Keukenhof is open daily from 08:00 – 19:30 from 21 March - 19 May 2019. That includes Sundays and holidays! The box office closes at 18:00 though you can still buy tickets from one of the ticket machines adjacent to the box office.
Flowering at Keukenhof parallels that in nature. The crocuses, daffodils, hyacinths and early tulips flower at the start of the season. Other flowers bloom later in the season such as the (larger) tulips. Our pavilions feature entrancing flower shows from the first to the last day of the season.
Want to enjoy the peace and quiet of Keukenhof? It is less busy before 11:00 and after 15:00. 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.
Tickets will be available from autumn 2018 onwards from our webshop, but can also be purchased from the box offices at the entrance to Keukenhof during its opening season.
Tickets are undated and can therefore be used (once) at any time throughout the opening season. This also applies to Combi Tickets. Your ticket will be scanned the day you visit Keukenhof.
Combi Tickets are train and/or bus tickets valid to and from Keukenhof + a ticket to the park. The bus stops outside Keukenhof’s main entrance so you can walk straight into the park. A Combi Ticket is a return ticket.
Yes, it can. Do ensure that your screen’s brightness is at 100%.
After ordering, you will have received an email with the digital ticket. This includes a voucher for the Park Guide that you can hand in at the information desk. You will then be given your guide.
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 bicycle parking facilities at both entrances to the park. You can park your bicycle or moped there for free.
You can leave your luggage at the luggage depot while you explore Keukenhof. Smaller items of luggage can be stored in lockers. Larger items can be handed in to the secure depot. You require a €2 coin to use the lockers.
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.
You can park your camper van in the carpark at Keukenhof for €6. However, you cannot stay overnight as the carpark is closed at 19:30 every day.
There are various campsites in the vicinity for you to stay at.
To complete your visit to Keukenhof you can take a boat trip through the endless bulb fields that surround the park. You can purchase tickets for the daily cruise from the windmill in the park. The latter is situated at the edge of the park and is also where you get on board the boat. The electrically powered boat does not cruise through Keukenhof.
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.
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, we do not have a cancellation policy. Tickets will therefore not be refunded.