Footpaths covering a distance of 15 km in total guide you through the sea of spring blooms, taking you past huge flower beds and branching off into narrow trails leading to charming little gardens and water features.
It may come as no surprise that there’s a windmill in the park!
And all you art aficionados out there will be pleased to hear that there are plenty of sculptures to check out too.
You won’t want to miss the floral displays inside the various pavilions, which are filled with orchids or tulips presented to perfection.
Among all the flowers, you’ll also find food stalls, restaurants and a traditional Dutch organ or two.
Be warned that the Keukenhof can get pretty busy at the weekend, so you’ll be better off going during the week if you can.
Cool for kids:
There’s a free scavenger hunt to keep the little ones entertained. You can pick up a booklet from the information desk at the entrance to the park or download it from the website before you go (available in English).
Kids will also enjoy the petting zoo, where they can see goats, pigs and peacocks up close.
The play area and maze are also popular with children who need a break from all the flowers!