Tulips of the Valley

Chilliwack – The beloved annual floral attraction is returning, beginning April 11, 2021.

Launched in 2006, Chilliwack Tulips is the first attraction of its kind in the Fraser Valley — and it’s still the largest in BC, with millions of Tulip bulbs blooming each year.

They were forced to take a hiatus in 2020 due to the pandemic, but are proudly returning this year (with health and safety protocols in place) for the 15th annual edition, starting this weekend.

In January, the Abbotsford Tulip Festival packed up the planters and moved to the Okanagan.

Launched in 2006, Chilliwack Tulips is the first attraction of its kind in the Fraser Valley — and it’s still the largest in BC, with millions of Tulip bulbs blooming each year.

Chilliwack Tulips is justly famous for its namesake flower fields. Guests can roam among more than 20 acres of 25-plus Tulip varieties, plus over 16 types of Double Daffodils, and almost a dozen types of Hyacinths. There will be more than 6.5 million bulbs in all! Please note: in terms of blooming times, the “Chilliwack Spring Blooms” (featuring full bloom Hyacinths and Double Daffodils, along with a 4-acre field of budding Tulips) will take place April 11 – 15.

“Chilliwack Tulips” (the remaining acres of Tulips) will be in bloom from April 16 until at least May 2. Chilliwack Tulips runs every day from April 11, for approximately three to four weeks.

The fields are located at 41310 Yale Road, just minutes from Highway 1.

Parking is free. Admissions will be available for purchase one week in advance.

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