Keukenhof 2020

Visit the most populair destination for visitors all over the world: the famous Dutch flowergarden Keukenhof! This Hop On Hop Off tour is the easiest way to visit this wonderful spring garden! This year the Keukenhof will be entirely dedicated to A World of Colour. The theme of 2020 connects flowers with people from all over the world, which puts diversity in cultures and religions in the spotlight.

Yellow Tulips Keukenhof Summer Blue Sky Green leaves Trees


• Visit the most famous and largest spring garden in the world

• Enjoy the comfortable bus ride with direct connection from Amsterdam Centre

• Frequent departures offered throughout the day with a bus departing every 30 minutes

• Skip the queues and gain hassle-free entry at the Keukenhof

• Enjoy a day away from the hustle and bustle of the city


  Adult Child
Regular Ticket € 39,- € 32,-
Combi THIS IS HOLLAND € 49,- € 39,-
Combi WINDMILL CRUISE € 57,- € 39,-
Combi RIJKSMUSEUM € 58,- € 32,-

This bus tour runs from 21 March till 10 May 2020

Take the trip to Keukenhof!

A field of tulips at the Keukenhof. In the colors Pink, Red, and Yellow

Departure details

From Amsterdam Central Station, you can take the free ferry with direction “Buiksloterweg”. This is only a 3 minute boat trip. From here, it is just a 1 minute walk to THIS IS HOLLAND. The check-in is at the giftshop.

Where to buy

You can buy our tickets online. Or at the following locations:

  • At the front desk of your hotel

You can also explore the countryside with our bus!


The Keukenhof

Though the Keukenhof is a world famous park, almost everyone, except for the Dutch of course, has trouble pronouncing the name “Keukenhof.” That raises the question; why is it called ‘Keukenhof’ , instead of an easy name, such as Tulip Park? Well, this is an interesting story, that goes back to the 15th century. Countess ‘Jacoba van Beieren’ went to these fields to gather food for the kitchen of their castle. ‘Keukenhof’ means ‘Kitchen Garden’ in Dutch, so there you go.

The Keukenhof is the No.1 visited tourist attraction in The Netherlands. The Keukenhof of today is the initiative of a group of bulb farmers; they were interested in a permanent exhibition. In 1950, the park opened its door and during the last 67 years Keukenhof has grown into a world famous attraction. Over 7 million bulbs are planted by 100 flower bulb companies. During the whole year, a team of 40 gardeners is busy making Keukenhof the beautiful park that it is today.