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The Keukenhof can easily be reached by car. It is situated between Amsterdam and Den Haag (The Hague) and close to Highway A4 exit 4 or Highway A44 exit 3.
Follow the signs to "Lisse". In and around Lisse the Keukenhof is clearly signposted. The park is at Stationsweg 166a in Lisse.
There are two big parking areas for cars and one for touring cars. The parking price is 4 EUR.
Updated Apr 13, 2004
From Schiphol (=Amsterdam airport) bus line 58 runs every 15 minutes to Keukenhof. The same goes for bus line 54 from Leiden Central Station. You're dropped off at the main entrance of the Keukenhof (see photo). Super convenient!
There are also direct services from Amsterdam and The Hague, as well as combination tickets (bus and entrance fee). Just look at the web link below.
Written Apr 24, 2008
I took the train from Amsterdam to Leiden. They leave regularly and it takes around 40 minutes. From there head right out of the station to the Bus station where there is the Conexxion office. There you can buy a ticket which cost 15.50€ (less for children) and covers the return journey and entrance. The 54 bus leaves every half an hour and the journey takes just over 30 minutes. Check the timetable when you get off for your return connection. When you are inside Keukenhof you will find signposts for Conexxion which you need to follow to get back to the bus.
Written May 14, 2003
When you get there by car you will be directed to on of the parking places.
There is a seperate parking spot for touringcars, it is called "Hyacint".
We parked our car on "Tulip" that is at the opposite site of the parking "Narcis".
Inside the park you will notice some signalisation.
It shows you the direction of all the locations and the direction of your parking place, so you can easy find your way around and back.
Updated Apr 4, 2011
Phone: fax.: +31 (0) 252 46 55 65
From Apeldoorn, take the A1 motorway to Amsterdam. Then follow the signs to Schiphol and take the A4 in the direction of The Hague (Den Haag). Turn off the motorway at exit 4 and follow the signs 'N207-Lisse'. From Utrecht, take the A12 to The Hague and then the A4 to Amsterdam. Turn off the motorway at exit 4 and follow the signs 'N207-Lisse'.
From Rotterdam, take the A4 to Den Haag-Amsterdam. Turn off the A4 at exit 4 and follow the signs 'N207-Lisse'. From The Hague, take the A44 and turn off at exit 3 'Noordwijkerhout/Lisse'. Then take the N208 to Lisse.
From here on you just follow the signs.
There are different parking lots but you get directed to the one that is available by car park personel.
Updated Apr 4, 2011
Phone: +31 (0) 252 46 55 55
The park offers easy-access facilities for the disabled. Pushchairs and wheelchairs are available free of charge. (Please reserve wheelchairs in advance). Keukenhof’s restaurants and terraces are a great place to take a break or relax after a well-spent day.
Written May 18, 2003
A colourful brochure in Dutch with a clearly described cycling route and map. It starts at Leiden Central station (where you can rent bicycles) and is 37 kms long.
The route is signposted by 6-sided green signs saying 'Ontdek het landschap van Zuid-Holland' (discover the landscape of Zuid-Holland).
Written Apr 23, 2008
Parking is well organised at Keukenhof.
If you come by car, follow the signs for the car park. It is situated in front of the main entrance. There are parking guides that show you a place.
If you come with a motor home, then follow the signs for the motor home car park.
Buses park on the terrain of Castle Keukenhof at the Wilhelmina entrance.
Parking costs € 6.
The best thing to do is buy a parking ticket at the cashier desk when you buy your entrance ticket.
An even better thing to do is buy your entrance ticket and parking ticket online.
Updated Apr 23, 2008
Separate area for tour busses, autos, motorcyles, and bicycles keep the traffic in and out of the gardens flowing smoothely. The parking fee was 5 Euro.
A shuttle bus visits the three parking lots every few moments and delivers visitors to the gardens main entrance.
Updated Jan 2, 2003
If you're coming by bicycle, you can park it at the main entrance. The Van Dam bicycle rental is also there. They watch your bicycle and the only thing you need to do (although not obligatory) is leave a tip.
Written Apr 24, 2008