Skagit Valley Tulip Festival 2023
Welcome to La Conner and the 2023 Skagit Valley Tulip Festival! Surrounded by the Salish Sea and farmland filled with tulip and daffodil bulbs, our waterfront town is ready for your visit.
La Conner’s boardwalk, waterfront hotels, farm-to-table restaurants, boutiques, and museums make it the perfect Tulip Festival vacation home base!
The Tulip Festival Stars: Skagit Valley’s Display Gardens!
A six-mile drive through farmland and fields of blooms, you will find four local display gardens – all with personality and charm.
TULIP VALLEY FARMS
Enjoy a new Bloom 2023 tulip experience in a parklike 12 acres of color at Tulip Valley Farm on Bradshaw Road. Tulip Valley Farm features over 10 miles of grass “Tulip Trails” with iconic views of the North Cascades and Olympics. Enjoy and savor an eclectic assortment of food trucks and a beer, wine, and cider garden. There will be photo opportunities with Mother Nature on her Springdom Throne and U-Pick bouquets on “Tulip Island.” At night be prepared for the Night Bloom, a light show and explosion of spring color after the sun goes down!
Tulip Valley Farms has 5 acres of free parking, weekday/family discounts, and ticket bundles. For a more intimate experience, pre-order tickets to Tulip Valley Gardens on Pulver Road, right off I-5 and Highway 20! You can choose from unique experiences like Tea Time in the Tulips, Guided Painting Class, Magical Boutique, Professional mini photo sessions, and u-pick.
Tulip Town has a variety of ticket levels this upcoming season, including; General Admission, Anytime, Anytime Plus, Experience Pass, and Photography Pass. Open Monday-Thursday from 10 – 6 and Friday – Sunday from 9 -7, general admission includes parking, an old-school trolley ride through the tulips (weather-dependent), a beautiful outdoor garden and indoor mural displays, Tulip Town’s retail boutique, and a flower stand with bouquets and potted tulips. Enjoy food, treats, and specialty espresso drinks from the Skagit Landing Cafe. Tulip Town Beer & Wine Garden offers local Skagit beer, wine, and cider.
Tulip Town now allows dogs. Dogs will be allowed with any ticket level except the Experience Pass. Tulip Town requires dogs to remain on a short leash, be picked up after, and be well-behaved around people and other dogs. Tulip Town does not allow drones.
When purchasing online, general admission is $15 for ages 12+, $7 for ages 6-11, and $13 for Seniors/Military, and kids five and under are free. Ticket prices will be higher at the gate. For details on all the admission options, please visit Tulip Town’s online ticket sales:
RoozenGaarde offers General Admission tickets for $15 per person, with children ages two and under free from 9 AM – 7 PM on weekdays and 8 AM – 7 PM on weekends. The General Admission tickets include access to the RoozenGaarde’s 5-acre display garden, a 25-acre tulip field, and a 25-acre daffodil field. The RoozenGaarde Gift Shop and Fresh Cut Tulip Market will be open. The gift shop hours during the Skagit Valley Tulip Festival are 9-7, and RoozenGaarde closes 10 minutes after sunset. RoozenGaarde does not allow pets or drones.
Garden Rosalyn features acres of tulips in intricate designs. Enjoy picnic tables and on-site food trucks. Well-behaved dogs on leashes are welcome! Admission is $12 and children five and under are free. Parking is free. Garden Rosalyn is located at 16648 Jungquist Rd, Mount Vernon, WA. You can give them a call at 360-202-7982.
Tulip Festival Bloom Map
When do the flowers bloom in the fields? RoozenGaarde’s update the Bloom Map so that you know which fields are in bloom. Different varieties bloom at different times and the Daffodils bloom before the Tulips. Use the Bloom Map as your driving tour guide. If you would like to take advantage of free parking at the fields, then visit the RoozenGaarde Display Gardens first as your admission ticket also covers parking at the fields.
La Conner Visitor Information
The La Conner Visitor Information Center is located at 210 Morris St and is open year-round and staffed with volunteers who live in La Conner.
Tulip Festival Events in La Conner
Tulip Parade – Saturday, April 8th at 2pm along La Conner’s 1st St. The 36th Annual Kiwanis Club of La Conner’s Not So Impromptu Tulip Parade. Join in the fun as a spectator or participant. No entry is too small; wacky impromptu entries welcome. Line up for the parade in the Port of Skagit complex.
Please visit the Skagit Valley Tulip Festival listing to view all events.
Plan Your Trip
Because of the popularity of the Tulip Festival, be sure to plan your trip wisely and make your hotel reservations before you travel to Skagit Valley! La Conner has a wide range of lodging options from Skagit Valley’s only waterfront lodge to a historic Bed & Breakfast. We strongly recommend making dinner reservations during the Tulip Festival. Leave your car keys in your hotel room when exploring La Conner as all of our restaurants, boutiques and museums are an easy stroll. Don’t miss experiencing the La Conner Historic Walking Tour, Sculpture Tour and boardwalk when you come in from the blooms!