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Nederlands Openluchtmuseum

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Nederlands Openluchtmuseum

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Hoeferlaan 4, 6816 SG Arnhem The Netherlands
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Price per group of 2-6 people. Within 2 hours the Qula Arnhem City Trail will guide you along the best spots in Arnhem, while playing fun riddles and assignments on your smartphone. Try to set a top score with family or friends and explore the city. There are no fixed starting times or reservations, you pick your own day and time. The Trail is available 24/7 and there is no time limit - you can start, pause and stop whenever it suits you! It's offered in multiple languages (Eng, Ger, Fr, Ned, Sp, It and more). The Qula City Trail is great fun and the most affordable outing for families and groups of friends.<br><br>How does it work?<br>With your booking, you will receive an e-mail with instructions on how to play the Trail on your smartphone. Android or IPhone compatible. Once at the starting point, you begin your quest through the city, it's that easy!
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Olivia W wrote a review Nov 11
Saginaw, Michigan17 contributions10 helpful votes
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I am an American who went to visit my Dutch boyfriend. We spent a day at this museum and it was wonderful! It helped me gain a lot of insight into Dutch history & culture during different time periods. The only downside to the visit is that some features were closed due to COVID-19 and the windmill was closed on the inside for maintenance so we were unable to go inside it. I recommend that you set aside most of a day for this museum, especially if you want to see everything.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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schliek wrote a review Oct 2020
Goes, The Netherlands2,049 contributions224 helpful votes
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Hi guys. I can honestly say this museum was the highlight of my birthday party. It is a living museum showing the history of Dutch farming, craftsmen and lots more besides. The majority of the buildings are original and have been relocated to this place from their original sites throughout the country, some of which were over 100years old. There was so much to see and do, lots of beautiful windmills A classic Chinese restaurant. A brewey. An old style tram (that covers the area) was available to go around the place if you didn't want to walk. Nice sitting areas. Food, french fries, drinks, beer and soft drinks, tea, coffee. To help disabled they have mobility scooters. A kindergarten. My grandchildren liked it a lot. The usual shop as you leave has many interesting things to buy an not too pricey. A really good place for young and old to visit. We loved it. And we are old farts regards schliek
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Date of experience: July 2020
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Live your dream wrote a review Sep 2020
Tilburg, The Netherlands17 contributions3 helpful votes
It is very nice musea, old style houses, mills, farms of various parts of Holland. Especially the ‘Indisch Achtererf’ telling the story of also my family which had to leave indie ( now Indonesia) after the 50’s. Changing there motherland for Holland. Would be nice if this part also sold Indisch food, risolles, lumpia , bapao, nasi/ bami goreng, Soto, emping, sambal, saté. So really back in time in the kitchen of your home/ family - negative points Restaurants, only pan cakes, sandwiches. But average, very nice musea, cheap and trip nostalgic in Holland
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Date of experience: September 2020
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Steven wrote a review Aug 2020
Rotterdam, The Netherlands176 contributions12 helpful votes
I was familiar with my own countries history but this display outside and inside surprised me positively. The tram was fun off course, especially because they have operated in Rotterdam! Easy walking also along the park when visiting the different houses and farms. Absolutely a days worth spend!!
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Date of experience: August 2020
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Courts_11 wrote a review Aug 2020
London, United Kingdom12 contributions14 helpful votes
There are no aircraft at this museum. Terribly disappointed. Avoid if you are interested in planes and want to see planes. It’s no good going here if you expect planes, or any other kind of aircraft.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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