Keukenhof private tours 2022 will be from the end of March 2022 until beginning of May 2022.
UPDATE: Because of the corona virus Keukenhof is not permitted to open the park for visitors the 20th of March 2021.
Important notice about visiting Keukenhof and the tulip fields:
# Visiting Keukenhof this year will be different. We will have to book the day and time slot in advance. We will do that for you or your group.
# Keukenhof is a very spacious park and pavilions. A visit is mainly enjoyed outdoors and safe.
# In the park we will have keep 1,5 meter social distance and extra hygiene measures are taken.
# Beside of Keukenhof we will visit the flower fields in the North of Holland or the area’s near Keukenhof. This will truly be an amazing experience like every year.
# We will offer different options if you are on our Dutch flower tour. The province of North – and South Holland is home to hundreds of varieties of tulips, daffodils, hyacinths, etc.
It is the most beautiful flower garden ever to be seen: ‘the flower garden of Amsterdam’.
Holland Private Tours has a passion for garden photography and during the Keukenhof private tours, we will show you the nicest spots and give you tips and behind the scenes information.
On this webpage Keukenhof private tours, we will publish a ’tulip alert’ and blooming report: about an early or late blooming.
‘A World of Colours’ was the central theme of Keukenhof 2021.
Keukenhof’s name was introduced by Countess Jacoba van Beieren in the 15th century. Her land was used for hunting and growing herbs for the castle’s kitchen, Keukenhof, or Kitchen Garden.
In 1857, Jan David Zocher and his son Louis Paul Zocher, who also designed Vondelpark in Amsterdam, re-designed the area into an English style garden.
In 1949 twenty Dutch bulb growers initiated Keukenhof as a showcase for spring bulbs. The following year, the park opened already to 236,000 visitors.
So 2022 is Keukenhof’s 73rd opening to the public.
Keukenhof’s size is 32 hectares or 79 acres. The bulbs are supplied, for free, by 100 bulb growers.
More than one million people are expected to visit Keukenhof. The majority comes from more than 100 countries abroad.
In addition to the tulip gardens, Keukenhof also hosts a Japanese garden, an English landscape garden, a spring meadow, a natural garden, a historic garden, a garden maze, and seven inspirational gardens that are different each year. Known for tulips, Keukenhof shows also the world’s largest lily show, at the end of the opening season.
Five main pavilions: Oranje Nassau, Wilhelmina, Juliana, Beatrix, and Willem Alexander Pavilion. Inside flower and plant shows take place. A panel of experts chooses the best examples in each category.
Holland Private Tours is ready for it’s Keukenhof private tours.
Small groups and private.
Keukenhof and flower field tour only € 300 or USD 360 for 4 hours.
…more to come…