Tulip Festival

Saturday, April 23rd - Sunday, April 24th

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Each spring, the City of Wamego comes alive with thousands of visitors, vibrant colors of tulips and over 150 craft vendors. The vivacious colors of the tulips from Holland are the backdrop for the April art and craft fair in Wamego City Park.

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Shop our Vendors Today!

Visit these fine vendors and find fantastic items to purchase!

Jade & John Ellcey-Heavenly Hippo

Gerald & Linda Berthot--Mutton Hollow Herb Farm  on Facebook

Thaddeus & Kelly Perry- Perrys Pork Rinds on Facebook

Laura & Brent Sharp - Rio Jo's Southwest Style Jewelry

Jenny Jansen - Jansen Pottery -

Tonya Miller - Custom Sewing by Tonya on Facebook

Dean Kubin - Papa's Manhattan Woodworks on Facebook

Jim Walker - JB Walker Photography

Angie Berens - Offerings LLC on Facebook

Mike & Angie Armstrong - MAAC Wind Chimes -

Robert Pickel - Wild Bobs Old Time Portraits 

Becky Rawls-Riley - Rawls-Riley Creations, LLC

Nancy Marston - Aunt Nancy's Face Art on Facebook

Don Bartell - Sawdust Dreams

Shop More of Our Vendors!

Mike Armstrong - MAAC Wind Chimes -

Kattie Phillips - Kattie's Krazy Kreations on Facebook

Jojo Orlanes - All Metal Art Shop

Debbie Gerard & Kris Sallee - Sticky Spoons

Sandy Kay Hunter - Nature in Watercolor and Acrylics

Mattie Hellwig - Miss Mattie Bleu's

Deon & Angela Toy - RemeBees on Facebook

Kristen Wright - Magnaporium

Jean Hutchison - JHutchison Photography 


Beer/Wine/Cider Tasting Tent

NEW to the festival is a Beer/Wine/Cider Tasting Tent located inside the large tent on the South tennis court.   $5.00 for a souvenir glass and 6 tickets.  You can also enjoy your favorite beverage at the bar located inside the tent.



Amazing Food & Refreshments


Bobby's Food Co.

Boo Boo's

Dry Creek Buffalo Ranch

Knights of Columbus

Made 2 Grill

Roll N Smoke

Silvey Concessions

Smokin' Wille's BBQ

Southern Star

Stumpy's Smoked Cheese

Sugar Daddy's

Tasty Traveler


Copper Kettle Corn

Fun Time Concessions

Made it Myself Shaved Ice

Old Home Rootbeer

Sweet Somethings

Two Brother's Fudge

Wild West Soda

All food and drink items may be subject to change.




Costs & Parking


Free & Open to the Public:


Free parking is available on side streets surrounding Wamego City Park.  For handicap parking, there are some space available in the Wamego Aquatic Center (This is located at east side of the corner of Ash Street and 5th Street.) parking lot and in the 400 block of Ash St.  There are other designated spaces by the Children's Train Depot on 6th St.  

Family Fun Activities

  • Over 150 Craft and Artisan Vendors
  • Food trucks from throughout the region
  • Inflatable games.  $10 All Day Pass ($5 late in the day)
  • Frankfort Subdivision Model Trains (Shelter House)
  • Petting Zoo-$1 per person- all ages
  • Face Painting (multiple locations)
  • Children’s Games and Activities
  • Virtual Reality rides-$10
  • Carriage Rides - both Saturday 12-5 pm and Sunday- 12- 4 pm
  • The Children's Train will not be running during the Festival this year

While you’re here, don’t forget to spend time in Downtown Wamego and visit local historical landmarks. Wamego’s small town charm is sure to leave you wanting to visit again.



Community Activities

  • Horseshoe Tournament- 9 am Saturday – For more information and registration, contact Larry Collette at 785-456-5001
  • Kaw Valley Quilters -Quilt Show - Located at Wamego's Senior Center (Same hours as festival)
  • Pancake Feed - Sponsored by Pack #92 - on Ash St. in front of the Senior Center, Saturday only, 7 am to 11 am.
  • Popcorn Sales - Pack #92 - on Ash St. in front of the Senior Center, Saturday and Sunday during the festival.








Discover Wamego City Park

As you enjoy the Tulip Festival, look for these highlights throughout Wamego

City Park!

Schonhoff Dutch Mill

Historic Museum and Prairie Town Village
War Cannon
WWI Memorial Eagle
Rose Garden
Emerald City Playground
Fishing Pond Shaped like a Whale
Gazebo / Bandstand
17-ton Boulder from John Winter’s Farm
Children’s Train & Depot
Statues, “Art” and “Science” from 1893 Columbian Exposition
Native Boulder Bird Fountain
Wamego Area Veterans Memorial
20’ Native Stone Fence
Shelter House
Jack Deweese Memorial Boulder
Tree Trunk Racoon Carvings
300+ Trees

Columbian Theatre & OZ Museum

While visiting Wamego, please stop by our world reknowned Columbian Theatre and the OZ Museum. Both are located downtown Wamego.






Be transported to the yellow brick road at the Oz Museum in Wamego. Guests will start their journey in the sepia-toned Auntie Em’s Gift Shop; pass through the screen door and into the technicolor world of Oz. Follow the path of the yellow brick road throughout the museum and view over 100 years of Oz history. Rare OZ artifacts such as original MGM 1939 movie production notes and props from the Broadway musical Wicked are also on display.

HOURS: Mon - Sat: 10:00am to 5:00pm /  Sunday: 12:00pm to 5:00pm

Adults (13 and up) $9.00 / Children (ages 3-12) $7.00
Military Discount:
Adults (ages 13 and up) $7.00 / Children (ages 4-12) $5.00





General Information, Sponsors & Volunteering

Presented by Wamego Area Chamber of Commerce

For additional information or to inquire about volunteering at our event contact the Events Coordinator:  Kara Holle at 785-456-7849 or

Thank you to our 2022 Tulip Festival Sponsors!


Tulip Festival Tulips

Timing is everything and if we are blessed with tulips blooming at the same time as our festival, you can enjoy these brilliant flowers by the Historic Museum and Prairie Town Village, which includes the Schonhoff Dutch Mill.  Also, tulips are found throughout the Wamego City Park, downtown Wamego, near the Wamego Public Library, Railroad Park and Welcome to Wamego sign at the Corner of Hwy 99 & Hwy 24.


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