Keukenhof Gardens tickets can be purchased online and are valid for a specific date and time slot. The entrance fee for adults is €19.00 and for children aged 4-17, it's €9.00 (children aged 0-3 go free)
Yes, Keukenhof is open daily from 23rd March to 14th May from 8:00 am to 7:30 pm.
Yes, the park is open every day during the opening period, including Sundays and holidays.
The best time to visit Keukenhof is before 11:00 am or after 3:00 pm to avoid the crowds. Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday are usually quieter days.
The timing of the bloom is dependent on the weather, but typically crocuses, daffodils, hyacinths and early tulips are planted for the beginning of the season. Other flowers, such as the larger tulips, bloom later in the season. The pavilions also have flower shows from the first day to the last day of the opening period.
When planning your visit to Keukenhof Gardens, it's important to allocate enough time to fully enjoy the breathtaking floral displays. On average, exploring the gardens themselves typically takes about 2 to 4 hours. However, to make the most of your visit, we suggest setting aside an additional 2 to 4 hours to venture beyond the gardens and admire the stunning flower fields in the surrounding area.
In 2017, Keukenhof, a famous floral park, welcomed 1.4 million visitors. Among them, 20% were Dutch, while 40% came from Germany, the UK, and Belgium. Notably, the number of visitors from the USA and China increased in recent times, with 10% coming from the USA and 8% from China. The park's diverse floral displays and attractions draw people from various countries, making it a popular international destination for nature enthusiasts and tourists alike.
Yes, you are allowed to bring your own food and drinks, and there are picnic meadows and benches throughout the park where you can enjoy them.
Photography is allowed in Keukenhof Tulip Gardens, but commercial photography requires prior approval. Drones are not allowed.
Yes, there are many gift shops and kiosks throughout the park where you can buy souvenirs and gifts
Yes, parking at Keukenhof is available with a pre-purchased parking ticket. You can book your entrance ticket and parking token online at Keukenhof.nl. The parking fee for cars is €6 per car, and the car park closes at 19:30. It's important to note that there are only a limited number of charging stations for electric cars available in the car park near the main entrance.
If you want to explore the surrounding area by bike, you can rent bicycles at the car park located next to the main entrance.
Yes, you can store smaller items for free in the lockers located next to the main entrance. The dimensions of the lockers are 25x55x45 cm. If you have bigger luggage, you can leave it at the luggage depot during your visit. The depot is located near the entrance of Keukenhof.
Yes, manual wheelchairs are available for rent for €5 in the Keukenhof ticket shop. If you have your own electric wheelchair, you are welcome to use it in the park. However, electric wheelchairs are not available for rent at Keukenhof.
Yes, free Wi-Fi is available around the pavilions in the park. This means you can stay connected while enjoying the beautiful surroundings.
Yes, there are a limited number of charging stations for electric cars in the car park near the main entrance. If you're unsure where to find these, you can ask the parking attendant when you drive into the car park. In case of an emergency, it's also possible to charge your electric bicycle at the bicycle rental.