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Keukenhof Gardens


Have you ever seen more than 7 million tulips, daffodils and hyacinths, all in bloom?


Keukenhof Gardens also known as the Garden of Europe, is the world's largest flower garden. It is situated near Lisse, Netherlands.

Come to Keukenhof, the world’s most beautiful spring garden.
Covering 70 acres, there are over 7 million flowers in bloom with 100 varieties of tulip alone as well as daffodils, hyacinths, narcissi and crocuses.










There are also over 2,500 trees of which there are 87 different types. There’s even a walk of fame with tulips named after celebrities!.









With themed pavilions, floral mosaics, a treasure hunt for kids and much more, there’s plenty on offer for visitors of all ages. And be sure to check the events schedule for the Traditional Costume Show, the fabulous annual Flower Parade and plenty of special events during the Easter weekend.

Timing is everything when it comes to visiting the world's largest bulb garden because it is only open for 8 weeks in the Spring of each year. In 2013, it will be open from March 21st - May 20th. The peak bloom time for the spectacular display varies slightly based on the weather conditions such as temperature and amount of rain, but visiting in mid-April is usually the best bet.

Keukenhof is world-famous, truly unique, and has for over 60 years provided a wonderful decor to the most beautiful photographs.