There are few things as beautiful as endless fields of colorful flowers. The Skagit Valley Tulip Festival is home to an amazing driving tour throughout Skagit Valley. There are many events and activities that make up the entire festival. Although there is not one “enter here” area for the festival, there are two gardens you can pay to enter for photo-ops, purchasing bouquets, bulbs and more. Bloom is typically from April 1-30. Please click the links below as active blooms can vary from year to year.
- Check out the Tulip BLOOM STATUS here
- Check out the Tulip BLOOM MAP here
- Tulip FESTIVAL INFORMATION here
Skagit Valley’s Tulip Festival has been going strong for over 34 years. For up to date information, be sure to visit their Facebook Event Page here: http://www.facebook.com/SkagitValleyTulipFestival
ROOZENGAARDE: 15867 Beaver Marsh Road, Mount Vernon, WA 98273
Hours: Open daily, 9am – 7pm
Pets: NO PETS
Admission for spring bloom: Admission applies to spring bloom period. $10 weekend admission. $7 weekday admission. ($1 dollar off discount with Military ID) Children 5 and under are FREE. Parking is FREE. Please note: RoozenGaarde admission ticket provides FREE access to ALL parking lots in our RoozenGaarde/WBC tulip fields for the day of purchase. FREE parking areas will be marked with RoozenGaarde signs.
Admission cost outside of the bloom period: FREE
Other: Gift Shop is open year-round! NO DRONES!
TULIP TOWN: 15002 Bradshaw Road, Mount Vernon, WA 98273
Hours: 9-5 seven days a week, later when weather permits.
Pets: NO PETS PLEASE (service animals are permitted).
Other: NO DRONES!
Admission for spring bloom: ENTRANCE FEE: ADULTS $7.00 EACH MONDAY – FRIDAY; CHILDREN 6 AND UNDER FREE.
SATURDAY – SUNDAY ADULTS $10.00 EACH; CHILDREN 6-11 $5.00; CHILDREN 5 AND UNDER FREE.
NOTE: CASH ONLY at Entrance Gate (Debit/Credit cards are accepted within Tulip Town).
Click through our gallery to see more beautiful pictures of the Skagit Valley Tulip Festival.
This gallery was mostly photographed at RoozenGaarde Tulips. All pictures are taken by me, courtesy of RoozenGaarde (Tulips.com), 2019.