Plan your visit to Keukenhof in 2022 with your complete Keukenhof travel guide! In 2022 Keukenhof will be open from 24 March to 15 May. Here you will find the answers to the most frequently asked question about visiting Keukenhof in 2022.
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Keukenhof in 2022: what’s new?
The most important change in 2022 is that this year Keukenhof will to work with timeslots. A maximum number of visitors will be allowed per day, and all tickets have to be booked in advance.
Some days and time slots can be sold out quickly. It makes sense to book tickets in advance. Tickets to Keukenhof 2022 are already available online.
What days are the busiest at Keukenhof?
One of the busiest days at Keukenhof is 23 April 2022, the day of Bloemencorso Bollenstreek flower parade. Weekends, school vacation days (30 April to 8 May 2022), the Easter weekend (17 – 18 April 2022), King’s Day (27 April) are also very popular days for visiting Keukenhof.
Keukenhof tickets are not available – what to do?
As of April 15, 2020 the busiest season at Keukenhof has started. The tickets for some days and timeslots are sold out, especially morning times and the weekends. If the regular tickets are not available, try booking the Keukenhof tickets + bus tickets.
Visit Keukenhof: travel by public transport
During the Keukenhof opening season there are special direct bus lines, called the Keukenhof Express, going to the gardens from:
You can also travel to Keukenhof by regular bus line 50 from Haarlem and line 90 from Noordwijk.
Check the detailed travel instructions here:
Can I buy a bus ticket without a timeslot?
If you want to have a bus ticket without a fixed timeslot, we recommend to order the Tulip Festival Card (from €50), a combi-ticket which includes:
This card includes everything you need to enjoy Keukenhof and the flower fields. It also includes transportation to the Keukenhof without timeslots, which gives you extra flexibility while planning your trip.
Keukenhof is located between Amsterdam and The Hague and is easily accessible via motorways A4 (exit Nieuw-Vennep) and A44 (exit 3, Lisse). Keukenhof address for navigation: Stationsweg 166A, 2161 AM, Lisse.
Keukenhof has an own carpark for 4.500 cars and 1.000 coaches. There are two big parking spaces near the park. Parking costs € 6 a day.
Is it allowed to bring own food to Keukenhof?
Yes, you can bring your own food and drinks when you visit Keukenhof.
There are also restautants and snack bars where you can buy food and beverages on the spot. Please not that restaurants and shops at Keukenhof do not accept cash.
Can I use a drone in the park?
No. For safety reasons, the flying of drones over or around Keukenhof are not allowed.
I already bought an entrance ticket. How can I pay for the bus?
You can buy bus only tickets:
To book your bus only tickets choose Day Ticket Bus option during the booking process.
In the bus lines 50 (from Haarlem) and 90 (from Noordwijk) you can also buy tickets from the driver. The drivers don’t accept cash.
It is also possible to travel to Keukenhof with an OV-chipkaart (a contactless rechargable card used for all public transport in the Netherlands).
Facemasks and QR-codes
You have to wear a face mask in the bus or train if you travel to Keukenhof by public transport.
Update: The requirement to wear a face mask on public transport will be lifted as of Wednesday 23 March 2022.
You don’t need to wear a face mask in the Keukenhof gardens. You also don’t need to present your Digital corona pass or QR-code in the bus, and also not in Keukenhof.