Maps, Parking & Transportation

8th Street between Central & Columbia
8th Street between River & College
8th Street between River & Columbia
Central Ave. between 10th & 12th
Parade Route — 8th between Columbia & Kollen Park
Parade Route — 8th from Columbia to Van Raalte and 24th
Offsite Parking Shuttle Route
Offsite Parking Shuttle Stops
Tulip Lanes
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Parking
  • Street Parking is allowed unless noted.
  • Paid Parking may be available at some churches or businesses.

TULIP TIME OFFSITE PARKING SHUTTLE

Avoid the hassle of Tulip Time traffic and parking. The Tulip Time Offsite Parking Shuttle is a festival transportation system carefully designed to enhance the visitor experience. When you choose to ride, you help promote pedestrian safety by alleviating traffic congestion downtown.

Park your vehicle at the designated “Festival Parking” lot located at Nelis’ Dutch Village, purchase your wristband(s), then catch a shuttle into Downtown Holland. Shuttle riders are brought within walking distance of many of the festival’s events and activities.

Times: The Tulip Time Offsite Parking Shuttle runs from 10 am – 6 pm, May 2-10. Shuttles run every 15-20 minutes with potential delays on parade days.

Location: Shuttles start running from the Festival Parking lot at Nelis’ Dutch Village on US-31 & James St. (12350 James St., Holland, MI 49424)

Price: Wristbands are $5; children 5 and under ride free and require no wristband. Wristbands valid entire week of festival (May 2-10). Purchase your wristband(s) only at the Festival Parking lot at Nelis’ Dutch Village.

Click here for further shuttle information and Frequently Asked Questions
Please note that the Tulip Time Offsite Parking Shuttle is different from Tulip City Trolley Tours. Click here for details on Tulip City Trolley Tours.

AMTRAK

Amtrak has daily service right into Holland, Michigan. Get all the details and purchase tickets at amtrak.com or call 800-USA-RAIL