About the barn

Growing up on our Tulip farm, I have always been amazed by the beauty of tulips and how people are attracted to them. Every year, millions of people visit the Dutch Flower Bulb Region, to enjoy the beauty of Spring, which I think is pretty amazing.

Nowadays, however, people will do everything to get that one perfect picture during their tulip field experience, without realizing that they could damage the growers’ crops. 

To offer a great alternative, we have created The Tulip Barn!  At The Tulip Barn, you can experience our tulip field of 400.000 colorful tulips and take as many pictures as you like! Wander through our garden, and discover over 175 different tulip varieties. This place is a true Instagram-lovers paradise. 

Finished your roll of film? Take place in our authentic greenhouse and enjoy a cup of coffee and cakes on our sunny terrace with  the most amazing view over the Dutch tulip fields. 

We have created this place for people to enjoy a day out, where food, flowers and having fun are central. This year’s theme is ”Flower to the People”. We want to encourage people to go out, wander around and enjoy the beauty of Spring. Flowers bring happiness!

Production Fields

The Tulip Barn is especially created for visitors to make that perfect picture between the flowers. With your Tulip Barn ticket, we also welcome you to make a tour around our tulip production field.

Although this field is beautiful, it is not created for visitors! Like most tulip fields, this field is used for the production of flower bulbs that are being sold all over the world. Our tulip bulbs need to be healthy and undamaged, in order to let people enjoy them as spring-blooming flowers in their gardens or in their homes. Walking through the production fields may harm the flowers and can spread plant diseases.

We understand and appreciate that our Tulip Barn visitors love to share this beautiful spot with friends and make the best photos!

But please do so without walking through the flower bulb fields! Please follow the direction signs to make a tour around this field and do not cross the stop signs.

Thank you for respecting our tulip field!