1. Keukenhof: Entry Ticket
Escape the stress of daily life and take a walk around Keukenhof, the largest flower garden in the world. Enjoy a stress-free trip to this 32-hectare park by pre-booking your entrance. Experience the spring garden's vibrant colors and fragrances and admire over 7 million tulips, daffodils, and hyacinths. Visit 30 alternating flower and plant shows at the pavilions. Discover the latest trends in gardening, get new ideas from the seven inspirational gardens, and take part in activities for all ages. While admiring the garden’s beauty, steep yourself in the park’s rich history that dates back to its time as a hunting ground in the 15th century. Learn about how Keukenhof got its name from supplying herbs for the kitchen of Countess Jacoba van Beieren's castle. Admire the landscape garden’s Romantic period design from 1857 and the beds of tulips, introduced in when the spring park first opened to the public in 1950. - Tickets are available online and valid on a fixed date in a predetermined time slot. Purchase your tickets online early to avoid disappointment. You cannot purchase your tickets at the cash desk. Once inside, you can stay until closing time. In our experience, the average length of stay for visitors at Keukenhof is 3 hours. - Tickets for the parking can be purchased separately for €6 per car. - Want to enjoy the peace and quiet of Keukenhof? It is less busy before 10.30 and after 16:00. The light of the morning and evening sun allows you to take wonderful photographs. It is also less busy on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday than on the other days of the week. - Dogs are allowed into Keukenhof as long as they are on a leash and there is a maximum of 1 dog per person. Dogs are not allowed into the pavilions or restaurants with the exception of guide or support dogs. - There are various restaurants at the park. Furthermore, there are a variety of mobile food & beverage outlets throughout the park. - Free Wi-Fi is available around the pavilions at the park.