The Most Impressive Tulip Festival In The Midwest Is Coming To Iowa This Spring

Pella is one of the most interesting towns in Iowa. First time visitors know by the Windmill that this isn’t your ordinary midwestern town. In fact, Pella is a little slice of the Netherlands right in the heart of the Hawkeye State, and the town’s Dutch heritage is on display every year during the springtime tulip festival. This year, Tulip Time will be held May 2-4, 2019. Plan your trip now, because hotels are selling out, and you don’t want to miss this amazing celebration!

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For information on Tulip Time, including a full schedule, visit their website, here. While you’re in Pella for Tulip Time, don’t forget to visit The Award-Winning Dutch Bakery In Iowa That’s Known For Its Old-Fashioned Ways.

If you love the idea of a quaint Dutch town but can’t stand the thought of fighting the crowds, consider planning a visit to The Quirky Windmill Park Hiding Right Here In Iowa.