The Tulip Legacy Walking Tour is a professionally guided tour through Commissioners Park, providing visitors with in-depth historical and horticultural knowledge of the different tulip varieties within the festival.
Highlights include the Queen Juliana Gift Bed, The Man with Two Hats historic statue and Heritage Canada’s Dutch-Canadian War Brides Display.
Not able to get to us in person, we offer our 2021 pre-recorded tour for $5 per household. While some of the tulip varieties are not the same, the historical and horticultural information is still very relevant, and gives you a look at what to expect if you get to visit us in person.
Tickets for the 2024 Tulip Legacy Walking Tours will be available soon.
Simply select your preferred day below and then your preferred time and add your tickets to your cart. Please present your ticket, printed or on your mobile device, to our representative 15 minutes prior to the start time of your event. Meeting place is in front of the HMCS Carleton building. Look for our Walking Tour flag. Tours are provided in English unless otherwise stated.
Parking can be hard to find, please allow for extra time. If you miss your alotted time, we will attempt to add you to another group if room is available. No refunds for missed tours.
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