Last weekend we visited the Skagit Valley Tulip Festival. This is a spring Tulip Festival near Mt. Vernon and is held annually, April 1 to April 30. This festival claims to be Washington’s largest, with over one million visitors each year.
We drove for about 1.5 hours to the festival venue to catch a glimpse of the wonderful tulips. There are many fields in the area and we visited RoozenGaarde. The place gets crowded later in the afternoon so we reached there early. The day was cloudy and slightly windy.
There were many wonderful colors of tulips with beautiful color combinations. We clicked lots of pictures and I found it difficult to select which ones to post as the tulips looked lovely in all. Hope you enjoy the virtual tour presented here.
This is a 3.5 acre display garden featuring authentic Dutch windmill.
Beautiful place to click pictures with family.
Fileds of Daffodils
Fields of tulips with variety of colors.
Seems like a painting of a beautiful scenery.
Loved taking this shot.
Walking around the rows of different colors of tulips.
Endless fields of tulips.
Yellow tulips were yet to be on their full bloom.
The show garden displayed the specialty tulips and different varieties.
Fiery little tulips
Charming statue of the little girl among the flowers.
Morning dew on the fresh tulips.
Tulips shaped windmill outside the gift shop.
The fields were colorful and we thoroughly enjoyed looking at all the different varieties of tulips. Let me know your favorite picture here.
This post also marks the 100th post on my blog and it feels awesome. I would like to thank all of you wonderful people who have motivated me along this journey. Cheers to All! 🙂