Everyone’s favorite tulip fields at Skagit Valley just got a little bit more exciting.
Visitors can not only visit the gorgeous blooms but also enjoy home-grown products, decor and gifts, a farm-to-table cafe, as well as locally sourced ice cream.
“We dug right in and took parts of the business that we wanted to update down to the studs to improve the signature Skagit experience,” said Skagit Acres co-owner and CEO Andrew Miller.
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Skagit Acres and Tulip Town are both currently open for guests, although visitors to the tulip fields will have to purchase timed tickets in advance online, as the farm must restrict the number of guests visiting at a given time due to COVID-19 restrictions.
Up to 3,000 people at a time will be allowed to roam through Tulip Town’s five million flowers during three-hour booked time slots. Tulip Town has announced on its website that it will be opening earlier and staying open later due to the need for timed entry.
As usual, the farm will be hosting five acres of dazzling photo opportunities, an indoor and outdoor tulip garden, displays, windmill, trolley rides, as well as a market with food, treats, local goods, and more.
More information about the season-opening can be found on the Tulip Town website.