Upon arrival we found it to be super crowed and truly a tourist destination.
Once you choose a path to make your down the tall, shady trees and fairytale-esque views muffle the bustling noise of the entrance.
There are more than 100 varieties of tulips in the park. My favorites are the ones with fringy petals.
They reminded me of this picture I took of one of my dad’s tulips one spring. I just thought it was so unique.
University of Minnesota tulip!
Besides millions of tulips...there were ponds, fountains, clogs to stand in, swans and ducks, green houses, sculptures, a windmill, etc.
They also incorporated other flowers, often more mixed than the example above, to create some amazing flowerbeds.
John and I in front of a tulip field. We really enjoyed getting away from the big city for three hours and being in awe of the tulip crazy-ness of Keukenhof.