Wi-Fi: Free Wi-Fi is available at the pavilions in the park.
Lockers: Small bags and items can be stored in the lockers near the main entrance.
Restrooms: There are a number of public restrooms throughout the gardens.
Lost and Found: All items lost in the park are posted online. You can either pick them up or arrange to have them delivered.
Keukenhof is a great attraction for all ages. Designed to be a wholesome experience for the whole family, many activities and zones have been curated for children.
There are parking facilities available at Keukenhof Gardens for cars, coaches, and bikes. The parking lot is open from 8 AM to 7:30 PM. Car parking costs €6. However, it is free to park both coaches and bikes
There is an official gift shop available at Keukenhof Gardens. You can buy flower bulbs, seeds, flowers (both real and artificial), and other souvenirs and gifts at the Keukenhof shop. The shop is located near the Main Entrance to the gardens.
During the Tulip Festival, you can also find tulip-themed merchandise across the Netherlands, especially in Lisse and Amsterdam.
There are many restaurants around the park where you can have a snack or a hot meal at any time of the day.
Restaurant Keukenhof: a self-service restaurant with Dutch and European food.
Hofboerderij: a restaurant near Keukenhof Castle with lots of vegetarian options.
There are a variety of mobile food carts and stalls that serve coffee and snacks across Keukenhof Gardens.
Restaurant De Vier Seizoenen: located near the gardens in Lisse, it serves Dutch and French cuisine.
Hotels near Kueukenhof Gardens: Hotel Lowietje (Nachtegaal) in Lisse, Hotel de Engel, Hotel Villa Flora in Hillegom
Hotels in Amsterdam: Nhow RAI Amsterdam, Van der Valk Hotel Zuidas, Sir Adam Hotel Amsterdam, Ibis Hotel Amsterdam Centre
Hotels in Haarlem: Hotel Lion D’Or, Boutiquehotel Staats, Ibis styles Haarlem City
Kasteel Keukenhof: also known as Keukenhof Castle, a historic building near the Keukenhof Gardens.
Frans Hals Museum: a museum in Haarlem, featuring famous 17th-century Dutch masterpieces.
Windmill De Adriaan: a historic 18th-century windmill in Haarlem.
Amsterdam Tulip Museum: exhibits and the history of tulips in Holland with a gift shop.
Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam: a museum of modern art and design located in Amsterdam.
Yes, the Keukenhof Tulip Gardens are open for visitors in 2023 from 23rd March to 14th May.
The best times to visit Keukenhof Garden are before 10 AM and after 6 PM on weekdays when it is less crowded.
You can book your Keukenhof Tulip Garden tickets online in advance to ensure confirmed access on the day of your visit.
Tickets to the Keukenhof Tulip Gardens are available starting from € 18.50.
The gardens are open daily from 23 March 2023 to 14 May 2023, from 8 AM to 7:30 PM.
It takes about 2 to 3 hours to see most of Keukenhof Gardens. However, you can also spend an entire day there.
It is located around 35 km south of Amsterdam in the small town of Lisse.
It is easiest to get to Keukenhof Gardens by public bus and the Keukenhof Express Bus.
Yes, there is a parking lot near the Main Entrance. It is open until 7:30 PM and costs €6 for the whole day.
The Keukenhof Tulip Gardens hosts Holland’s Tulip Festival in the Netherlands during the spring. In 2023 this is between 23 March and 14 May.
Yes, the gardens are wheelchair accessible.
Yes, you can buy Keukenhof Tulip Garden guided tour tickets online to book your spot and ensure a hassle-free entry on the day of your visit.
No, you are not allowed to pick tulips, or any other flowers, at the Keukenhof Gardens.