Huis Ten Bosch is an amusement park located in Nagasaki Prefecture, and it replicates a traditional Dutch town complete with stunning architecture, picturesque canals, and vibrant flower gardens. The flower gardens are celebrated with numerous festivals throughout the year, and during the month of May it's all about roses.
The amusement park grounds are home to an incredible 2000 rose bushes covering 100 varieties, and along with the multitude of flowers to enjoy there will also be rose plants, flower crowns, and even rose juice available to purchase.
Admission prices to the park differ depending on the pass you get, but a standard one-day adult admission is priced at 7000 yen. This doesn't just include the rose festival, but the entire range of attractions the park offers.
For those visiting the area via public transport, Huis Ten Bosch Station (Ōmura Line) serves the theme park. The travel time is around 90 minutes from Nagasaki Station.
For those who opt to drive, paid on site parking is available. Prices differ by vehicle size, but a small car is priced at 800 yen per day.
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