Book a visit to our farm here!
Our flower farm is unfortunately not publicly accessible. But because we really like to share our flower fields with you, we offer a number of possibilities to visit our Flower Farm by reservation and only when the flowers are blooming.
Other times during the year there are no flowers and we are too busy with our work on the land and in the barn to receive visitors.
Sorry! A farmer's work is never done.
When can I visit your Farm?
Mother Nature decides every year when the flowers will bloom exactly which can differ a few weeks annually.
|The tulips normally bloom from mid-April to end of April.||The daffodils normally bloom from the end of March until half April.||The dahlias normally bloom from end of August to half September.|
In the vicinity of our farm, there are unfortunately few alternatives for an organized visit to the tulip fields. Of course, you can always take photos in front of the fields, but if you want to photograph in the field, you really need permission from the grower.
Photoshoots and location rent
If you want to take a photographer with you or if you are a photographer and want to come and make a report with your clients, book a visit on one of the available dates for the total number of people present at the photoshoot. The normal visiting rate applies to the photographer.
Where are your flower fields located?
We have several fields and every season these are in different locations. The fields are always near Lisse or Keukenhof (Zuid-Holland). It is a 20-minute car drive from Schiphol Airport to our fields. In the vicinity, there are several train stations (Sassenheim, Leiden, Voorhout and Hillegom) from where you can take a bus, taxi or Uber. You can plan your public transport easily via this website.
You will receive the exact field address a few days before your visit so we can decide which field is the prettiest to go at that moment. Please note that it will be a different location than our Farm address you see on the website or find on google.
It would be nice to meet you then!
Greetings, Marlies & Linda