For quick answers to your questions about Holland, click on one or more of the Frequently-Asked Questions (FAQ) below. If you don’t see a question pertinent to your query, contact us by phone or email and we will be happy to help. Our contact information is listed on the bottom of this page.
Where is the Visitors Bureau office located?
The Holland Visitors Bureau is located in downtown Holland at 78 East 8th Street. Click on the Maps & Transportation
page for directions to our office. Our office is open Monday through Friday from 8am to 5pm. In the busy summer months, our ours are extended to 6pm on weekdays and on Saturdays, 10am-5pm and Sundays 10am-4pm. If you happen to miss us, there are brochures and maps available in racks outside of our office and an events calendar posted in the window.
Where are the hotels?
A majority of Holland Area hotels are located on or near US 31 on the east side of Holland between 32nd Street and Riley Avenue. CityFlats is located right downtown, as well as the Haworth Inn & Conference Center, which is located downtown on the campus of Hope College. The Lake Ranch is located on Lake Macatawa near the Holland State Park and is open seasonally.
When is Tulip Time?
Tulip Time begins the first Saturday of May each year and the event goes for 8 days. For more information, click on their website here
Are there any hotel rooms available during Tulip Time?
Of course! Holland has nearly 1,500 hotel rooms available year-round in a variety of styles and price ranges. Call our office
anytime to get information on which lodging properties have rooms available on the dates your plan to stay. We can help you find a room to suit your taste and budget.
What is there to do on Sunday?
A lot! Holland’s Dutch attractions are open on Sundays from late April to mid-October. There are also numerous opportunities for outdoor recreation such biking, kayak/canoe rentals, hiking, and swimming. A select number of downtown shops and restaurants are also open on Sundays, and the Holland Visitors Bureau is open on Sundays seasonally.