Paleis Het Loo, Apeldoorn
Categories: Gardens, Nature & Parks
Constructed by King William of Orange and Mary of England, Paleis Het Loo represents the family residence of a well-known royal line. Originally constructed in the late 17th century, the palace boasts Baroque architecture, extensive grounds, and a spacious garden in the rear. Visit the complex and join a guided tour, which requires a reservation, or simply follow the self-guided tour laid out by the museum's visitor guide. You'll view many personal articles and decorative items belonging to the House of Orange-Nassau adorning the interior of the buildings--they amount to some 160,000 objects, ranging from paintings and sculptures to personal photographs and clothes. Afterwards, kick back with a drink or a snack at one of the on-site terraced restaurants. Use our Apeldoorn holiday planner to add Paleis Het Loo and other attractions to your Apeldoorn vacation plans.
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Het Paleis het Loo is in elk jaargetijde een bezoek waard. In de zijvleugel is vaak een wisseltentoonstelling te zien. In het hoofdbezoek staan de Oranjes centraal. De tuin is een plaatje en daar kunn... read more »The Palace het Loo is worth a visit at any time of the year. In the side wing is often a temporary exhibition. In the main visit are the Orange Central. The garden is a picture and there can be made beautiful pictures. Through a gate at the end of the Garden may lag behind walking park in. Here you will find a bathroom of Wilhelmina and many springs and ponds. A visit to the Palace is a must and take the time for at least 4 to 5 hours.show original
Glorious Palace to visit from the middle ages famous for its garden which attracts the visitors from all over the world.
Great location from Apeldoorn. Easy to get around onsite. Beautiful grounds. Excellent displays and historical stories.
Absolutely a place worth visiting even with younger kids. We had a lot of fun doing the treasure hunts together with our kids.
I loved it. Great for all ages. A truly unique and special place.
Gardens are beautiful after all the work!
The palace inside is quite beautiful, much as you'd expect from a royal palace. For those interested in royal history, it's definitely worth visiting. There is a large garden, which is impressive, although it's difficult to appreciate on a day when the weather is bad, as it was when I visited. Nonetheless, an enjoyable day out.
Robert van den Boom
Beautiful place showing the history of the dutch Royal family.
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