Events, performances and demonstrations are organised at the Open Air Museum throughout the year. The current daily programme will be shown on the map that you will receive when you visit. You can take a look at the events we have planned here.
Most certainly! We have around forty historic buildings that you can also enter to see from the inside. The historic tram will transport you, warm and dry, around the extensive park. You can also spend hours under cover looking at the presentation in the Van Gend & Loos goods shed, watching our play in the farmhouse from Beerta and exploring the museum’s repository ‘Spaarstation Dingenliefde’. So there is plenty to do, even if the weather stays wet for a while.
It certainly is! All over the museum children can lend a helping hand, try things out and have a great time climbing and playing. You can find out about all the fun activities available for children here.
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Card payments are accepted in all catering outlets and shops. You can also withdraw cash at the Zus en Jet shop.
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Yes, your dog is welcome in the museum park and in most of the historic buildings, provided it is kept on a lead. Dogs are not permitted in the catering outlets or exhibition areas. Please ensure you clean up after your dog.
Yes, there are lockers available in the Canon Building.
Yes, a number of wheelchairs are available for hire from the car park. These work using a coin system. You will need to insert a € 1 coin as a deposit, which you will get back when you return the wheelchair. These wheelchairs cannot be reserved. Find out about all the options and special routes for disabled visitors.