Keukenhof is the place to see the bulb fields and millions of flowers, all with different colors, shapes and fragrances. Spring starts with a visit at the Keukenhof!
This park is famous and unique and attracts visitors from all over the world. It is one of the most popular sights to see in the Netherlands. Keukenhof shows fields of Tulips, Narcissus, Iris, Hyacinthus, Alliums and lots of other unique flowers. The big fields with the variety of flowers makes the Keukenhof a beautiful experience.
Dates and opening times
In 2020 the Keukenhof is open from the 21st of March to the 10th of May. Opening times are daily from 08.00 am to 19:30 pm. Including all Sundays and public holidays.
It is advised by Keukenhof to arrive before 10:30 am or visit after 04:00 pm, in order to prevent the crowds. On Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday it's less busy than other days of the week.
The Keukenhof is very accessible for all visitors. The park is spacious and has paths that are flat and wide. All the buildings provide an adapted toilet, except for the Japanese Garden and Adjacent forest. The restaurants are wheelchair accessible, with step free entrances and chairs that can be removed from tables.
Guide dogs are allowed in the Keukenhof, in the restaurants and exhibition rooms. The First Aid post is present in the Keukenhof near the Wilhemina Pavilion.
Rent a wheelchair at Keukenhof
Wheelchairs can be rented directly at Keukenhof Gardens. This can be organised through there website. Visit the website of Keukenhof.nl to make a reservation in advance, which is necessary.
Rent a mobility scooter at Keukenhof
Unfortunately, mobility scooters are not available to rent at Keukenhof anymore. However, Accessible Travel Netherlands offers rental options at Keukenhof gardens. For more information about renting a mobility scooter, click on the below links.