Museumpark Orientalis, Heilig Landstichting
(3.4/5 based on 35+ reviews on the web)
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  • Visited in October. Entrance rate is the same, only park makes poor impression. Information is interesting however, entertainment 0. Advice: give steep discount or do the park/museum close. This was a mockery
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  • Undervalued park with lots of attention to the 3 world religions: Judaism, Christianity and Islam. a revelation and also the Roman plaza with the cafe was a revelation, great food, very pleasant and friendly service at attractive prices.
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  • A brisk walk through the beautiful park with old trees, rhododendrons and planted olive trees and fig trees. The starting point is still the Christianity: no koran to be seen in the museum shop for example. But one does its best to create atmosphere and enquire in all places. The Bedouin camp will there be what loser in comparison with the Roman Street and the Jewish village. At the caravanserai, we find a sympathetic Syrian student and in the Arab village that a Somali tea. I hope they they are not out there self-satisfaction: paid ... This museum deserves a financial injection and a Board with knowledge and appreciation of all three religions.
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  • A beautiful Park with an interesting set of recreated buildings... if it only weren't for the spiritual underpinnings.
  • Tonight my girl and I ate at this restaurant. We'd been there before a couple of times, and as usual, the atmosphere and surroundings are just great! They have a quite large restaurant. The interior is a mix of both classic and modern style, done in a very nice way. I assure you, you'll immediatly feel at home here. Attached to the restaurant is a nice (warmed if necessary) terrace with a beautiful view on the playing grounds and the forest. Even in winter, you'll enjoy sitting outside. The meals they serve differ from little lunches to the most "overdone" buffets and dishes. Personally I prefer a rather simple meal and it must be said, this comes with a more than fair prize. Special wishes? Just tell the cook, he can make virtually anything! Besides being a restaurant, they also offer the opportunity to celebrate your birthday, or just feast away in a special (slightly remote) location. This is also worth mentioning very much! Overall, I would just like to say that you just HAVE to visit this restaurant, at least once in your life! Bon Appetit!
  • You have to love it.
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  • Museum is lost his identity, the fishing village is now an Arab village and there are Extras instead of refugees. That form eden groups that were not understood, as I do with my wife passed they were silent and stared at us after this felt extremely uncomfortable and not welcome. The museum is a monument and that you see at the buildings. As a result, it seems a bit older but it may not be altered. This takes place I personally like as avhhtergrond information. I would like to come back with my family but not in current state!
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  • Fantastisch open lucht museum