Tulp Festival Amsterdam

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The tulip fever strikes again. During the Tulp Festival Amsterdam, hundreds of thousands blooming tulips can be admired in dozens of venues all over the capital.

  • Admire the magnificent variety of tulips in an immense range of colouring
  • 47 different locations all over Amsterdam.
  • Be tempted by an explosion of color.

A tulip for everyone


In line with the motto ‘a tulip for every Amsterdam citizen’, organisations, museums and hotels will open their colourful tulip gardens to the public. The city’s public spaces in all the different city boroughs will be adorned with impressive tulip creations both in the open air and in pots.

Below you will find all the locations where you can admire the magnificent variety of tulips in an immense range of colouring: 

  • Amstelveenseweg
  • Amsterdam Tulip Museum
  • Amsterdamse Poort
  • Andaz Amsterdam
  • Beurs van Berlage
  • Bijenkorf
  • Cornelis Schuytstraat
  • Conservatorium Hotel
  • Cromhouthuis
  • De vergulden Eenhoorn
  • Doubletree by Hilton-Centraal
  • EYE
  • GVB
  • Gelderlandplein
  • Hermitage Amsterdam
  • Hilton Amsterdam
  • iBulb
  • ING
  • KIT
  • Lloyd Hotel
  • Museum Van Loon
  • Museum Willet-Holthuysen
  • Mövenpick Hotel
  • NEMO Science Museum
  • NS/ProRail
  • Nuon
  • Paleiskwartier
  • Passenger Terminal Amsterdam
  • Port of Amsterdam
  • Pulitzer Hotel
  • RAI Amsterdam
  • Rederij Plas
  • Rijksmuseum
  • Sloterplas
  • Sofitel Legend The Grand Amsterdam
  • Stadsdeel Centrum
  • Stadsdeel Nieuw-West
  • Stadsdeel Noord
  • Stadsdeel West
  • Stadsdeel Zuid
  • Stadsdeel Zuidoost
  • Stromma
  • Van Eesteren Museum
  • Van Gogh Museum
  • Vondelpark
  • Waldorf Astoria Amsterdam
  • Winkelcentrum Oostpoort
  • Zuidas

About the Tulp Festival Amsterdam

The initiator of the Tulp Festival, Saskia Albrecht, is a landscape architect and has, in collaboration with Museum van Loon, been organising the Open Garden days for over ten years now. A couple of years ago, the idea originated to organise a tulip weekend. Amsterdam is supposed to be the city of tulips, though it is hardly visible in the public spaces of the city. After Saskia Albrecht visited the tulip festival in Istanbul – its municipality plants 14 million tulips each year -  she came up with the idea to organise a similar festival in Amsterdam during the month of April, including approximately 820.000 tulips, one tulip for every citizen of Amsterdam. 

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