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Veenpark, Barger-Compascuum

(4.3/5 based on 65+ reviews on the web)
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  • It is a teachable park close to Emmen. You can walk around all day but also a piece with a small boat and steam train. The only thing I found is that they are allowed to keep something better at the cottages. the cobwebs away and occasionally substances. For the rest a very nice park. There is also a Harmonium museum at. also very interesting For children, there is quite a large playground. Bought delicious cakes at the bakery.
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  • If you want to learn something about how it used to be in terms of living, design, life, and peat, then this is definitely the place where you need to be. Beautiful and spacious park where you can see and learn much about before. My daughter has seen and learned a lot, and was amazed at how, for example, they used to go to the bathroom had to (optional at a house), or how there used to be washed and how the school looked like. Certainly in modern times a must not to lose. In each House, and has a different design. My parents (69 years) were more likely the oh yeah feeling. So for young and old sure what to do. To the peat to see you sticking with the little train. Then you get the explanation. Tip: take the little train around the village and get off at the mill (2nd stop). This allows you to reverse the village's beautiful in and passing easier around.
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  • The park is what dated, here and there have had maintenance. Nevertheless, it was a nice, interesting park, where you can see how the people lived in that time. Only the clog maker was there to explain, there was no one present at the mill, blacksmith etc. Think there in the school holidays more is done to explanation. Free parking. The restaurant was, what is good. Friendly staff.
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  • Pretty good, allemaal oude huizen enzo
  • Awesome! I really enjoyed the building with all the old machinery. Kids enjoyed the whole experience including trains and boat rides.
  • Good old little Linnet expired here and there but as it was 100 years ago!
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  • The park gives a good idea of the everyday living of the Drentse peat workers in the period 1860-1935.
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  • Beautiful place
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