Keukenhof (NL)

W A paviljoen

Willem-Alexander pavilion

Place Lisse, the Netherlands
Opening 1996
Surface 6,200 m²
Purpose exposition flower bulbs, cut flowers & potted plants
Type HighLight

Willem-Alexander pavilion in the Keukenhof

The Keukenhof is the most beautiful spring park in the world. It is one of the largest crowd pullers in the Netherlands and around 75% of visitors come from abroad. Here is the Willem-Alexander pavilion that was built by us in 1996 and is still a beautiful location for many tourists. It is one of the first HighLight glass constructions realized by us, at the time a concept that had never been shown before.

 

Colorful spectacle in 6,200 m² HighLight glass construction

Every spring, more than 32 hectares full of more than 7 million flower bulbs are in bloom with 800 different varieties of tulips. In addition to the flower bulbs outside, you can see bulb flowers, cut flowers and pot plants inside the Willem-Alexander pavilion. Here visitors can enjoy a colorful spectacle, even when it rains, that looks different every week.

 

Largest Tourist crowd puller

The Keukenhof is one of the largest crowd pullers in the Netherlands and around 75% of visitors come from abroad. Many other projects followed that attract thousands of visitors every year, such as 'The Glasshouse' in the RHS Wisley botanical garden and the Hortus botanicus winter garden in Leiden.

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