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Nijntje Museum

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Nick_Robert wrote a review Dec 2019
Geldermalsen, The Netherlands4 contributions3 helpful votes
Really excellent place with a very nice athmos. The children loved it. I went there with my two daughters. The elder (3 years old) liked all the interactive elements, while the younger (1 year) was really happy about all the cheerful colors and figures in the museum.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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Marlies wrote a review Nov 2019
Purmerend, The Netherlands66 contributions8 helpful votes
It was fun to see but the title museum a bit misplaced. (And confusing) Ofcouse I expexted the museum to be child focussed but I had hoped for some information about Dick Bruna himself and maybe some old sketches etc... Nevertheless we had fun walking around.
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Date of experience: November 2019
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FlexUser wrote a review Nov 2019
Hengelo, The Netherlands213 contributions13 helpful votes
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The organization says it is a museum. I wouldn't call it a museum because the real musea are often dull places where historical stuff is shown and visiting those places with little children is a nightmare. The place is one large playground spread out over a dozen rooms all decorated with a theme. Children till, I guess, 7-8 will enjoy it very much and don't want to leave, want to stay and keep playing. Text on the walls, in 3 languages, is for the parents, children either don't understand or want to listen to the text or explanation. The three best rooms, to my family, are the household (2nd room), the nursery and the traffic room which is upstairs. There is an elevator to help visitors with strollers. It is operating on gravity force or breathing as it goes so slow. We used the p&r science park with free bus rides 28 and 2 to go to the museum. Plan 3/4 of an hour to get from parking spot to Nijntjes museum. Parking inclusive bus for 5 persons is 5 euro.
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Date of experience: November 2019
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Emily M wrote a review Oct 2019
Leiden, The Netherlands306 contributions110 helpful votes
This really is a fantastic children’s museum. My almost-four year old was fully engaged for a good 2.5 hours, and would have happily stayed longer. Very appropriate and thoughtfully designed for young children, ideally maybe ages 3-5.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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James V wrote a review Oct 2019
T72 contributions39 helpful votes
After enjoying the main museum directly across the street, we went over to see the Miffy Museum. It is delightful for young children, and despite not having our own, we enjoyed the creativity of the play museum that entertains young families
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Date of experience: September 2019
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