Keukenhof is the world’s most beautiful spring flower garden. More than 7 million flower bulbs are planted in Keukenhof every year. It’s definitely a must visit place in the Netherlands!
Keukenhof 2023 opening dates
In 2023 the Keukenhof gardens are open is open from 23 March untill 14 May, including Easter weekend (8 – 9 April), King’s Day (27 April) and Liberation Day (5 May).
Keukenhof opening hours
The park is open daily 08.00 – 19.30.
Keukenhof 2023 and COVID-19
You don’t need to wear a face mask in Keukenhof. However, a maximum number of visitors will be allowed per day and the Keukenhof tickets will have fixed time slots per day. The bus tickets also have a fixed departure time.
You do need to book all tickets (entrance tickets, combi tickets, tickets + transfer and tours) in advance.
Keukenhof 2023 tickets and prices
- adults – € 19,50
- admission for children (aged 0 to 3) – free
- tickets for tickets for children (aged 4 to 11) – € 9
- entrance + direct transfer from Amsterdam – from € 42,50
- parking – € 6 a day
Keukenhof combi-tickets (entrance + return bus ticket) in 2023 cost:
- € 36 if you travel from Amsterdam RAI
- € 31 if you travel from Schiphol
- € 31 from Leiden
- € 31 from from Haarlem, Heemstede, Hillegom
- € 17,50 tickets for children (4-17).
In 2023 you need to book tickets to Keukenhof with a time-slot in advance.
Keukenhof 2023 and timeslots
While booking an entrance ticket to Keukenhof you choose the time when you want to enter the park.
While booking a combi-ticket, the time you choose during the booking process is based on the departure of the bus. All buses departing 30 minutes before and 60 minutes after the chosen timeslot can be taken. For the buses back there are no timeslots. You can take any bus you want.
Do I need to print my tickets?
No, you can show your Keukenhof tickets on your mobile.
What types of tickets are valid in the Keukenhof Express?
- day tickets
- Amsterdam & Region Travel Ticket
- Holland Travel Ticket
- Tourist Day Ticket
So if you already bought your Keukenhof entrance tickets, you can buy one of the travel tickets mentioned above.
The Amsterdam & Region Travel Ticket is a good option if you are planning to visit other places (Zaanse Schans, Volendam, Haarlem, Zandvoort, etc.) and use public transport in Amsterdam.
The advantage of the Amsterdam & Region Travel Ticket is that you can take any Keukenhof Express bus, it’s doesn’t have a fixed departure time and gives you more flexibility.
Stationsweg 166a, 2161 AM Lisse. See on Google Maps >>
Is Keukenhof open on King’s Day (27 April)?
Yes, it is. It is also open during Easter weekend and Liberation Day (5 May 2023).
How can I rent a wheelchair at Keukenhof?
Manual wheelchairs are available for rent for €5 at the Keukenhof gardens.
Use of electric wheelchairs is allowed, but they are not available for rent at Keukenhof.
Please note: you have to give a €20 cash deposit when you rent a manual wheelchair. It will be refunded when you return the wheelchair.
Wi-Fi in Keukenhof
Free wi-fi is available around the pavilions at the park.
Are bikes allowed at the park?
No, Keukenhof is a pedestian park. But you can rent a bike at the Keukenhof parking and explore the tulip fields and bulb farms in the neighbourhood by bike.
Are dogs allowed at the park?
You can take your dog to the Keukenhof gardens, providing that he is kept on a leash. Dogs are not allowed at the pavilions and restaurants, except for guide dogs.
Is there a train station near Keukenhof?
No. But it’s easily accessible during the opening season by Keukenhof Express buses.
How to get to Keukenhof from Amsterdam?
You can discover all possibilities and prices of Keukenhof transfers here >>
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