Plan your trip to visit the springtime! You can visit the Keukenhof between March 23rd and May 21st 2017. Buy your ticket for the bus and entrance to the Keukenhof now. There are several options.
Planning on visiting the Keukenhof? The easiest way is to travel by public transport. The Keukenhof Express will take you from Schiphol Plaza or Leiden Central Station to the main entrance of the Keukenhof without any stops. The Keukenhof Express (bus lines 858 or 854) travel 4 to 12 times an hour. This means you will never have to wait long for the next bus. The busses are in our travel planner so plan your trip to visit the springtime!
Your day at the Keukenhof is more comfortable and economical with a Combi-ticket. With a Combi-ticket you do not have to stand in line at the Keukenhof. The bus driver will stop at the main entrance, from where you can enter the park directly. And, in addition, the Combi-ticket is often cheaper than your travel costs, parking costs and entrance fee for the Keukenhof combined! There are two sorts of Combi-tickets:
The Combi-ticket Bus + Keukenhof Entrance is your bus ticket for the Keukenhof Express from Leiden (854) or Schiphol (858) and your entrance ticket to Keukenhof at the same time.
With the Combi-ticket you can also travel on the following bus lines:
A Combi-ticket for adults from Amsterdam costs €29.00; from Schiphol, Leiden and Haarlem €24.00. For children from 4 – 11 years a Combi-ticket costs €12.50.
Do you plan on travelling to Schiphol Plaza or Leiden Central Station by train, and taking the Keukenhof Express (bus lines 854 or 858) from there on? Or to Haarlem station and traveling further by bus line 50? Then you can buy the Combi-ticket for train + bus + Keukenhof entrance. You can order the Combi-ticket train + bus + Keukenhof entrance online from 1 March until 21 May 2017 (inclusive). This Combi-ticket is valid up to and including 21 May 2017 from all stations in The Netherlands.