When can you see tulips in Seattle? A: The Tulip Festival is held from April 1-30 annually. However, mother nature determines when the tulips bloom. Some years the tulips are blooming the last week of March and other years they may not bloom until the second week of April. Also, there are different varieties of tulips that bloom earlier and later.
Where can I see tulips in Seattle? Skagit Valley is a beautiful place to see tulip displays, tulip fields, and best of all, it’s located near Seattle.
What are the dates of the Skagit Valley Tulip Festival? The Skagit Valley Tulip Festival is one of the most popular destination events for the Pacific Northwest, held traditionally each year from April 1-30, Every spring as many as a million people come to enjoy the celebration of spring as gazillions of tulips burst into bloom.
How far is Skagit Valley Tulip Festival from Seattle? The Skagit Valley Tulip Festival is a perfect destination for either a day trip or a longer stay. We are adjacent to I-5, 60 miles north of Seattle and 70 miles south of Vancouver, BC, Canada.