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. Dog excrement bags are available free of charge at the ticket entrance.
Manual wheelchairs are available for rent for €5 in the Keukenhof ticketshop. Use of electric wheelchairs is allowed. Electric wheelchairs are not available for rent at Keukenhof. Please note: A €20 cash deposit is required for a wheelchair. This will be refunded when you return the wheelchair.
Keukenhof provides parking during the season. Parking costs € 6 and the car park closes at 19:30. You can buy car park ticket online in the ticketshop. Charging stations for electric cars are available in the car park, near the main entrance.
You can rent bicycles at the car park, next to the main entrance so you can explore the surrounding area by bike. Please take into account that you may not walk through the bulb fields as this damages the bulbs. The fields are the growers’ private property. You are permitted to take photographs from the road.
Yes. There are charging stations for electric cars in the car park near the main entrance. You can ask the parking attendant where to find these when you drive into the car park. In the case of an emergency, it is possible to charge your electric bicycle at the bicycle rental.
No. You cannot stay overnight in the car park. You may park your camper in the car park whilst you visit Keukenhof for € 6. The car park closes at 19:30. There are various campsites in the surrounding area where you can stay overnight.
With public transport you travel quickly and comfortably to Keukenhof. In most cases you travel the cheapest with a Combiticket. This day ticket is both your entrance ticket for Keukenhof and the ticket for your journey by public transport on that day.
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