Enjoy the fabulous sea of flowers of Keukenhof Gardens. With 32 hectares and approximately 7 million flower bulbs the Keukenhof is the world’s largest flower garden and probably the most beautiful spring park in the world. 

Keukenhof Gardens are situated near Lisse. Yearly more than 850.000 people visit it and tip-toe through the tulips, admire the amaryllises and cruise past the crocuses. Keukenhof Gardens burst into a kaleidoscope of colours with gently rolling grounds carpeted with blooming flowers. The park is awash with the sight and scent of blossoming flowers.

With themed pavilions, floral mosaics and a treasure hunt for kids, there’s plenty on offer for visitors of all ages.

A great experience you shouldn’t miss.

Theme 2014: Holland

The theme of Keukenhof Gardens 2014 is Holland. There are both traditional and modern symbols of Holland. An example? Bulbs planted in a way to create a flower mosaic of Amsterdam’s canals.

Opening Hours

Keukenhof Gardens 2014 are open from March 20th till May 18th. From Monday to Sunday:  08:00 – 19:30 hours.

Events at the Keukenhof

The musical entertainment and beautifully decorated floats at the Flower Parade are some of the highlights of the Keukenhof events calendar, but there’s plenty more in store. Here are a few of the 2014 highlights:

20 – 25 March 2014: Tulip Show
20 – 21 April 2014: The Easter Bunny at Keukenhof
3 May 2014: Flower Parade ‘Energy’

More information about Keukenhof


Keukenhof gardens are the best background for a colourful, unforgettable picture. We want to see it! Don’t hesitate to upload a photo of you/your family/friends/colleagues too in it. We will publish it in our Keukenhof Gallery.

Keukenhof (Photo: Luca Coppola)

Keukenhof (Photo: Luca Coppola)

Keukenhof (Photo: Luca Coppola)

Keukenhof (Photo: Luca Coppola)

Keukenhof (Photo: Luca Coppola)

Keukenhof (Photo: Luca Coppola)





Arianna Ardia-Wenink
Arianna studied Literature and Arts at the University of Amsterdam, where she specialised a.o. in "museology" and "organisation & marketing of blockbuster exhibitions". After working for 6 years as market researcher & marketing analyst at Zoom.nl, now she focuses her photography love and enthusiasm on the Haarlem Photo Club.

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