Texas Travel | Texas Tulip Fields

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There’s a little piece of Holland in Texas and in late February! Texas has so many beautiful wild flowers in the spring but just outside of San Antonio and Dallas, you’ll find beautiful Texas Tulip Fields. The season is short, so I wanted to make sure to get this post up, in case you are interested in going.



I went to La Vernia, TX, northeast of San Antonio during the last weekend in February. The tulips were beautiful. If you are trying to capture some great pictures, I would suggest going earlier in the season. By the time I went, a lot were picked over. The season is now closed at this location. I was able to go at the tail end.

Admission: Parking is Free, $5 per person to get in and $2.50 per tulip

For more info, check them out here.

They will wrap the tulips and add a jelly to the bottoms to preserve them. When you get home, just rise off the jelly and cut the tips. Our tulips lasted about a week with very little care.

This is definitely worth checking out in my opinion. The earlier in the season, the better. The Pilot Point, TX location just north of Dallas is open until the end of March from 10 AM to 8 PM. Perfect for spring break! Happy Spring!

XO, Em

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12 thoughts on “Texas Travel | Texas Tulip Fields

  1. I’ve always wanted to do a tulip festival – until I remember how many bugs there are ahha! But it looks like you had a wonderful time. And it sure is beautiful!


  2. We have a tulip field in the CT/MA area and every year I say I want to go… this year might be the time I finally do it! So beautiful! We don’t have any blooms here yet in Connecticut but I know its coming!


  3. Ahhh, I’ve heard of this place and didn’t realize it was so close to Dallas! I am planning to drive up from Austin to visit my parents and might have to make a trip to see these beautiful blooms!


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