Departing from Amsterdam Central Station, head away from the city into a world of color at Keukenhof. Only open for eight weeks every year, this amazing display of tulips, orchids, roses and more will blow your mind. Keukenhof is called 'The Garden of Europe' for a very good reason - experience it for yourself.
Departing from central Amsterdam on De Ruijterkade 34a (behind the Central Station) you'll be driven on a luxury coach to Keukenhof where over seven million tulips make a rainbow out of Keukenhof's fields each spring.
See 32 hectares of Dutch magic spread out before you in a rare opportunity you won't want to miss. Learn about the iconic tulip, which bloomed to prominence during the Dutch Golden Age. Pose at various photo spots, try some Dutch snacks, meet a miller in a windmill - and don't miss the orchid exhibition, an annual spectacular!
Each year thousands of nationalities flock to see the Netherlands' greatest attraction, and the Keukenhof is celebrating the diversity of its visitors with this year's theme: A World of Colors. Alongside every color of tulip, these Dutch fields are also embracing every culture, religion and country.
The Keukenhof is a joy for the whole family! You can bring your dog (as long as you keep it on a leash and outside of the restaurants) or rent a free wheelchair for the elderly - and there are lots of fun activities for the kids! Even picnics are allowed, so bring your basket, find a nice spot, and enjoy.