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Tulip Town

15002 Bradshaw Rd, Mount Vernon, WA 98273-8737
+1 360-424-8152
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It is in the area of another display which is larger but it has a good variety of blooms. Very very... read more

Reviewed yesterday
sndovale
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Sacramento
Tulip festival

No e location to view the spring bloom of tulips. A bit crowded and not as easy to get into as the... read more

Reviewed yesterday
trouthook69
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Belton, Texas
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15002 Bradshaw Rd, Mount Vernon, WA 98273-8737
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Reviewed yesterday

It is in the area of another display which is larger but it has a good variety of blooms. Very very pretty.

Thank sndovale
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

No e location to view the spring bloom of tulips. A bit crowded and not as easy to get into as the rozengarden. Good selection of tulips and worth a stop. A bit muddy after a rain.

Thank trouthook69
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Reviewed yesterday

Tulip town is smaller in size compared to Roozengarde. however, it does have more variety of Tulips. A lof of their bulbs have variegated tones of color, thus making their field more colorful! There was defintely smaller crowd in Tulip Town compare to Roozengarde.

Thank GintamaZ
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Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile

Tulip Town is a fairly commercial tulip operation which has a covered area where you can learn the identities of the various tulips before you go to the field. Worth a short visit.

4  Thank AngusDad
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Reviewed 6 days ago

It was raining a bit when we were here. The ground was muddy, boots will help a lot! The tulips are just so spectacular! The display of tulips are incredible !

1  Thank Thanh P
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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

We went after the rain storms so the fields were SUPER MUDDY! The layout was beautiful, the inside section has a nice setup. The coffee shop was a nice addition in a cold and rainy day.

1  Thank Canarons
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Reviewed 1 week ago

They have a large indoor display of the various types of tulips in the fields. In addition there are things for kids to do and as well as a couple of restaurants out of the elements. There are displays of the area history and a...More

3  Thank Caribbeancrazy243
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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

First off I want to say please brings boots or shoes you don't mind getting dirty. When it rains there will be puddles here and there. Parking lot is basically grass and dirt. The entry fee is 7dollars. There is an inside viewing area to...More

1  Thank dvonte
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Reviewed 1 week ago

We went to the gardens.It was a bit muddy but all was well. The flowers are stunning. The gift shop had some very creative unique gifts. It was a bit crowded inside but the mural on the wall made it worth it.

1  Thank Mary P
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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

We weren't sure what to expect... Almost walked away without going in when we learned it's $7 admission (should have done our research ahead of time), but after making the effort to stop and park decided to follow through and visit. Visiting on 4.3.18 this...More

Thank narfishi
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rdelaney9348
20 April 2018|
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Response from Thanh P | Reviewed this property |
I agree with the other person. You dont need to walk far into the fields. You can stay close near the main house and admire the tulips & take pictures! I saw a few people with wheel chairs and with canes. Have a good time!
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LiLiHope824
27 January 2018|
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Response from NPandPNWTraveler | Reviewed this property |
Unless things stay really cold for awhile yet, I don’t think the tulips will last until late May. The blooms usually peak in April but in 2016, it was late March since it had been so warm so early.
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Sana N
27 April 2017|
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Response from beasleys-mom | Reviewed this property |
I don't know. I suspect there is little in the way of public transport, though. Did not see any bus stops. There might be some private transport arranged specifically for the tulips, though. Did see private buses.
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