Holland boasts 6 million tulips planted in private fields, city parks, and other gardens around town. Tulips typically bloom mid-April to mid-May, but every year the bloom schedule can shift due to Mother Nature. See the listings below for details on where we plant tulips, or download this map.
Originally Holland's marketplace, this Victorian-era park has brick pathways, flowerbeds, a gazebo, a traditional Dutch fountain and a fish pond. Many of Holland's popular events take place here.
How many places do you know that are both historic and hip? With diverse, first-class shopping and dining, creative arts venues, and festive happenings all year round, Downtown Holland is the place
Kollen Park is just a hop, skip and a jump from Downtown Holland on the shores of Lake Macatawa. One of Holland's most beautiful recreational parks, it features a boat launch and fishing off the
Experience the Netherlands of the 1800's in 10 acres of authentic Dutch architecture, canals, and spectacular gardens. Enjoy the Klompen dancers and music from the Amsterdam Street Organ, and peruse
Thousands of tulips line six-miles of downtown lanes through the heart of Holland's historic district and neighborhoods. The lane begins at 12th St and River Avenue. Follow the white arrow signs.
Holland's only tulip farm is ablaze with acres of tulips in May. Enjoy many varieties of lilies through spring and summer. And bring a little Tulip Time home with your bulbs for fall plantings become
A palette of color awaits you as you wind along the entrance to Holland's treasured island. Tour five stories of the DeZwaan windmill, the only authentic Dutch windmill operating in the United
This park overlooking Windmill Island Gardens is home to several thousand tulips each May. Visitors will enjoy the plantings around the Cornelis & Geertje statue, the plots of tulips, and the rainbow