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This museum is over two floors and entrance is free. It explains the history of the introduction of bulbs to Europe and their subsequent development. Science, art and history are brought together in a very informative and interactive way. Since it is in the same...More
Small museum with items and information about the history of bulb culture and the modern ways of cultivating. Original decorated room of a former bulb trader are as well part of the exhibition as a collection of hyacinth vases and many paintings of tulips. There...More
This museum offers you the understanding about tulip flower bulbs culture thru' interactive mode and also there is an audio visual played in the background to make you understand about tulip plantation process as a whole. Its an interactive exhibition which complete family can enjoy.
After our visit to Keukenhof we just had to pop into this little museum in Lisse which contains a 17 metre long time line of Dutch flower bulb history including the mystery of the black tulip (a black tulip is actually not possible, but combining...More
I am sure this is a very interesting museum if you can read Dutch. Otherwise, it is frustrating. The audio guide in English only covers a few items and is not very helpful. For instance, the on entry on tulip history describes the craze for...More
Quite a small museum, but with an interesting special about wallpaper with flower design.
Also the history of flowerbulb growing in Holland.
Not much for children though.
Well worth the time if you are in Lisse.
Whenever we have to entertain friends, family from overseas, or someone interested in Lisse and region, we always include The Zwarte Tulp, d'Ever, and a coffee or lunch at the Vierkant, downtown Lisse and marvel the slightly damaged Libanon Cedertree where a big branch was...More