Keukenhof park will open its gates to the public again. The park was not allowed to open for two years due to the corona measures. Finally, visitors can really experience the floral splendor again.
HOW TO GET TO KEUKENHOF
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.
Public transport makes getting to Keukenhof quick and comfortable. Get yourself to one of the departure locations, then take the Keukenhof Express bus. From the city center use metro M52 to get to RAI Amsterdam from Amsterdam’s central station or the city center. Get off at the Europaplein metro stop.
The metro departs every 5 minutes and it takes 8 minutes to get you to the Keukenhof Express (Bus 852) departure location. From Europaplein (RAI) Amsterdam you can take the Keukenhof Express (Bus 852). This bus departs up to eight times an hour and it takes approx. 35 minutes to get there. Please note: you need a separate ticket to use the metro.
- Ticket: 18€ adult
- The park is open daily from 08:00 – 19:30 from 24 March – 15 May
- You can cancel for free ticket until the day before (until midnight)
- Tickets can only be purchased online. The tickets are valid on a specific date during the opening season with arrival expected during a predetermined timeslot.
- It is less busy before 10:30 and after 16:00. Also on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday than on the other days of the week.
- You may bring your own food and drinks.
- The Flowerparade will take place on Saturday 23 April 2022.
- Parking costs € 6 and the car park closes at 19:30.
In 1949 a group of 20 leading flower bulb growers and exporters came up with the plan to use the estate to exhibit spring-flowering bulbs, signaling the birth of Keukenhof as a spring park. The park opened its gates to the public in 1950 and was an instant success, with 236,000 visitors in the first year alone, 2022 will be the 73rd edition. Over the past 72 years, Keukenhof developed into a world-famous attraction.
In addition to the millions of tulips, daffodils, and hyacinths in the park, the flower shows inside the pavilions have become larger and more beautiful again. More than 600 flower growers deliver their most beautiful flowers and plants, so that visitors can see many new varieties.