WHERE IS THE FESTIVAL? Unlike many other festivals that take place in a fairground or designated event area, the Tulip Time Festival is located throughout the City of Holland. In the center of town, parades march down 8th Street and Dutch Dancers perform. Throughout the entire City of Holland, parks bloom bright with tulip gardens of every shape and size, and various venues host shows and special events. And you won’t want to miss area attractions all within a 7-mile radius of town. Addresses are provided for each major event and location. Reference the festival maps for more details.
Need help navigating the area?
Look to Maps & Directions to guide you through the Tulip Time experience.
Trains, shuttles and tulips, oh my.
Find deals for train transportation, moving around locally and links to the nearest airports in West Michigan.
Looking for a place to stay just got easier.
The Holland Visitors Bureau is happy to help with finding the perfect accommodations for your needs as well.
With so many great options during the festival, you may become a tad overwhelmed.
Never fear, we’re here to give you some recommendations and options for getting to experience all of the great food options Holland has to offer.
The area is full of great places to experience culture, arts and much more.
Unique area attractions, points of interest & free performances during Tulip Time in the Holland, Michigan area.
Need a place to change diapers or just to unwind with the kids?
Stop by the Family Rest Area during the Festival for a respite!
We fully embrace the idea of a usable community.
Our city and downtown areas are walkable and usable for people of all abilities. Our transportation systems also meet the needs of people of all abilities. Come & enjoy Holland!
Browse through the 2017 Festival Guide!
We offer a digital copy of our brochure – for both desktop & mobile viewing.
What’s going on today at Tulip Time?
Find a concise list of events by day to quickly see what’s going on & when!
Going Dutch: 6 Things About Tulip Time in Holland, Michigan from Babble.com