Flowers delight, inspire and makes the world go round. And in 2019, it is this ‘Flower Power’ that Keukenhof celebrates in its 70th year. It was in 1969 that the Flower Power movement brought hippies and music together to make peace and not war. Where can be a better place to celebrate the strength of the lovely blooms than Keukenhof. As part of the theme, you will see an additional 50,000 bulbs of the wonderful tulips, grape hyacinths and crocuses laid out. So this season, say it with flowers.
21 March 2019 to 19 May 2019: DailyDuration
You may spend as long as you wishStart time
Keukenhof Gardens is open between 8am and 7:30pm.
Keukenhof Gardens, Stationsweg 166A, 2161 AM Lisse, Netherlands. It is easily accessible by both car and by train and bus.
You will receive bar-coded e-ticket in a separate email. Kindly use those vouchers to gain access to the Keukenhof Gardens.
Voucher information: No need to print! If you are travelling with a smartphone or tablet you can present your voucher on your device for this activity.
This voucher can be redeemed on any day at your convenience during the entire season.
We stepped off the plane, on to a special bus that took us directly to the Gardens, stowed our luggage in a secure place at no charge, stepped right up to the entrance, scanned...Constance Hammermeister, United States, 20/May/2018
It was great to be able to walk right up to the gate and enter the garden. It gave us more time to appreciate the beauty inside!...Barbara Beyer, United States, 30/Apr/2018
Gardens were beautiful and getting into the gardens was so simple with the skip the line E-ticket. Very good way to handle crowds....John Dodge, United States, 24/Apr/2018