Want to enjoy together with the family? Then the surroundings of Resort Veluwemeer are great! There's so much to do, that you can get out there every day! Check out the possibilities!
This indoor playground is ideal for when the weather is poor. Children can climb and clamber all day long, and the elderly will enjoy themselves with the many books and magazines that are available.
The sand sculpture festival in Garderen is a feast every year. For young and old a nice sight to see. Every year there is a different theme sand sculptures, from April to October, to admire!
This is where you can admire a world famous collection of art, predominantly from the 19th and 20th centuries. Plan your visit! © All photos courtesy of the Kröller-Müller Museum.
The world's first underground museum takes you deeper and deeper into the ground. Along the way you will encounter a lot, such as the root system of a 135 year old tree, bones of animals that have sometimes been extinct for thousands of years. Plan your visit!
Treasure Island Zeumeren is the largest indoor adventure paradise in the Netherlands. Go on a voyage of discovery together with the captain! What could be more fun than finding your own gold in the water, being made up by a pirate and going along with treasure hunts?
The Historical Collection of the Field Artillery Corps, also known as "the Artillery Museum", gives a striking picture of the history of the Artillery Coat of Arms and, in particular, the oldest corps in the Royal Netherlands Army.
The dairy farm is definitely worth a visit. Between 13.30 and 15.00 it is even possible to watch during milking! For the whole family a nice way to take a look at the farmer.
The Julianatoren is a cosy, safe and organized amusement park. The amusement park, with more than 60 crazy rides, offers a great day out for families with children from 2 to 12 years old.
At Kok Experience Harderwijk there is a lot to do for the whole family: indoor play paradise, laser gaming, cinema and a restaurant. The formula to do something fun with a day of bad weather!
Palace Het Loo is situated on the outer edge of Apeldoorn. This former Royal Palace has been open to the public as a museum since 1984. Discover the rich history! The picture of 'Paleis Het Loo' was made around 1960 by H. Stokhuyzen.
One of the world's largest indoor sand projects. With around 4000 m3 of sand, dozens of lock gates, 1000-year-old olive trees, botters and sculptures, the stories of our culture of bibles and botters come about.
Just at the edge of the forest near Nunspeet is the Stakenberg playing field with play equipment, cable cars, swings, family swings and football goals. Plus a nice watchtower with a beautiful view!