A day out that offers you something extra
A day out that offers you something extra. You can be sure that all your guests will be enthusiastic about a visit to the Netherlands Open Air Museum! Young and old alike will enjoy a day full of memories in one of our country’s most popular museums.
The Netherlands Open Air Museum is where the past comes to life. Special encounters, smells, images and stories arouse unforgettable memories. Time may stand still within its grounds, but the museum itself is constantly changing. Your guests will have a chance to share their memories in a ‘starter home’ from the 1970s. They will also meet a farmer’s wife cooking a meal on her coal-fired stove. In the brewery, the brewer will talk passionately about his wonderful old craft and will also let you try a sip.
At the Open Air Museum you will enjoy a fabulous day out in a beautiful park – your visit will never disappoint. The historic tram will transport you and your guests, warm and dry, around the park. And, in the event of wet weather, the HollandRama ‘memory machine’ and exhibitions about collections (Spaarstation Dingenliefde), traditional Dutch costumes (Een Bonte Stoet) and transport company Van Gend & Loos, amongst other things, will fascinate your guests until the sun comes out again.
The museum is open daily from 29 March to 27 October 2013 the museum will be open daily from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.. Over the Christmas period, the museum is also open in winter. At this time of year, you will find a large skating rink and a special winter route through the park.
Various old trams run around the Open Air Museum, serving our five stops. It is free to ride on the tram. One of the trams even has a special wheelchair-friendly compartment. Wheelchair lifts are available at the tram stops and our staff will be happy to help you get on and off the tram.
Guided tours for groups made up of a maximum of 20 people cost € 50,-. Please make sure to book your guided tour at least three weeks before the date of your visit. The tours can be given in different languages and based around different themes. Please inform us of the language you require or the theme that you would like when making your booking.
A car park is provided for private cars and buses directly in front of the entrance. A parking space for a private car costs € 5.00. Parking for buses is free.
Admission prices (20 people or more)
Disabled visitors who would be unable to visit the museum without a carer pay the normal admission price but their carers are not charged admission.
Postbus 649, NL-6800 AP, Arnhem
Telephone: 0031 (0)26 357 61 23 Fax: 0031 (0)26 357 61 33