Tulip Time Photo Walk


Additional Dates and Times

  1. Mon, May 4 at 8:00am
  2. Tue, May 5 at 7:00pm
  3. Thu, May 7 at 8:00am
  4. Fri, May 8 at 7:00pm

Tulip Time is offering photography enthusiasts a unique opportunity to see one of Holland’s top tourist attractions through the eyes of a professional photographer during hours when there are no crowds. Photography buffs can join photojournalist Mike Lozon on an exclusive early morning or evening photo shoot of Windmill Island Gardens in full festival bloom. Mike will share tips and tricks on how to achieve the best results for shooting landscapes and architecture before leading the hands-on tour around the beautiful island gardens.

All participants of the Tulip Time Photo Walk have the option to submit one (1) photo taken during the event to be selected as Best Picture for each of the shoots. Winners will be awarded a Photography Quick Guide and will be featured in Tulip Time social media posts. Details for submitting photographs and announcing winners will be provided at the conclusion of each shoot along with tip sheets for creating eye-catching images.

Participants will meet at least 15 minutes prior to the start of the event at the entrance booth in the parking lot at Windmill Island Gardens. If the event is cancelled due to inclement weather, refunds will be issued as long as the participant has registered for the event and has provided appropriate contact information.

Tickets: $35 per person


Mike Lozon is a writer, editor and photographer who spent the first part of his career working for newspapers throughout Michigan. He left the newspaper business in the 1990s to start The Write Way, a business specializing in the creation of personal memoirs, and the histories of Michigan businesses and nonprofit organizations. He started Freestyle Photography as an offshoot of his writing and editing business. He has taken photos for Tulip Time, Ottawa County Parks and Recreation Commission, Holland Area Arts Council, Outdoor Discovery Center/DeGraaf Nature Center, Holland Area Visitors Bureau, Downtown Holland, Windmill Island, and the Ready for School organization. He conducts seasonal photography workshops for the Ottawa County Parks and Recreation Commission. A Holland resident, he received his bachelor’s degree in photojournalism from Central Michigan University.


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Windmill Island Gardens
1 Lincoln Avenue
Holland, MI 49423
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  • Street Parking is allowed unless noted.
  • Paid Parking may be available at some churches or businesses.