As of March 20, Keukenhof is virtually open. “Unfortunately, visitors are not yet allowed to visit the park themselves,” says director Bart Siemerink. “And because you cannot come to Keukenhof, we will bring Keukenhof to you”.
The most beautiful spring park in the world only opens for 8 weeks each spring. It looks different every week and Keukenhof wants to show that to flower lovers. Keukenhof shows all the beauty in the park to the whole world through videos that are posted twice a week on online media. Many beautiful images are also broadcast on television. Siemerink: “We wish to make people happy with beautiful, colourful images of our park.”
Keukenhof is virtually open until May 9. “We hope that we will soon be able to welcome visitors in the park. That will mainly be people from Holland. This year Keukenhof is an actual walking park, where a limited number of visitors is welcome in a safe and controlled environment,” says Siemerink.
As soon as it is possible to open, Keukenhof will do so. The park is already blooming beautifully and is ready to welcome visitors. People who want to see what Keukenhof looks like now can see this through @visitkeukenhof on Facebook, Instagram, and Youtube.