Nederlands Bakkerij Museum, Hattem

(4.1/5 based on 45 reviews on the web)
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  • In the summer vacation. When we came in, they were just started a bakers show how I bake speculoos. Was really nice brought especially for the younger children. Nice to see how the cookies in the right forms were brought. Then walked back by the museum. Half way should our son also still own a cookie which was then baked. Also this was fun again. Also useful that there is a treasure hunt in the museum. This ensures that the children are not quickly bored. Funny too that the museum contains two buildings and that you are under way through from one in the other building. In the meantime, we still have a delicious cake, cake and drinks enjoyed in the restaurant of the museum. The museum is not big but cozy. Also it was not very busy so you could walk everywhere easily around. After getting the cookies we are even further by also a very cosy villages is what Hattem walked.
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  • What a nice museum is this. Actually not a real museum but rather a working old bakery. For the children there was the home made biscuits under the direction of a very Merry, comical but especially nice bakery. Our grandchildren enjoyed really. Make your own cookie and then rebuilding its sleeves with your name on it. There was also a quest through the whole bakery, search for the bread goblins, letter and Word. Then back to the bakers shop and win some goodies. Also a nice cup of coffee with home-made URappeltaart/krakeling/enz.enz. is highly recommended. Staff runs in costumes. In short, a really nice afternoon for old and young. A real winner. Apart compliment the staff deserves, in a Word, really fantastic customer/kindgericht.
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  • The bakery museum offers a look at the bakers world from earlier times. The history of bread is extended told on information boards. Many bakers have sometimes exhibited items recognition. Entrance fee for money is, in my view, on the high side. Too bad the hospitality industry at the time of my visit to the museum for over (15.00 h) before closing time of the museum was closed.
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