From mid-March to mid-May, it’s Tulip Time in The Netherlands. And the best place to see tulips is at Keukenhof Gardens. The Keukenhof estate dates back to the 11th century. The idea for using the English style gardens as a palette for spring-flowering bulbs was proposed flower merchants in 1949. Keukenhof opened as a spring park the following year and attracted over 200,000 visitors. Now, each year millions of visitors from around the world tour Keukenhof.
In 2020, the 71st anniversary year, the Gardens are closed but the staff has prepared a series of videos so that all can still enjoy Keukenhof – A World of Colours.
Other links to sights in The Netherlands
Geithorne – The Venice of the North
Windmills of Zaanse Schans
Closer to Home Holland Ridge Farms, Cream Ridge, NJ