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We enjoyed our two hours here looking at the little houses and artefacts. The vets house appealed to us with the various instruments for dealing with animals. The Jewish butchers house was also interesting. We could park immediately outside the museum. The cafe was good...More
This is the Groningen take on life of about 100 years ago. Although there are about 20 buildings open to look around, it is noticeable that it is on a much smaller scale than (say) Enkhuizen. None the less, we had an enjoyable visit and...More
In the Netherlands a number of open air museums can be found, celebrating Dutch heritage. The "Zaanse Schans" has the highest profile, but I am sorry to say that this museum has become, in my opinion, a sort of tourist trap. But the Netherlands offers...More
I travel to the Netherlands often and this was the most exciting trip I had. The open air museum is an excellent way to see the lifestyle of my ancestors. I was totally excited to finally see the schoolhouse where my grandmother attended as a...More
Fantastic mild NL spring weather meant we could explore all the exhibits. Beautiful gardens & displays. Set up for locals more than international tourists. Really worth a visit. Take tram around whole site first to get an overview. Left feeling fulfilled but definitely left enough...More
This open air museum provides an excellent opportunity to see all the history of Netherlands. It covers a wide array of everything that says Holland or Netherlands, including old to newer housing, gardens, businesses, shopping opportunities for unique food items and even some live performance...More
It is an easy train ride from Groningen and well worth the trip. The town itself is lovely with many well maintained big old beautiful houses. It is surrounded by farm land as far as they eye can see, crossed by the ubiquitous canals. Also...More