My wife for some reason became interested in buying a cow from the Netherlands this last holiday. So we decided that a visit to the Cow Museum would be a good idea, and as it opened at 11am, would leave us plenty of time to visit other places. We arrived around 11:30 in the morning and discovered that it was closed.
We had to wait for 2 hours, before it opened, which given it was lunchtime, was a good excuse to find a restaurant close by.
Entering the moo-seum, it quickly becomes clear that this is an interesting hybrid of moo-seum and shop. Overall the shop has a good variety of cows, although they're not all clearly marked as to what is for sale and what isn't. And their prices when they became known, moo-ved us in the direction of the exit.
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