The Skagit Valley Tulip Festival lasts the entire month of April. Though the heart of the festival is centered around the acres of beautiful blooming tulips, there is so much more to do than just admire the tulips! Below are a few of the many, many events that come with the Skagit Valley Tulip Festival!
The Best Events at the Skagit Valley Tulip Festival
Of course, the tulip festival itself! The Skagit Valley Tulip Festival is designed as a driving tour. However, you can park and walk around some of the fields or even bike ride! The tulips bloom anywhere from the last week of March to the second week of April - whatever Mother Nature has planned! The Skagit Valley Tulip Festival Bloom Map is updated daily so that you can see what tulip fields are blooming.
Get a bird’s-eye view of all the beautiful blooming fields of tulips and daffodils. These family-friendly tours are available on weekends throughout April, with price depending on longevity and how many people will be attending!
With only a $5 per person donation suggested, the entire family can come out to Beaks Noses Bills to pet the most adorable rabbits, chicks, baby goats, lambs, and baby pigs. The petting farm is open every weekend in April from 10 a.m.-4 p.m.!
Skagit Beer Week starts the last week of March, ending in the first week of April. The week is meant to honor the Valley’s agricultural heritage, and, well, craft beer! Beer Week consists of many different events, including: Skagit Beer Week Cutest Dog Contest, Skagit Beer Week Collaboration Brew Release Party, Skagit Farm to Pint Beer Run, Skagit Beer Week Yappy Hours, and many more!
Downtown Mount Vernon Street Fair
This street fair has everything, including fine art, painting, clothing, jewelry, photography, food, live entertainment - fun for the whole family! Come out for a weekend in mid-April to get the full experience.
This two-and-a-half-hour boat cruise will take you to the must-see views of Deception Pass and the Swinomish Channel. The boat has both indoor and outdoor seating for you to enjoy, and a delicious lunch of Dungeness crab, Tuscan baked chicken, sides, and dessert! The bar is stocked with a selection of Northwest beers, wines, and cocktails. Come experience La Conner by water, and book your lunch cruise now!
Staying at La Conner Country Inn
La Conner Country Inn is located in the quaint town of La Conner, WA. Its location is just 10 minutes away from the iconic Skagit Valley Tulip Festival, so if you’re interested in going to the festival for more than one day, it will be easy to get back and forth! We are the perfect place for a relaxing getaway; we have a wonderful restaurant and pub, cozy rooms, and an excellent staff to make sure that your stay exceeds all expectations. Call us today to book a room so that you can experience the annual Skagit Valley Tulip Festival, at 360-466-1500!