The Keukenhof is a flower park northwest of Lisse, in the Dutch province of South Holland, where bulbous plants from horticultural companies from the bulb region are exhibited every spring. Established in 1949, the 32-hectare park attracts more than a million visitors from around the world every year.
The flower garden is only open in spring.
Keukenhof Flower Park in Lisse is the largest tulip garden in the world with more than seven million flower bulbs that are planted manually every autumn. It is one of the most beautiful attractions in the Netherlands, which also attracts many foreign tourists. The flower park is centrally located between the most beautiful flower fields in the Netherlands. In Keukenhof there are several viewpoints on the bulb fields. A boat trip along the bulb fields departs from Keukenhof (extra cost) and you can rent a bicycle at Keukenhof. This way you can enjoy the crocuses, daffodils, tulips and hyacinths even more.