7 of America's Most Beautiful Tulip Farms

Because a hand-picked bouquet is the ultimate souvenir.

These are the best tulip farms to visit this spring.

If you had to pick the one thing you loved the most about spring, it would, of course, have to be all the pretty flowers that come with the season. Even though they have a short blooming season, . Thanks to these family-operated businesses, you can get up close and personal with some of America's prettiest blooms. If you have room on your spring travel bucket list, you're going to want to add a visit to one of these beautiful tulip farms ASAP!

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1 Wooden Shoe Tulip Farm | Woodburn, Oregon

During Easter weekend in 1985, the Iverson family of the  opened their doors to the public to showcase 40 acres of tulip fields. Now the farm has a  as well as the Wooden Shoe Tulip Festival, which takes place this year from March 24 to April 30. 

Visit the :

33814 S. Meridian Rd.

Woodburn, OR 97071

2 Tulip Town | Mount Vernon, Washington
Tulip Town

Take a trolley ride around the fields that feature a variety of 70 different types of tulips. Tulip Town is part of the Skagit Valley Bulb Farm, which has been operated by the DeGoede family since 1986. The farm will reopen on March 19 and will be open through the end of tulip season. 

Visit :

15002 Bradshaw Rd

Mount Vernon, WA 98273

3 Texas Tulips | Pilot Point, Texas

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Since 1989, the Koeman family had been operating a horticultural farm that originally started small with just a spade and a handful of onion seeds. The farm later added leeks, chrysanthemums, irises, and tulips. In 2011, the family relocated to Texas, and was born! 

You can visit the 80 acres of tulips beginning at the end of February where you can pick your own stems.

Visit : 

10656 FM 2931

Pilot Point, TX 76258

4 VanderZanden Farms | Hillsboro, Oregon
VanderZanden Farms, LLC

farms began in 1979 with just one acre of tulips. Now the farm plants seven acres each year and even has peonies after the tulip season is over in May.

Visit :

6000 NW Jackson School Rd

Hillsboro, OR 97124

5 RoozenGaarde | Mount Vernon, Washington

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The best part about RoozenGaarde, which was established in 1985 by the Roozen family, is that it's open all year long! The Roozen family has more than 1,000 acres of tulips, daffodils, and irises throughout the Skagit Valley, making their farm one of the largest in the world. 

Visit :

15867 Beaver Marsh Rd.

Mt Vernon, WA 98273

6 Dutch Hollow Farms | Modesto, California

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Not  only does Dutch Hollow Farms have tulip fields to venture through, they have a pumpkin patch, corn maze, and hayrides in the fall. You can visit the tulip fields beginning in early April but stayed tuned to their for bloom updates. 

Visit :

5101 Oakdale Road

Modesto, CA 95357

7 Holland America Flower Gardens | Woodland, Washington
Woodland Tulip Festival

Home to the Woodland Tulip Festival, the was established in 1980 after the Dobbe family emigrated from Holland. Mark your calendars because the festival will be help on two different weekends this year: April 15-16 and April 22-23.

Visit the :

1066 S. Pekin Rd.

Woodland, WA 98674

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