Tulip Valley Farms Open Through May 5

Child with bucket of tulips
Photo credit: Dani Winters Photography

A special thank you to photographer Dani Winters for sharing her talents and photos of her visit to Tulip Valley Farms. All photos in this post are credited to Dani Winters Photography.

Scottish Highland Cow
Credit Dani Winters Photography

Tulip Valley Farms is thrilled to announce the extension of our open dates through May 5th, allowing visitors more time to experience the breathtaking beauty of the bloom, fields, and farm. In celebration of this extension, we are offering reduced rates on admission and bringing back our End of Bloom “all-you-can-fit” u-pick buckets for an incredible value and unforgettable spring experience.

We’ve reduced admission prices (so you have more money for tulips!) to:

  • Children (ages 3-15): $5
  • Adults (ages 16+): $10
  • Seniors/Military: $7
  • All-you-can-fit u-pick bucket: $30 ($25 when pre-purchased online)

Tulip Valley Farms founder and farmer Andrew Miller said his innovative planting style (varied planting depths with a majority of the tulips planted within rows of hazelnut trees and grass pathways) allowed Tulip Valley Farms to be the first tulip farm in the Skagit Valley Tulip Festivals to open and the last to close this season. By integrating these elements into our fields, Miller extended the growing and staying power of his tulips, ensuring a longer and more vibrant blooming season for our visitors to enjoy (and two “extra” weekends).

Tulip Talk with Farmer Andrew
Credit Dani Winters Photography

“The only thing we love more than growing great tulips is sharing them, and all the on-farm fun with our amazing guests,” said Miller. “Adding a few extra weekends to the bloom this year has been the icing on the cake for us in what has been an extraordinary year. In our second year we’re already the second largest u-pick tulip farm in the country and we love how many new friends and fans we were able to introduce to this new spring tradition.” Not one to be constrained by convention (or the calendar apparently) Miller adds, “Mother Nature decides when and for how long to bless us with bloom, it’s our work to position the farm and fun accordingly!”

While u-pick tulips are the principle draw to Tulip Valley Farms visitors to Tulip Valley also get a chance to see “The Bloom Herd” of the adorable Scottish Highland cows, including Vernon (born on the farm April 20th) and Rocky the mini-donkey.

Don’t miss your chance to experience the beauty of Tulip Valley Farms’ 2024 season! Join us as we celebrate the extended season with reduced prices from May 1st to May 5th and “all-you-can-fit” u-pick buckets for a truly memorable spring adventure.

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