Skagit Valley Tulip Festival – Love La Conner

Skagit Valley Tulip Festival – Love La Conner

Plan your Skagit Valley Tulip Festival visit!

Every year, hundreds of thousands of people come to the Skagit Valley in April for the Skagit Valley Tulip Festival. As one of the most popular destinations in Washington State, and a beloved month for vacationers in La Conner, visitors enjoy acres and acres of brightly colored tulips, stunning display gardens, and photo opportunities around every corner. Last year people visited from all over the world (over 85 countries!) and from all 50 states! La Conner offers a great showcase of Skagit Valley Tulip Festival events, exhibits, and events for your visit!

Skagit Valley Tulip Bloom Festival Map

One of the most common questions we hear at the Skagit Valley Tulip Festival is, β€œAre the tulips in bloom yet?” Our tulips bloom according to Mother Nature – the buds can start to color as soon as late March, or wait until closer to mid-April. Warm spring weather produces early blooms. Cooler weather means a later season. Once a tulip field begins to color, it usually stays in bloom for about two weeks. Each field is planted with different varieties, which means that not all fields will bloom at the same time.

To get started, check out the Bloom Map that you can refer to as often as you like – it’s updated daily to show you which fields are in bloom during the entire Tulip Festival month.

La Conner Daffodil Festival

Skagit Valley Daffodil Tulip FestivalAlthough tulips are our most popular flower, there’s nothing more stunning than entire fields of bright, cheerful daffodils against the backdrop of Mount Baker during the La Conner Daffodil Festival. It’s beautiful in March with the daffodils in bloom, and there are many fun events and exhibitions in La Conner during March. If you can’t make it to the Skagit Valley Tulip Festival in April, skip the crowds and join us this March for the La Conner Daffodil Festival!

Events, fairs and a Tulip Festival parade in a small town

Skagit_Valley_Tulip_Festival_2013_PageLa Conner is the hub for all the fun of the Skagit Valley Tulip (and daffodil) Festival – we’re centrally located within all the flower fields; During the month of April alone, La Conner is home to over 20 amazing events and 3 nationally recognized museums that host some truly amazing exhibits. From wine tastings to concerts, you’ll find something fun to do in La Conner no matter when you visit!

The 2020 Tulip Parade has been cancelled

CLICK HERE FOR THE LA CONNER EVENT CALENDAR!

Plan your trip to the Skagit Valley Tulip Festival

Skagit Valley Tulip FestivalSince there’s so much to see and do during the Skagit Valley Tulip Festival, we recommend planning ahead and making reservations at one of La Conner’s lodging establishments. You’ll be centrally located and just minutes from all the tulip fields and display gardens, plus you’ll be able to enjoy visiting our waterfront village, shopping in many of our specialty stores, and dining at one of our wonderful restaurants. .

Are you ready to plan your trip? Check out our Skagit Valley Tulip Festival Planning Guide to get started.

There aren’t many valleys as beautiful as the Skagit Valley – and there are certainly fewer as gorgeous as ours when the sun shines, the fields ablaze with color, and snow-capped Mount Baker provides the perfect backdrop. Come visit us – we promise you’ll absolutely love La Conner this April!

Click here for more information about the Tulip Festival, read our Tulip Festival Planning Guide or call or stop by the La Conner Visitor Center where you will find plenty of information – including brochures and maps. 413 Morris Street in La Conner; 360/466-4778. Email: info@laconnerchamber.com

Plan a return visit

Note: Although it’s always fun to visit La Conner during the spring months – there are so many reasons to come back again and again – all year long! Check out our Visit La Conner on a Return Trip page to learn more about what’s fun and engaging during each of our four seasons.

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