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Eisinga Planetarium, Franeker

(4.8/5 based on 180 reviews on the web)
Eisinga Planetarium is located in Franeker. To visit Eisinga Planetarium on your holiday in Franeker, and find out what else Franeker has to offer, use our Franeker vacation route planner.
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  • Nice museum, where you can learn many d.m.v. interactive quiz questions bv. House portion still in original state. Enthusiastically explained by shaping to receive visitors already two centuries ago. Movies for clarification. good brasserietje up against it. Middle in franeker. Good parking in front with neat parking prices.
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  • Nice outing, even if you're not interested in astronomy. Impressive to see how Eise Eisinga planetarium has this in his spare time.
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  • There was plenty of parking when we visited the Museum in January 2017. It turned out to be a very small opportunity (although I heard they recently had extensive) of which a large space was closed due to renovation. The planetarium room is funny and the corresponding explanation is short enough to not be boring. A few other rooms are still more or less in original form and the remaining space is decorated with teaching material for school youth. If you are here as an adult can spend 45 minutes (including the explanation in the planetarium room) then that much. In the light of the bobenstaande is the entrance fee of 5 euros per person on the hefty side. The catering area is what to dominating in the whole. It would be much more sympathetic to the small museum at free access to be used after cooking a consumption. This brings it back to the correct proportion.
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  • Amazing. He must have been a brilliant mathmatician and craftsman.
  • Must visit if you are in the area. You will be impressed.
  • Terrific! One of the most interesting place I have ever seen in my whole life! Super recommended!!!
  • This is a great little stop, located in a small Frisian city, to learn about a scientifically- and mathematically-minded wool carder who, in his spare time, built an amazingly complex mechanism showing the current position of planets and the moon in the ceiling of his living room. After touring the house of this local star, visit the planetariumcafé to have some delicious ("lekker") apple pie ("appelgebak").
  • Fascinating and well worth a detour to see