We thought it would be fun to share a few facts straight from the grower
Seattle area artist Melissa Jander's poster art embodies the Tulip Festival; her bright and bold style captures the arrival of spring that the festival celebrates each year.
Without our sponsors, there wouldn't be a Festival. Financial support for the Festival comes from businesses large and small, as well city and county governments. Join the fun and become a sponsor!
We update our Facebook page several times each week, with info about the Festival, things to do in Skagit Valley, and just fun stuff. Follow us!
From hundreds of photos, the judges (and the people) have spoken. Visit our gallery of 2017 Columbia Bank Photo Contest winners!
We goofed! We have too many 2017 shirts and we need to clear them out. You benefit! Check out our store; limited to stock on hand.
Although RoozenGaarde does have a few late-blooming varieties in their display garden, the beautiful fields of tulips are gone. Tulip Town is closed for the season
Plan ahead -- get your maps, get directions and be aware that you will likely be in traffic for an hour or so before you get to the tulip gardens. Please use the facilities at the info centers and the festival office provided for you.
The daffodils in Skagit Valley are now in full bloom. The bright yellow is popping against the gray skies and rain. Tulips will be beginning to bloom in the first part of April.
Savanah Garcia and Ethan Petrick were named ambassadors from a field of 50+ Skagit County 4th and 5th graders.
Anacortes, Mount Vernon, and Sedro Woolley each have Farmer's Markets open for the coming months. Come enjoy FRESH proudce and fun crafts.
The festival was very excited to have our congressional representative come and visit the festival.
National Geographic is featuring the Skagit Valley Tulip Festival as perfect for families to visit in the spring.
93-year-old Betty Coe, a resident at Bay Vista Commons in Bremerton, WA shared this poem she wrote. Enjoy!
When it’s time to escape the everyday grind for a spell, start by seeking out these family-friendly attractions taken straight from the pages of fairy tales. Ours is April 1-30!
Our own Marinus Rouw is the Zambelli Fireworks International Festival & Events Association Volunteer of the Year, recognized recently at the annual conference in Tucson!
It's a call we get often..."may we bring our dog to the fields?" Sorry, the answer is please don't!
AT the recent World Tulip Summit in Istanbul, Tulip Town's Jeanette DeGoede was honored by the Order of the Tulip, one of 16 original honorees!