Now that we’re halfway through March, we’re just a few weeks away from one of the PNW’s biggest flower festivals. We’re talking about the Skagit Valley Tulip Festival which kicks off on April 1st. Best of all, this year is set to be like pre-pandemic years, meaning the festival is back and better than ever.

This year, you’ll be able to visit three different gardens. They include Tulip Town, RoozenGaarde and Garden Rosalyn. Each garden is selling their own individual tickets and will have unique blooms for visitors to view throughout the month.

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Also like year’s past you’ll be able to buy plenty of freshly cut blooms, snap photos and of course just enjoy the flowers as they are. Keep in mind that this festival is incredibly popular and people travel from far and wide to attend it. So like most events we highly recommend planning ahead and purchasing your tickets in advance even though some of the farms do offer same day tickets.

Here are the ticket details for each of the farms.

Tulip Town

When: April 1st-30th
Where: 15002 Bradshaw Rd, Mount Vernon, WA
Cost: $15* ages 12+, $7* ages 6-11, Kids 5 and under are free


When: March 25th-May 1st
Where: 15867 Beaver Marsh Rd, Mount Vernon, WA
Cost: $15

Garden Rosalyn

When: Ticket information TBA

As we get closer to April it’s likely ticket time slots will sell out and more information will become available. In the meantime you can visit the Skagit Valley Tulip Festival website for more details.