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George Maduroplein 1, 2584 RZ, The Hague The Netherlands
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Den Haag CentraalRotterdam Metro35 min
Laan van NOIRotterdam Metro48 min
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Walking Audio Tour of the Historical Heart of The Hague
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Walking Audio Tour of the Historical Heart of The Hague

On this self-guided GPS audio tour you'll see the beautiful old city centre, where kings reign and some of the world's most famous art is displayed. We'll begin our journey at the Mauritshuis and find out how The Hague grew from a small settlement to the centre of political power in the Netherlands, and end the tour with a stroll along the country's most famous avenue. <br><br>Along the way, we'll stop by a square that was the site of many executions, a notorious former prison, and I'll point out the best fish-shack in town. The Hague forms a rich part of the Netherlands' history and the characters that people it. Join me to uncover some of these people and their stories.<br><br>The tour is ready whenever you are and the audio plays automatically at exactly the right time and place using your smartphone's GPS and the VoiceMap mobile app, which also works offline.
$5.26 per adult
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Minu Vineder wrote a review Oct 5
Amstelveen, The Netherlands6 contributions
See the whole Netherlands in an hour.. The place is specially good for kids and extended families who are staying for a short time in the low country. The mini Schiphol airport is the best attraction here
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Date of experience: December 2019
sophie_m wrote a review Sep 2020
7 contributions1 helpful vote
If you have a couple of hours to spare, this is lovely on a sunny day. I was impressed by the level of detail and there were things to do as well as see.
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Date of experience: September 2020
Qiong wrote a review Sep 2020
16 contributions
Very beautiful and interesting place to visit 👍🏻 we had a beautiful day there . Also it’s very friendly to kids , many places for kids to play and some small games ❤️ the whole tour is around 3 hours , also with beautiful gift shop inside . 漂亮精致的微缩城市,处处都有很多有趣的小细节,值得花时间去慢慢发现。很多建筑是可以投币进行互动的。比如可以投币买各式各样的小纪念品,也有免费的可以体验的小游戏,很适合带着小朋友去玩。很多有趣的小朋友的娱乐设施,都是比较益智类的游戏,值得一去!
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Date of experience: September 2020
Zoe L wrote a review Jul 2020
Amsterdam, The Netherlands99 contributions66 helpful votes
Madurodam is a charming place, with many town squares and significant buildings of the Netherlands in a miniature scale. There are playgrounds for the kids and some live attractions, plus some of the areas have interactive elements (for example, putting in 1 Euro at the tiny clog factory will result in a tiny pair of ceramic clogs popping out of the factory and into a tiny truck which drives by so you can collect them as a souvenir). That is the charming part. On a critical note, the entrance fee is quite high, and refreshments are extremely expensive (which they can get away with, as there is nothing else around and you can't come in and out). The queues for the live performances are very long, stretching to well over 45 minutes, so prepare for some very boring waiting around in the hot sun for a 6 minute show. Social distancing is difficult to enforce and the park running at lower capacity doesn't seem to have had much of an impact on crowding/queueing. Some of the displays are showing signs of wear. Overall, it was fun for a couple of hours but both the tickets and refreshments were very expensive and I would not highly recommend it. Perhaps worth it if you book online through Tiqets or with a discount code, and bring your own drinks and snacks.
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Date of experience: July 2020
Margot C wrote a review Jul 2020
170 contributions60 helpful votes
We visited Madurodam on a nice summer day and reserved tickets on the website with entry time around 14:00 hrs. Because of the fact that it is necessary to buy tickets for a certain entry time, we had expected that the crowd would be regulated so that the parc would not be too busy. However, unfortunately, Madurodam was packed! It was impossible to keep 1.5 m distance and the directions of the walkways were unclear, leading to people using the small paths for both directions. None of the parc staff seemed to be bothered about this. The park itself is lovely; but some of the displays are old and need maintenance. Our teenage sons liked the visit, although there are too many small kids running around and there is not much to do for older kids; most activities are for kids up to 12 years old only.
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Date of experience: July 2020
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