Skagit Valley Tulip Festival

Brighten your spring with an eight hour trip to the most colorful and photo-friendly festival in the Northwest, the annual April Skagit Valley Tulip Festival. We’ll drive you in comfort north to Skagit Valley to see one of the most magnificent floral displays in America.

Enjoy the spectacle of hundreds of acres of brilliant multi-colored tulip fields and bulb farm gardens—the largest tulip-growing region in America. In addition, you’ll have a chance to ask questions of the tulip growers, buy some beautiful field-fresh flowers, and order bulbs to grow your own tulip garden.

You’ll visit the breathtaking gardens at Tulip Town and Roozengaarde and wander through row after row of rainbow-hued tulips. Don’t forget your camera!

Our journey also takes you to the nearby scenic and historic waterfront village of La Conner. Named “Town That Most Captures The Northwest Spirit” in Evening Magazine’s Best of Western Washington viewers poll, La Conner is a delightful mix of small town charm, outdoor beauty, and culture.

Easily walkable, the town is fun for people of all ages with locally owned boutiques, galleries, and specialty shops. Grab a delicious lunch at award-winning restaurants while watching local wildlife on the waterway channel.

Available Saturdays during the month of April. The fare is $140 available only by advance reservations. It includes entrance fees to Tulip Town and Roozengaarde Gardens, as well as courtesy pickup and return. Minimum of 10 passengers required for this tour. Gratuities are appreciated and graciously accepted.

Tour departs at 8 AM, April 6, 13, and 20 from the bus turnaround near the silver side of the Museum of Pop Culture (formerly named Experience Music Project) at the Seattle Center in downtown Seattle. All day parking is available the street at the Bill and Melinda Gates Parking Garage, 500 5th Ave N.

Please plan to arrive by 7:30 AM.

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  • April - October Tours

    • 8 am
    • First 3 Saturdays during the month of April
  • May - October Tours

    • None
  • November - March Tours

    • None
  • Duration

    • 8 hours
  • Stops on the Tour

    • Tulip Fields
    • Tulip Town
    • Roozengaarde Tulip Gardens
    • City of LaConner
  • Seen on this Tour

    • Scenic and historic sites
    • Tulip Farms
    • Tulip Town
    • Roozengaarde Gardens
    • Town of LaConner
    • *subject to a minimum of 10 reservations.
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