Festival of Spring - Holland in Haymarket

Pick your own spring flowers!

2016 Field reports

2015 Field reports and photos

Our Festival of Spring is a unique, magical event that's fun for the whole family.  We plant more than eight acres of spring flowers for one of the most spectacular pick-your-own events in North America. In fact, it's now one of the largest pick-your-own flower events in the world!  

Daffodils usually begin to bloom late March, tulips start sometime early/mid April. Exact timing is very hard to predict as these flowers bloom according to the spring weather patterns and Mother Nature is in charge of that. Checking the field reports page or our facebook page is advised before planning a visit.

Festival of spring admission for 2017 will be announced soon.

We will offer weekday tickets (we recommend weekday visits), weekend tickets and unlimited re-entry passports for spring 2017.

Unlimited re-entry passports are good for the spring season (our spring season usually lasts 25-30 days). Purchase a passport if you think you'll visit at least twice during the spring season. Visitors who come back more than once are always amazed at how much the fields have changed since their last visit. Passports are limited and when they sell out, that's it for the season. 

Children under 2 are free.

Flower prices are: daffodils 2 for $1, Tulips $1 per stem, flowers with a bulb are $2 each. 

Bring your camera as the photo opportunities are out of this world! 

We have a wonderful shaded picnic area with lots of picnic tables. Pack a picnic and spend the day amongst hundreds of thousands of blooming flowers!

Sorry, no dogs are allowed until "dog days" which is usually the last week of the festival. We will announce dog days on our facebook page and website.

Professional photographers are required to adhere to our professional photography policy. To request a copy of our policy email: 


2016 Field reports

2015 Field reports and photos

Learn how to pick daffodils and tulips

**The photos in this slideshow are from years past. They do not represent what our fields currently look like.

Some great footage of our 2014 Festival of Spring.