Dutch flower park Keukenhof will open the season March 23
March 23 will open a short annual season at the famous Dutch flower park Keukenhof, located near Amsterdam. Every year, within two months of its operation of the park is visited by 800 thousand visitors to admire the splendor of millions of tulips, hyacinths, crocuses and other spring flowers.
This year’s theme was the Keukenhof exhibition “Dutch design”. For example, one of the gardens of the park this spring will be dedicated to Pete Mondrian – the famous Dutch abstractionist. Flowers in the garden planted Mondrian as brightly colored squares and rectangles that have become the hallmark of the artist. Design and will be dedicated to the exhibition of flowers in the hall of Orange-Nassau. The park will be available to visit until 21 May.
Park Keukenhof is located in Lisse, 30 kilometers south-west of Amsterdam. Getting to the park is possible from Schiphol Airport by bus No. 858, which departs every 15 minutes, and buses from Amsterdam, The Hague and Leiden. Entrance fee for adults is € 16, children (from 4 to 11 years) – 8 euros, children under 3 years are free. Keukenhof is open from 8:00 to 19:30, ticket office closes at 18:00.