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Super leuk voor een dagje uit. Je kunt er met een ouderwetse trein, en een platte boot. Daarnaast wordt er laten zien hoe er vroeger turf gewonnen werd zeer interressant. Daarnaast is er in de diversi... read more »Super fun for a day out. You can with an old-fashioned train, and a flat boat. In addition, we show how there used to be peat was won very interresting. In addition, the diversion cottages to see how there used to be a place were people live. Fun and educational to see for young and old. We were with a very mixed company from 17 to 60 years. And everyone has the very to his/her.show original
Met je entreekaart krijg je 2 verschillende treinreisjes en een boottocht. De eerste trein rijdt rond op het terrein met o.a. traditionele woningen, molen en smederij. De tweede trein gaat buiten het ... read more »With your ticket you get 2 different train trips and a boat trip. The first train rides around on site with traditional houses, mill and forge. The second train goes off site right through a beautiful nature reserve with a stop where you leave and extended explanation about the former peat excavation. The boat sails through various channels on site with further explanation.show original
Zeer leuk om een feest te houden. We hadden erg mooi weer gelukkig en konden na de trein en dienst heerlijk met iedereen buiten op het terras zitten. Het eten wat geregeld was(bbq) was goed voor elkaa... read more »Very nice to have a party. We had very good weather, happy and wonderful service with everyone after the train and could sit out on the terrace. Eating what was arranged (bbq) was good for each other. The feast in the great Hall is a very beautiful space to give a big party for all large groups. All together super for each other.show original
Edison L. Gomes
Awesome! I really enjoyed the building with all the old machinery. Kids enjoyed the whole experience including trains and boat rides.
Jelle de VriesNice park, nice to be back in the time to go. Especially the little train in the peat area was very beautiful in the summershow original
Marc van HaagWorth having seen. You can imagine yourself really go back in time.show original
Jesse NijboerVery very nice!show original
Marco RoepersAn attractive open air museum in which the memory of life in the peat colonies between roughly 1850 and 1950 is kept alive. The park consists of a number of parts: the Aole Compas in Barger Compascuum in that the life of the mining time depicts the sod huts and old small ontginners Church, Bargermond, the peat colony from the first half of the 20th century with grocery store, sawmill, forge, mill and bakery. and the nature reserve where the peat is brought into the picture. To the two villages is a steam tram on narrow gauge such as the DSM/EDS also the peat colonies once unlocked. By the bog is a narrow gauge train. Between the Bargermond and the nature reserve are the reconstructed turfstrooisel factory and the national potato starch factory, the Harmonium museum whose particular collection fits very well in the portrait of the Villa park. The instruments are not only to view but are also often the theme which the download variety of harmonium stands out. On Boxing Day is all dressed up and even more attractive and there are several to get tractaties. Really a must.show original
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