How amazing is it that you could experience the tulip fields of Holland right here in New Jersey! If you are wondering where to see tulips in New Jersey, there are two beautiful farms: Dalton Farms in Swedesboro and Holland Ridge Farms in Cream Ridge. I will be sharing all the details on visiting these tulips festival in New Jersey
When do Tulips Bloom in New Jersey
The opening date for when tulips bloom in New Jersey are different every year. Usually, tulip season opens mid-April and only lasts a couple weeks. Keep an eye on their website to find out updates on when the season is opening up.
Dalton Farms have officially announced their opening dates from March 30th through April 23rd , 2023.
Holland Ridge Farms will be announcing their opening dates the first week of April 2023. Stay tuned for their opening day and ticket announcements.
How to Purchase Tickets for Tulips Festival in New Jersey
Dalton Farms: All guests three and older will require an admission ticket. Ticket prices are $12 online and $16 at the door. You can pick your own tulips for $2 per stem or 10 flowers for $10.
Holland Ridge Farms: All guests three and older will require an admission ticket. Tickets are $15 per person and it is only valid for the date you select. You can pick your own tulips for $1 per stem.
Activities to do at Tulip Festivals
Other than exploring the tulip fields, these farms offer more activities to do throughout the farm too!
Dalton Farms: In addition to tulips, you can also find sunflowers and zinnias at Dalton Farms! They also have an events page that you can check out! The Easter Bunny will be visiting the farm every weekend from 10am to 5pm starting April 1st up to Easter Sunday! On April 22, you can experience the wide assortment of wine, beer, and spirits with the Two Bridges Wine, Beer, and Spirits Trail. Pair this with a selection of delicious bites provided by their local food vendors.
Holland Ridge Farms: In addition to tulips, you can also find sunflowers at Holland Ridge Farms. You can grab a sweet treat from their bakery barn and a bite to eat at one of their food trucks. On weekends, they have pony rides and a small petting zoo. You can even take a free hayride around the farm! Something new they are doing this year is they have weekday picnics! You can bring your own food and drinks (non-alcoholic) to the farm Monday through Friday during the tulip festival.