Keukenhof has been allowed to open to the public on 16, 17 or 18 April 2021 as part of the pilot programme instituted by the Dutch government with a view to gradually opening the country back up.
Only a limited number of tickets will be available. Keukenhof will be permitted to receive 5,000 visitors per day. Visitors must have been tested 40 hours before their visit, at the latest. This is free and the tests will be conducted at a number of designated testing locations around the country. All Covid-19 measures will remain in force.
If you would like to take this opportunity to visit Keukenhof you need to quickly book a ticket to Keukenhof for 16, 17 or 18 April 2021 and make an appointment for a test.
Keukenhof is in full bloom and we love sharing the gorgeous flowers with our visitors. Takeaway food and beverages will be available from several locations around the park.
We would like to wish you a unique, colourful day at Keukenhof!
1. Book one or more tickets to a maximum of 6 per person at: www.keukenhof.nl.
2. Make an appointment for a free test on the testenvoortoegang.nl website. Please note:
o Upon arrival at Keukenhof the test results may be no more than 40 hours old.
o Testing can only take place after an appointment at a specially designated testing location has been made using the link above.
o A vaccination card, a negative test from a different testing location or a negative self-test are NOT valid for a visit to Keukenhof.
The test results will be emailed to you within an hour.
3. Download the CoronaCheck app to your smartphone from the App Store (Apple) or the Google Play Store (Android).
4. Fill the code you received in the email with the test results in in the CoronaCheck app: you will then immediately receive digital proof of being tested.
5. Visit Keukenhof on the day and at the time you booked, then show the following if requested:
o Proof of testing in the CoronaCheck app (the negative test result)
o Your Keukenhof ticket
o Your ID