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Wat een leuk museum. Ik had me iets heel anders voorgesteld en werd dan ook echt verrast. Prachtige klokken uit Azië in de ene hal, dan loop je naar de volgende die gewijd is aan het klokgieten. Weer ... more »What a nice museum. I had suggested me something completely different and was really surprised. Beautiful clocks from Asia in one Hall, then you run to the next that is dedicated to clock casting. Another hall shows inside use of bells. Really fun and educational for everyone. Outside there is a toad pool, herb garden and name it everything looks out to by a ring. And then there's the room Peel which, also for children, shows what all of flora and fauna.View original
Zeer de moeite waard om te bezoeken als je in de buurt bent, maar ook de moeite waard om er een reis voor te maken. Er wordt heel goed en op een interessante manier zichtbaar gemaakt hoe klokken werke... more »Well worth a visit if you're in the area, but also worth a trip for. There is very good and made visible in an interesting way how clocks work and how they are made. In addition, there are also clocks, also very nicely presented. The ' Peel ' section I found something less, but definitely worth it.View original
I was here on a Sunday afternoon with my grandson to show him the different bells from all over the world. There is also a explanation of how those bells are made. It is not boring for children. There... more »
Jacques de GroenVery nice museum with many interactive elements. I now even where the clapper hangs when I hear the clock read!View original
Jasper SmuldersBeen there when it was very quiet. Explanation of the volunteers. Nice to also own a bit to discover the technique of beiaards and pendulum clocks. Peel museum volatile enjoying the results.View original
Jeroen BrosensAnnual pass is cheaper than one-off entrance fee for a family. Take that, children within it very much to return to. Offer may get more background information for adults to be more interesting.View original
N stegers18 January. I have visited the museum together with my daughter. Very worth it. I'll definitely back. We have enjoyed and listened with interest to the explanation that the volunteer has given us this unsolicited Wednesday afternoon. We want to thank this enthusiastic man (his name I don't know), but that will be familiar to you.View original
H.G. LammertinkNice small-scale museum. About user clocks, clocks casting and nature in the Peel. Attractive lineups and Walker friendly. As an adult, also with a super large "4 in a row" played. Also a nice museum for kids.View original
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