The tulips are done blooming for 2019 -- we had a great year with lots of visitors.
Heritage Flight Museum (started by Apollo astronaut William Anders) is a hidden gem; history buffs will like the Historical Museum in La Conner and quilters and artisans will enjoy the displays at the Quilt & Fiber Arts Museum, also in La Conner.
Tulips in the Skagit Valley got a bit of a late start this year, which means they will be here through the end of the festival on April 30. Plan a trip and come and see them!
Tickets to get into the gardens for the Tulip Festival have not sold out. There is a Seattle tour agency that has sold out its tours for some of the festival. You do not need to buy tickets from the agency.
Skagit Valley Tulip are in Bloom! Pick a Day and Come and See Them
Over two dozen entries and lost of parade fans enjoyed the Tulip Parade in La Conner on April 13
Download the official map from our website and take Highway 20 west to Best Rd., turn left, proceed south on Best until you get to the round about -- turn left on McLean Rd. to get to RoozenGaarde or Tulip Town.
We have a bit of everything for tulip fans -- art shows, wineries, breweries, farms, nurseries and more!
Conde Nast Traveller picks the Skagit Valley Tulip Festival, noting the month-long festival "celebrates vibrant tulips blooming across the region."
Visitors to the Skagit Valley Tulip Festival Office and Store will have a chance to win great prizes from area sponsors, just by coming in for directions or to buy a souvenir.
Tulip fans from throughout the area gathered March 28 to celebrate the opening of the festival. Collectively they raised over $6500 to support on-going festival operations.
Guest wanting to come to Skagit Valley this weekend can enjoy RoozenGaarde and Tulip Town for the weekday admission price of $7 per person.
As of March 25, daffodils are in bloom, but no tulips yet!
The Tulip Foundation of Skagit Valley has developed these durable, reuseable bags with a tulip motif design and lots of room for carrying that extra jacket when you journey to see the tulips.
Cold temperatures are keeping the tulips moving along slowly. Check the Bloom Information button for frequent updates.Update Snow and cold in February mean that the tulips are SLOWLY growing. We will have tulips blooming in April!
Artist Jody Bergsma offering bonus images for sale with Tulip Festival
The two fifth graders competed against about 40 other children from around Skagit Valley to become our 2019 Ambassadors.
As the festival nears, we like to make sure we thank the many people who make the festival happen -- from community groups to our government officials.
Millions of flowers will be blooming in just a couple of months! You will be able to take beautiful shots like this one from 2018!