Keukenhof will be open in 2024 from March 21 to May 12.
Most beautiful spring park of the world
Leading (inter) national media have named Keukenhof as one of the most popular destinations in the world and some 50 million visitors from all over the world have visited Keukenhof in the past decades. Discover the most beautiful spots in the park on foot. Get on the whisper boats and enjoy the bulb fields around Keukenhof, or rent a bicycle if you want to further explore the Bulb Region.
Keukenhof 75 years
It's going to be an exceptional year as Keukenhof will be celebrating its 75th anniversary with a festive season including an anniversary exhibition and other activities. This 75th anniversary is no small feat and Keukenhof is grateful and proud of everyone who has contributed to its development. It all started in 1949 as an initiative by ten flower bulb growers who wanted to showcase the flower bulb trade. Keukenhof opened its doors for the first time in 1950 and since then has become a global phenomenon. Our exhibitors consist of one hundred flower bulb growers, displaying their top of the line assortment to the world..
Taking the kids to Keukenhof
Keukenhof is a party for the whole family. Children can wander among the most beautiful flowers, 'walk' on the water, play in the natural playgrounds, enjoy the petting zoo, wander in the maze. In the meantime they learn a lot about nature and flowers. What could be more fun than ending a festive day with delicious pancakes or poffertjes!?
Every day there are beautiful flower shows and activities for young and old in Keukenhof. Come and smell, taste, listen and above all enjoy your visit to Keukenhof. Look for the current program on the Keukenhof website.
Flower bulb route
On the way to Keukenhof you will pass the most beautiful and colorful bulb fields. Nice to look at at your leisure during a bike ride. Here you will find routes along these photogenic seas of flowers.
Would you like a preview of the beautiful flowers in the park? Click here to take a virtual look.
Accessibility from The Hague
Keukenhof is located between The Hague and Amsterdam in the Bollenstreek and is easily accessible by car via the A44 (exit 4, Lisse). Follow the signs 'Keukenhof'. There are plenty of parking spaces at the park.
By car you can reach Keukenhof from The Hague within half an hour. The fastest way is the route via the N44 and A44. Parking costs 6 euros per day.
From The Hague Central Station you can easily travel by public transport to Keukenhof. Bus 90 from The Hague CS runs directly to Keukenhof. Bus 50 runs from Leiden CS to Keukenhof Park.
Tickets for the Keukenhof park are only available online. The tickets are valid on a fixed date/time during the opening season with a specific time slot.
Do you want to visit the Keukenhof several times? With the spring pass you have unlimited access to the most beautiful spring park in the world during the opening season.
You can download a map of the park for free from the Keukenhof website.
- Adult € 19,50
- Child (0 to 3 years) free
- Child (4 to 17 years) € 9,00
- Group ticket (from 20 people) € 19,00
- Parking card € 8,00