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Keukenhof Tickets highlights

  • Get a last-minute priority entrance to the beautiful Keukenhof and go on a sensory journey through Keukenhof's winding paths, where you can stroll through beautiful tulip fields.

  • Marvel at the beauty of over 800 different varieties of tulips and seven million blooming buds spread across the 32 hectares of landscape.

  • Wander through themed gardens like the Organic Garden, Tropical Beach Garden, and Pink Tea Garden with unique layouts and beautiful designs

  • Enjoy the Anthuriums and Orchids Show in the Beatrix Pavilions with blooming plants in a colorful ambiance.

  • Experience traditional Dutch culture with demonstrations of old crafts, folk music, and delicious regional food during the Holland Heritage Days show.


Stationsweg 166A, 2161 AM Lisse, Netherlands

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  • If cancellation is made 5 days or more before the date of travel, no cancellation fees will be charged.
  • If cancellation is made within 5 days before the date of travel, total booking cost will be charged as cancellation fees.
  • In the event of unforeseen weather conditions, union issues, government restrictions, or any other circumstances beyond human control, certain trips or activities may be cancelled. In such cases, alternate feasible options will be provided. However, a cash refund will not be available.
INR 31.127
INR 32.3

Keukenhof Tickets overview

Activity Location: Stationsweg 166A, 2161 AM, Lisse

Activity Timings: 08:00 AM - 07:30 PM (March 20 - May 11, 2025)

Activity Duration: 2h 30mins to 8h 30mins (depending on the variant)

About Keukenhof:

A floral paradise awaits you during your Amsterdam tour as you purchase Keukenhof tickets. Renowned as the Garden of Europe, Keukenhof ranks among the largest flower gardens in the world and is home to millions of locally grown flowers. The garden is situated in Lisse, a small town on the outskirts of the Dutch capital Amsterdam. Keukenhof attracts millions of visitors during the spring months of March to May with its vibrant floral blossoms and flower festivals.

Host of the iconic Amsterdam Tulip Festival, the garden offers you the chance to discover more than 800 varieties of tulips spread over 32 hectares of Keukenhof. With five inspirational gardens, numerous flower shows, flower arrangement demonstrations, children's play areas, and the majestic Flower Parade, Keukenhof has something everyone. Plan your visit around the Flower Parade to witness a magnificent show of floral floats, traditional costumes and classical dance performances. 

Go beyond the classic garden exploration with flower arrangement demonstrations organised by expert professionals who teach you their incredible skills. And if you wish to take the flowers home, there are numerous stalls and shops selling tulip bulbs and other flowering plants grown by local Dutch farmers at Keukenhof. 

About Keukenhof Tickets:

  • Explore the majestic Garden of Europe with your Keukenhof Gardens tickets, which allow you access to one of the world’s largest flower gardens.
  • Witness more than 800 variants of the iconic tulips of the Netherlands in full bloom during the spring months of March to May.
  • With more than seven million flowers of hundreds of species in full bloom, Keukenhof is a mesmerising sight to admire with its vibrant colours and unique fragrances.
  • Walk through smooth well-paved pathways as you explore beautiful themed gardens like the Organic Garden, Tropical Beach Garden, Red Romance Garden, Pink Tea Garden, and Graffiti Garden.
  • Attend breathtaking flower shows conducted at the Oranje Nassau and Beatrix Pavilions daily and experience the hard work of Dutch gardeners behind the glorious blooms of the garden.
  • Participate in the iconic Amsterdam Tulip Festival, which is held at Keukenhof from March to May, and discover the fascinating flowers that make Amsterdam popular around the world.
  • With your Keukenhof tickets you can also learn the art of flower arrangement at the special demonstrations organised by expert practitioners in the Oranje Nassau Pavilion of Keukenhof.
  • Engage your little ones at the children-special exhibits of Keukenhof like the petting zoo, playgrounds, and a floral maze among other attractions.
  • Soak in the traditional Dutch culture as you explore the windmills of Keukenhof, as well as displays of Delft Blue pottery and the famed wooden shoes.
  • Relish warm beverages and mouthwatering meals as you click memorable photographs and spend time with your loved ones at Keukenhof.
  • Purchase tulip bulbs and numerous other flowering plants cultivated by local Dutch farmers as gifts for your loved ones from Keukenhof stalls and shops.
  • Book your Keukenhof tickets and witness the magnificent Flower Parade of Keukenhof and get awed by its massive flower floats, talented artists performing in traditional costumes, and classical music & dance performances.

How To Reach?

  • By Car/Taxi: Keukenhof is approximately 40 km away from Amsterdam Centraal, and a drive to the garden takes around 40 minutes. Get on the A4 highway to drive out of the city and take the exit of Nieuw-Vennep towards Leimuiderweg/N207. From this point, a 10-minute drive will take you to your destination. Parking at the garden is available with a pre-purchased token which can be purchased with Keukenhof entry tickets.
  • By Train: Lisse, the town where Keukenhof Garden is located, has no train station. You would have to drop off at one of the nearest train stations and take the Keukenhof Express Bus. Take a train from Amsterdam Centraal to Haarlem Station, from where you can hop on the Regional Bus Line 50 or Keukenhof Express Bus. The bus would reach your destination in approximately 30 minutes.  
  • By Bus: Buses are available from Amsterdam Centraal to Hoofdorp, Schipol, or Amsterdam RAI. Once you reach the stations, take the Keukenhof Express Bus to reach your destination in approximately 30 minutes. Bus lines 397, 341, and 300 connect Amsterdam to Hoofdorp, line 858 connects to Schipol, and 852 to Amsterdam RAI.

Keukenhof Tickets faqs

Can I purchase keukenhof entry tickets in advance?

Yes, you can easily book keukenhof entrance tickets online, well in advance to get a guaranteed entry into the attraction. Through this purchase, you can minimise the waiting time by bypassing lengthy queues and avail additional discounts on Keukenhof ticket price, making this option both convenient and cost-effective.

Do the Keukenhof Garden tickets include skip-the-line access?

Yes, the Keukenhof tickets include skip-the-line access, enhancing the overall experience. This feature is not just a luxury; it's a necessity given the garden's popularity, especially during peak blooming season. By gaining this access, you can bypass long queues, maximising your time amidst the vibrant tulips and flowers. It's a thoughtful provision, making the floral experience smoother and more enjoyable. 

Are there any discounts available for purchasing Keukenhof tickets online?

Yes, purchasing Keukenhof tickets online, from our website comes with additional discounts and deals. This is primarily to encourage advance bookings, which aids in crowd management and ensures a steady flow of visitors. For you, the benefits are twofold: you save money and avoid waiting in long ticket lines. Online platforms may offer seasonal promotions or bundle deals, further enhancing the value. Remember, early planning not only guarantees entrance on your preferred date but also lightens your pocket a bit less.

Are there discounts available for children for Keukenhof tickets?

Yes, there are notable discounts for children's Keukenhof tickets. When you buy Keukenhof tickets, an adult ticket starts at INR 1,687, but children aged 4-17 are charged at adult prices. This pricing approach aims to make family visits more affordable. Moreover, children aged 0-3 enjoy free entry, making it even more economical for young families. These discounts reflect the garden's commitment to being accessible and family-friendly, encouraging early appreciation for nature's splendour.

Is there a separate ticket for Keukenhof’s windmill?

No, separate tickets are not required to visit Keukenhof’s windmill. The windmills of the garden are included with the Keukenhof tickets and are a part of the larger experience of the iconic flower garden. Remember to explore the structures and learn fascinating facts about them to make the most of your visit to Keukenhof.

Is there a separate ticket for the Keukenhof Flower Shows?

No, separate tickets are not required for Keukenhof Flower Shows. The shows are an essential part of the Keukenhof experience and are included with Keukenhof Gardens tickets. It is recommended that you look for the list of shows being conducted before your visit to ensure you don’t miss out on any of the experiences.

What is the best time of the year to visit Keukenhof in order to see the tulips in full bloom?

In order to see the tulips in full bloom during your visit, the best time of the year to book your Keukenhof Garden tickets is between mid-April to mid-May, during the spring season. This is when you can witness the glorious spectacle of tulips hitting their peak bloom, adorning the garden with an astounding array of colours. However, it is important to note that the precise timing may fluctuate yearly based on weather conditions. From early spring, visitors can admire a dazzling variety of flowers like crocuses, daffodils, and hyacinths. 

How much time should I spend at Keukenhof to truly enjoy it?

It is recommended that you spend at least three hours at the Keukenhof Gardens to truly appreciate the vast expanse of the iconic flower garden. Most visitors require approximately three to four hours to explore the major installations and flowerbeds at Keukenhof. Numerous flower shows and events are organised at the garden daily, which are a must to explore during your time at the garden. To truly enjoy the experience, visit during the early morning hours on a weekday to avoid crowds and see the flowers in full bloom.

How large is the Keukenhof garden?

Keukenhof is often referred to as the Garden of Europe, which is spread over 79-acres in Lisse, Netherlands. When planning a visit to Keukenhof, it is important to note that it will typically be a full-day excursion.

Is Keukenhof suitable for children and families, and are there any specific activities or attractions designed for kids?

  • Treasure Hunts: Engaging children in learning about various flowers and plants, Keukenhof organises delightful treasure hunts. These exploratory experiences blend education with fun in the grandeur of nature.
  • Petting Farm: Keukenhof is also home to a petting farm, which is a great place for enhancing a child's empathy for animals. Here, kids can interact with adorable creatures such as goats, sheep, and rabbits, providing unforgettable experiences.
  • Maze: Adding a dash of adventure, Keukenhof also features an exciting maze. Children can navigate their way through, boosting their problem-solving skills while enjoying themselves.
  • Playground: A large playground in Keukenhof serves as a perfect space for kids to enjoy their leisure time, making their visit even more entertaining.
  • Themed Pavilions: Multiple themed pavilions display diverse flower and plant species, offering an educational journey for kids. These immersive showcases are not just beautiful but are also insightful.

What is the history behind Keukenhof and how did it come to be known as the world's largest flower garden?

Keukenhof's roots trace back to the 15th century, originally serving as Countess Jacoba van Beieren's kitchen garden, thus the name 'Keukenhof' or 'Kitchen Garden'. Over centuries, it evolved into an enchanting showcase of Dutch floriculture. Its transformation into a flower lover's paradise began in 1949. This is when the mayor of Lisse, an ardent horticulturist, convened local bulb growers to use the land as a spring flower exhibit to market the Netherlands’ booming flower industry. Opened in 1950, it quickly gained international acclaim as the world's largest flower garden, becoming a world-renowned spectacle of colour and fragrance, displaying an unrivalled collection of tulips and other spring flowers. Covering 79 acres, it bursts into a riot of colours each spring, attracting visitors worldwide.

Are there any special events or festivals that take place at Keukenhof throughout the year?

Yes, Keukenhof, beyond its stunning flora, plays host to an array of themed flower shows throughout its open season. From late March to May, each week brings a different spectacle, showcasing tulips, hyacinths, freesias, gerberas, roses, daffodils, narcissus, anthuriums, orchids, chrysanthemums, callas, and carnations. The "Romance at Keukenhof" event in late May infuses the park with classical music and candlelight, amid late-spring blooms.

What are the different types of gardens at Keukenhof?

  • Organic Garden: The garden has been designed as a green space that intends to utilise natural techniques of cultivation. It also offers a sustainable environment for various bird and insect species like bees and Mallard. Walk amidst naturally-grown plants and flowers as you explore the benefits of organic farming techniques on nature and on the Keukenhof Gardens.
  • Tropical Beach Garden: Reminiscent of the balmy beaches of the Netherlands, the Tropical Beach Garden is among the top attractions for vacationers with Keukenhof Garden tickets. Tall palm trees surround the colourful flowerbeds, while sand, small boats, and cosy hammocks line the pathways. Relax and unwind in the tropical atmosphere as you admire the vibrant blossoms of the garden during your Keukenhof tour.
  • Pink Tea Garden: Discover the joys of a home-grown garden with the simplistic cultivation of the Pink Tea Garden. The garden has a massive selection of herbs like chamomile, mint, aniseed, chocolate mint, lemon balm, and much more. The space reflects the ease and familiarity of small balcony gardens found in most houses. Relish a cup of warm tea or coffee at the local greenhouse as you walk through the aromatic neighbourhood of the Pink Tea Garden.
  • Grafitti Garden: Witness a hub of indigenous flowers and wild plants at the Graffiti Garden of Keukenhof. It is a woodland paradise that brings alive the lush forests of the Netherlands at the iconic attraction. Explore the numerous species of wild-grown plants and shrubs as you walk through the beds of wildflowers that surround the graffiti of this unique garden.
  • Red Romance Garden: An ode to the numerous love stories of the many visitors to Keukenhof, the Red Romance Garden is undoubtedly the most love-filled landscape of the classic site. Witness the colours of nature as you walk among Cupid statues at the Bridal Lane filled with white installations and spend time with your loved ones at this fun garden.

What are the various shows that take place at Keukenhof?

  • Anthurium and Orchid Show: Experience the joys of being surrounded by breathtaking orchids and anthuriums at one of the most popular flower shows of Keukenhof, the Anthurium and Orchid Show. Organised in the Beatrix Pavilion, the indoor display lasts throughout the eight weeks of Keukenhof and attracts numerous visitors with its vibrant collections and displays.
  • Chrysanthemums and Calla Show: Witness the best collections of flowers grown by local Dutch gardeners at the Chrysanthemums and Calla Show of the Oranje Nassau Pavilion. As the displays change each week, many farmers from across the country get the chance to showcase their hard work to the hundreds of visitors at Keukenhof.
  • Carnation and Summer Flowers Show: One of the top shows of Oranje Nassau Pavilion, the Carnation and Summer Flowers Show displays a stunning setup of flowers that changes every week. Admire the numerous shades of Keukenhof’s myriad collection of summer flowers and carnations at this unique indoor show.
  • Romance at Keukenhof: Among the iconic presentations you can enjoy with Keukenhof Gardens tickets, the Romance at Keukenhof show is a must-see two-day event. Witness talented artists dress up in colourful eighteenth and nineteenth-century costumes as they perform classical dance and music numbers on vibrant floats made of flowers.
  • Flower Arranging Shows: Organised at Oranje Nassau Pavilion, the Flower Arranging shows offer never-seen-before demonstrations of flower arrangements on a daily basis. From simple bouquets to massive models made of flowers, these shows present the various ways flowers can be used to portray art and its underlying emotions.

What are some of the popular attractions or landmarks within Keukenhof that visitors should not miss?

  • Themed Pavilions: Keukenhof's themed pavilions serve as visual feasts for the eyes, brimming with diverse plant and flower species. You can navigate these exhibits, and immerse yourselves in the enchanting beauty that unfolds at every corner.
  • Petting Farm: Children and animal lovers will find the petting farm delightful. It provides an exciting platform for up-close interaction with various farm animals, such as rabbits, sheep, and goats, facilitating learning through enjoyment.
  • Canal Boat Tour: With the Keukenhof tickets, you must not forget to indulge in the canal boat tour here, which is a must-try experience. It offers an unparalleled view of the countryside's allure, weaving through vast fields and connecting you to the region's serene and stunning landscapes.
  • Windmill: This classic Dutch structure not only provides a glimpse into the nation's history but also offers a unique backdrop for unforgettable photo moments.

Can you tell me about the different types of flowers and plants that are typically displayed at Keukenhof?

Keukenhof, globally renowned as the garden of Europe, boasts a captivating blend of more than 7 million flowering bulbs annually. This botanical extravaganza showcases 800 varieties of tulips in myriad colours and forms. Additionally, you can also find a fascinating diversity of daffodils, hyacinths, orchids, roses, carnations, irises, lilies, and many other flowers here. Also note that special displays dedicated to historical and contemporary tulip varieties are available, which may surprise all travellers irrespective of age. The park also presents unique exhibits of green and flowering plants, featuring a mix of perennials, annuals, and shrubs. With every corner echoing the brilliance of Dutch horticulture, Keukenhof offers you a vibrant, fragrant canvas that changes every spring.

Is it possible to purchase bulbs in Keukenhof?

Yes, you are welcome to purchase tulip bulbs with Keukenhof entrance tickets. The bulbs, which are cultivated by the local gardeners, are of high quality and produced with the best of techniques. This ensures that the bulbs you purchase are of the best quality and have high survival and blooming rates.

Is the Amsterdam Tulip Festival held at the Keukenhof Garden?

Yes, the iconic Amsterdam Tulip Festival is organised every year at the Keukenhof Tulip Gardens. Situated approximately 40 minutes away from Amsterdam Centraal, Keukenhof hosts the world-renowned Tulip Festival for eight weeks in spring. The event generally starts in the second half of March and lasts till mid-May, allowing millions of visitors the golden chance to explore a wide variety of flowers in full bloom in the garden. With more than 800 different varieties of tulips, unique flower shows, the iconic Flower Parade, inspirational gardens, and much more, the Amsterdam Tulip Festival is a must-visit for all nature lovers visiting Amsterdam.

What facilities are there for visitors at Keukenhof Gardens?

  • Parking facilities are available at a minimal rate of around €8 per car. Get pre-purchased parking tickets when you book your Keukenhof tickets online. For bicycles, mopeds, and coaches, parking is available for free near the entrance and at the parking area.
  • Keukenhof provides a few charging points for electric cars and bicycles near the garden entrances.
  • Lockers are provided with Keukenhof ticket prices near the main entrance for smaller bags, while large luggage items can be stored at the luggage depot.
  • Wheelchairs and bikes are available for rent at minimal rates.
  • WiFi access has been provided at various pavilions inside Keukenhof.
  • Numerous restaurants and mobile food and beverage stalls are present inside the garden to ensure a fun visit for you.

What are some of the insider tips for visiting Keukenhof Gardens?

  • Buy Keukenhof tickets in advance online from us to avoid the last-minute rush at the walk-in counters and to get amazing discounts and deals on ticket prices.
  • Plan an early morning visit on weekdays, as you would get to witness the colourful flowers in full bloom when the crowds are less and the weather is most pleasant.
  • Photography at Keukenhof Garden is permitted for personal purposes, hence avoid bringing professional equipment like tripods to the attraction.
  • Remember to purchase tulip bulbs from the local stalls at Keukenhof, which sell high-quality variants of the flowers.
  • It is advised that you stick to the marked pathways while exploring the garden, as walking on grass is not permitted on the premises.

Is Keukenhof Garden wheelchair accessible?

Yes, Keukenhof Gardens are accessible to visitors with disabilities. The garden has two wheelchair-accessible entrances with spacious ticket gates and wheelchairs available for rent at minimal prices. The smooth well-paved pathways and ramps have been provided at important points in the garden. Additionally, accessible washrooms with grab rails at their entrances are located throughout the premises and the in-house restaurants. While electric wheelchairs and mobility scooters are permitted on Keukenhof grounds, they are not available for rent at the ticket counters. It is recommended that you book a wheelchair when you book Keukenhof tickets to ensure availability and hassle-free entry when you visit the attraction.


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