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Keukenhof Gardens are open daily from 08:00 – 19:30 from 21 March – 10 May 2020. That includes Sundays and holidays! The box office closes at 18:00 but you can also buy tickets online.
The flowers in Keukenhof are heavily dependent on the weather. During the planting, crocuses, daffodils, hyacinths and early tulips are planted for flowering at the beginning of the season. Other flowers bloom later in the season, such as the (larger) tulips. The pavilions have intriguing flower shows from the first to the last day of opening.
Do you want to enjoy the flower park in peace and quiet? Then we advise to visit the park before 11:00 or after 15:00. It is often much less crowded and you also make the most beautiful photos with a morning or evening sun. Quiet days are Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday.
Of course you can enjoy all the beauty for a whole day, but on average, a visit to the flower gardens takes about 2 to 4 hours. This is without visiting the flower fields which is a must.
Tickets for Keukenhof Gardens 2020 are available at our ticketshop. It’s also possible to buy your ticket at he box offices at the entrance of the flower park. If you want a discount on your flower park ticket you can buy a combi ticket or Holland Pass. This way you save a lot of money.
Tickets are undated and can therefore be used (once) at any time throughout the opening season 2020. This also applies to Combi Tickets. Your ticket will be scanned the day you visit Keukenhof.
Yes, it can. Do ensure that your screen’s brightness is at 100%.
The flower park is close to Amsterdam Airport Schiphol and many visitors come directly from the airport or go there after visiting the gardens. You can leave your luggage at the luggage depot while you explore Keukenhof. Smaller items of luggage can be stored in lockers (€2 coin required). Larger items can be handed in to the secure depot.
Yes. Charging stations for electric cars are available in the car park outside the main entrance. You can ask the traffic steward were they are when you drive onto the site. The charging stations for electric bikes can be found both at the Hoofdingang [main entrance] and Ingang Extra [side entrance].
There are bike parking facilities at both entrances to the park. You can park your bike there for free.
There are a number of food outlets in the park. The various restaurants all have their own theme. For instance, you can eat poffertjes [tiny Dutch pancakes], there’s an Italian and an Asian restaurant. Across the park you will also encounter a number of mobile food outlets that offer, for example, strawberries, herring or hotdogs.
Naturally, that’s not a problem. There’s a picnic meadow and various benches throughout the park where you can sit down to eat. However, taking your own food into the restaurants is prohibited.
No, Keukenhof is a truly pedestrian park. You can however rent bikes from the carpark by the main entrance with which to explore the surrounding area.
You can rent bikes to explore the surrounding area with from the carpark next to the main entrance. More info on Bike Rental Keukenhof
A camper van can stay on the carpark for € 6,- but it is not possible to stay overnight because the carpark is closed at 19:30 every day.
Dogs are allowed in Keukenhof as long as they are leashed. Dogs are not allowed in the pavilions or restaurants with exception of guide/helper dogs. Dog faeces bags are free from the ticket collectors.
The 2020 Bloemencorso will take place on Saturday 25 April. Check out our information about the Flower Parade.
No, that is not permitted as this land is owned by flower bulb growers.
You can however take photographs from the roadside or alongside the fields.
Unfortunately, Keukenhof do not have a cancellation policy. Tickets will therefore not be refunded.
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The gardens offers excellent access for (electric) wheelchairs and has plenty of disabled toilet facilities. The use of a wheelchair is free of charge. Use of electric wheelchairs is allowed but Not available at the gardens.
Please note: A €20 cash deposit is required for a wheelchair. This will be refunded when you return the wheelchair.
Only wheelchairs, Zimmer frames, prams or buggys are allowed at the park. Other modes of transport are not permitted.
There are wheelchairs available at the gardens. You can reserve a wheelchair up to the day before your visit at 17:00 at the latest. There are a limited number of wheelchairs available and therefore recommend that you reserve one a.s.a.p.
In case the options “wheelchair” does not appear in the reservation form, for this date the options are not available. Reserve your wheelchair here
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