Well it's a train station. I'm not sure why anyone would consider it an attraction or make a special trip there, but I visited a number of times and it's popped up on screen so I'll review it. Yes as train stations go it's architecturally fun but then so are so many buildings in the Netherlands. Supposedly it has the biggest LED screen in Europe but this wasn't working when we were there. Strangely you have to pass through the ticket barriers to get to the shops inside, I'm not sure if they expected you to pay for the privilege or not - they happened to be open this weekend. Even the baggage lockers are within the "ticketed" area, unlike every other station in Europe. Good toilets upstairs although a stupidly small corridor/gate to get into them so it takes ages (50c charge).
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