It's a neat market with lots of tulip bulbs and other seeds. They also carry some that have the certificates you need to take them out of Europe. This is also right next to a great shopping street, so it's a good area to explore.
About Flower Market / Bloemenmarkt
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Fun to watch the colorful Tulips bulbs, but if you are searching for souvenirs, there are plenty of stores with a great variety. The best thing were all the cheese stores along the market, where you can sample a wide variety of flavors! From regular...More
Floating on the canal is a line of floating barges linked together to create this unique flower market. Consisting mainly of flower shops selling their famous Amsterdam tulips, bulbs, flowers, bouquets, indoor plants … with a few exceptions in between. The nearest tram stop is...More
Wandered through here in late June during day trip to Amsterdam. Must have seen over a million bulbs for sale--every vendor for the entire length of the market had bags, baskets, boxes, wooden shoes--you name it full of bulbs to sell. Very few real flowers...More
Go here to check out the local obsession with Tulips! Or maybe it's a self-fulfilling prophecy. Either way, they have the largest collection of tulip bulbs anywhere! Interesting place to stroll through.
Very nice canal-side market where all kind of flowers, plants and souvenirs are for sale. It's a quite cheerful place, enjoyable to walk through. The ideal spot for small gifts shopping. The most popular thing for sale are of course bags of typical tulips bulbs,...More
This flower market is just off the tram stop and easy to locate. It contains a long row of booths and shops that sell souvenirs and many many different kinds of flowerbulbs. Some we even labeled clear to go to the United States and Canada....More
Not too many flowers being sold, but it is out of tulip season so understandable. It does offer a great range of gifts, bulbs and all sorts of flower related things. It is a must visit for culture.
Here you can find a variety of flowers and flower seeds. There are also cheap souvenirs. Albert Hejin and Herring shop are also nearby.
If you are passing by and need a souvenir, then have a look. To call this a flower market is a bit of an exaggeration. Full mainly of bulbs and the usual tourist trappings. Nearby though are some nice shops and cafes.