A Huge You-Pick Tulip Farm brings a little bit of the Netherlands to San Antonio this January!

We all know that Spring comes early to San Antonio, but this January it brings with it a colorful array of tulips at this new Tulip Farm on the East side of the city, near La Vernia!  Texas Tulips, which has been operating an incredible field North of Dallas for a few years, is opening a second location where visitors can come out for the day to soak in a little sunshine, pose with the flowers and even pick them!  Guest can also purchase bulbs to plant next winter!

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Image Courtesy of Texas Tulips Facebook Page

 

The field should open in January, with the season running until late February or early March.

Know Before You Go

Parking is FREE

Admission is $5/person

Dogs are not allowed.

Concessions are available, outside food and drinks are not allowed.

Strollers are not allowed in the fields.

Professional photographers must pay a $25 fee.

More Things To Do in near Texas Tulips 

Play

The San Antonio Stock Show and Rodeo runs for 3 weeks in February, and is one of the biggest fairs in the area.

Celebrate Mardi Gras at Six Flags Fiesta Texas with nightly parades, food and live music!

Eat

The Den in La Vernia worth the drive from San Antonio, with a huge outdoor play area and amazing food!

Stay

Enjoy the country life at this little cabin at Redawg Ranch, near La Vernia and the Texas Tulips!



Texas Tulips San Antonio

15122 FM 775, La Vernia

Click HERE to visit their website.



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Michelle

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