FIFTEEN MUST-KNOW THINGS FOR KEUKENHOF GARDENS VISITORS
Buying tickets online in advance is cheaper and saves time by avoiding the queue at the ticket counter. It also guarantees entry, as on-site tickets are sold on a first-come, first-served basis.
This popular and affordable ticket allow you to skip the entrance line and access all areas, but transportation is not included.
Keukenhof's tulip garden attracts tourists from nearby towns and major Dutch cities. Many visitors prefer Keukenhof combi-tickets, including air-conditioned coach transport to and from the gardens.
For a complete Keukenhof experience, take a guided tour with a local expert. Private and audio tours are also options. Check the combi-tickets for more sightseeing.
Keukenhof has a playground, a petting zoo, and a hedge maze for kids to explore. Elder kids can enjoy an educational scavenger hunt.
The best spot to view the Flower Parade is Keukenhof Boulevard, where cars decorated with flowers pass at 3:30 pm. Arrive before 11 am to avoid crowds and road closures from 3 pm to 5.30 pm.
Keukenhof Park is 32 hectares with 7 million flower bulbs. Visitors typically spend 3-4 hours exploring, but there's no time limit on entry tickets, so that you can stay all day.