We first want thank everyone for their continued support for our family and farm. Like so many others, our 2020 was a very tough year. Now looking forward and because we are an outdoor venue, we are planning our 37th annual Tulip Festival. We are so excited to release information about our upcoming 2021 tulip festival.
We will open our 2021 Tulip Festival with the necessary guidelines for your safety. Our festival dates are March 19th through May 2nd, but we expect some of the best color in early to mid-April. However, there will be some changes this year. The biggest change is that all tickets MUST be purchased online.
The link is now open on our website for season passes only. The link is also below. Day Passes will be released March 1st as state guidelines constantly change and we want to ensure everyone who purchases tickets will be allowed on the farm.
Tickets also must be purchased for a specific date and time (excluding season pass holders), so we are able to limit numbers on our farm and keep track for COVID-19 precautions. You must read and check that you have read policies that are crucial to your visit for you and everyone else’s safety. These policies are subject to change to follow state guidelines. We will also be postponing some activities that are of high risk in 2021, which we will be announcing soon.
All passes purchased for the 2020 tulip festival will be honored for 2021. Please present all paper and 2020 passes at the gate and visit our website to review the guidelines in place for the safety of you, our visitors, and our family. You will not need to reserve your spot online with a pass from 2020.
We have also made the decision to increase the prices for our Tulip Festival. With the increase of safety precautions due to COVID-19, the reduced number of visitors allowed on our farm at any one time and to limit the amount of traffic on our rural roads, we feel this is best for the future of our festival and the betterment of your experience.
This event is a tradition we hope to continue for years to come. For friends and families to visit and experience the beauty. We value all of you and love to hear the amazing memories you have from our farm. Please, reach out to us on social media, email or by phone for any questions or concerns. We want to help you plan the best trip possible and to have the best experience imaginable.
Thank you. Cover photo taken by Jake Egbert.
NOTE: Tulips are an agricultural crop and therefore subject to weather, growing conditions and blooming variables. We cannot guarantee that the tulips will bloom on a particular date, so prepare to be flexible by 7 to 10 days in your visit. Stay tuned on Facebook or our Field Report for current field conditions The event is an outdoor event in an agricultural field with uneven walking surfaces. The event will be held weather permitting.
Link to pre-sale season passes:
Link to field report: