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Skagit Valley Tulip Festival

Yes, the Tulip Festival is happening in 2021!

This year, visitors to the tulip fields will need to register online for a time slot to see the tulips. Follow the links for each of the growers:
RoozeGaarde
Tulip Town
Visit tulipfetival.org or download the 2021 Tulip Festival brochure for more details on other festival events, merchandise and more.
Skagt Valley Tulip Festival brochure
Springtime is a wonderful time for Mount Vernon, and each tulip season brings new adventure.

The Skagit Valley Tulip Festival has been part of the City of Mount Vernon since the early 1980s. It began as part of the Mount Vernon Chamber of Commerce then branched out to form its own organization. Plan on driving between fields, display gardens and festival events.

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Getting Here

The Bloom Map is a wonderful feature that Tulips.com has provided. Updated daily with the most current fields in bloom, in addition, to where the Tulips, Daffodils and Iris are located.

 

Featured Events

The Downtown Mount Vernon Street Fair  The Annual Tulip Festival Street Fair, presented by the Mount Vernon Downtown Association, features hundreds of juried arts and crafts vendors from more that eight states. Live entertainment at multiple locations, children’s activities and a wonderful variety of food concessions to choose from.
Kiwanis Salmon Barbecue  This event has become a staple within the festival. Wild salmon barbecued over alder, with baked potato, slaw, garlic bread and ice cream. Two serving sizes. Heated lodge.
Tulip Pedal   Consists of  20-, 40- and 60-mile bike ride. Registration from 7 am - noon. Course open until 4 p.m. Pre-registration: $35. Day of: $40. Kids 14 and under FREE.
• List of festival events and more on the Tulip Festival website.

 

Need to Know

• Bloom dates are according to weather
• Beat the crowds during the week versus the weekend.
• Dress for all four seasons.
• Plan on driving between fields, display gardens and festival events.
• Two display gardens both have their own fees (and both offer free parking)

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