The Cherry Blossom Park in Amstelveen
Every spring, the 400 flowering cherry blossom trees attract thousands of visitors from home and abroad. But even outside the flowering period in March/April, the oval Cherry Blossom Park is an ideal location for finding peace and reflection. Find out more about a unique piece of Japan in the Netherlands.
Unfortunately, it is impossible to predict exactly when the 400 trees in the Blossom Park will be in bloom. The cherry blossom has a flowering period of about two weeks in March / April. The exact period depends on temperature, wind and rainfall.
Make your visit to the Bloesempark a success by taking the following factors into account:
- Weekends are very busy during the flowering period. Enjoy a peaceful visit by stopping by during the week.
Picnicking is only possible on weekdays.
During busy times, take into account waiting times and the fact that there are no toilets available.
For current updates, keep an eye on our website and the website of the Amsterdamse Bos.
The cherry trees in the blossom park were donated to the municipality of Amstelveen in 2000 by the Japanese Women's Club. Every tree in the symmetrical park has a name: 200 trees have a Japanese female name, 200 trees have a Dutch female name. Flowers and nature have a symbolic meaning in Japan. The cherry blossom ('Sakura') represents a new beginning. At the same time, the blowing of the blossom refers to the fleeting nature of life.
Bike to the Blossom Park
Rent a bicycle at Grand Hotel Amstelveen and cycle to the Blossom park in Amstelveen. Combine it with a visit to the oude dorp and enjoy Amstelveen. Rent a bike for 3 hours for €17.50 per person.Rent a Bike
Doorweg 32, 1182 DB Amstelveen