What could be more magical than a massive field lined with tulips and surrounded by mountain views? That scenery is definitely hard to beat. Well lucky for you, your Instagram dreams are going to become a reality this spring. You can swing over a breathtaking 20-acre field in Canada next month filled with 6.5 million tulips. This is sure to be the prettiest part of the spring season.\nREAD ALSO: Canada Has One Of The Best Wine Regions In The Entire World\nChilliwack Tulip Festival just announced their opening dates for the season today on Thursday, March 28 and we could not be more excited! This epic festival will make its return on April 10, 2019, and run all the way until May 5, 2019, with the possibility for an extended opening past that date depending on whether the flowers are still in bloom.\nREAD ALSO: These Massive Tulip Fields Near Vancouver Are Worth A Road Trip This Spring\nThe festival is located just an hour from Vancouver, BC, and is always a hit among locals and visitors. You definitely do not want to miss your chance to get one of, if not the, prettiest swing views you've ever seen!\nNot only has the festival finally revealed their opening dates, but they have also released tickets! You can now secure your spot and buy your ticket to the festival online on their website.\nView this post on Instagram 🌷 . . . . . #photography #portrait #nature #tulips #spring #flowerfield #explore #travel #wanderlust #lifeofadventure #kinfolk #stayandwander #wildernessculture #agameoftones #artofvisuals #explorebc #pnwonderland #explorecanada #roamtheplanet #adventure #pnw #vancouver #tulipsofthevalley #tulipfestival #thefraservalley #chilliwack #beautifuldestinations #dailyhivevan #curiocityvancouver #bcisbeautiful A post shared by Sundeep Bhullar (@sundeepbhullar) on May 13, 2018 at 2:29pm PDT\nThe Chilliwack Tulip Festival is the oldest and biggest tulip festival in all of Western Canada! The tulip fields are home to a whopping 6.5 million tulips and over 30 different varieties of the flower.\nOn top of this, they also have three acres of speciality double daffodils in several varieties and another two acres of hyacinths, in 10 varieties. In other words, this place is a magical dream come true.\nREAD ALSO: The Largest Mac And Cheese Festival Ever Is Coming To Vancouver This Summer\nNeed further proof of how magical this place is? Just check out all the photos and you'll definitely be convinced afterwards!\nView this post on Instagram Crashing into you A post shared by Alessandra Antunes (@alessandraantunes) on May 14, 2018 at 8:12pm PDT\nView this post on Instagram Tu-lips are better than one...in this case a whole field of them🌷• @tulipsofthevalley __ Happy Mother's Day weekend! Even though Tulips of the Valley (Chiliwack) is closed, you can catch the last 2 days of @abbotsfordtulipfestival today and tomorrow! __ Hopefully they will have this swing back up for next year :) __ Tag a ⬇️ friend who needs to catch the last weekend of tulips ⬇️ #vancouverfoodie #tulipsofthevalley #tulips #abbotsfordtulipfestival #hellobc #thingstodo #motherdaysweekend A post shared by Emma Choo • Food + Travel (@vancouverfoodie) on May 12, 2018 at 3:02pm PDT\nView this post on Instagram On our way home @tysonwatt asked me if I was going to drag him back to the #TulipFestival this spring, luckily I have 100+ photos I have yet to post, so I think he is off the hook. I am really looking forward to some spring weather tho 🌷 A post shared by Jaemie Sures | Vancouver BC (@jaemiesures) on Mar 17, 2019 at 10:38pm PDT\nView this post on Instagram I love you guys and I hope you enjoy these flower fields as much as I did 🌷🌷🌷#tuliptakeover @tulipsofthevalley A post shared by Natasha Galisheff (@natasha_galisheff) on May 7, 2018 at 7:40pm PDT\nIf you want to see the flowers in full bloom, the Chilliwack Tulip Festival recommends visiting after April 18. If you can't wait until then, the festival opens on April 10 and is offering discounted tickets during the early bloom.\nREAD ALSO: Vancouver’s Oceanfront Turquoise Swimming Pool Is Opening This Spring\nTickets cost $7 for adults until April 18 and increase to $10 after on April 19 for the rest of the season. If one tulip visit isn't enough, you can also get a full season pass for $45.\firstname.lastname@example.org via\nThe Chilliwack Tulip Festival is located at 41310 Yale Road in Chilliwack, BC. It is only around an hour drive from Vancouver on Highway 1. There is also free parking available on site.\nThe festival continues to be a huge success every year. "People have been pouring in from as far away as South Asia and Europe as well as closer to home from the US, Alberta and the Okanagan, just to get a glimpse of our terrain of tulips," says Chilliwack Tulip Festival on their website.\nTo find out more about the Chilliwack Tulip Festival or to buy tickets, you can visit their website.