The Netherlands Institute for Sound and Vision, Hilversum

(2.5/5 based on 220+ reviews on the web)
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  • This museum visited in this really beautiful building is very spacious, and though I could personally not quite everything places it is now for children or for older guests? fun to get past another look on television and listening particularly sure you get the beginning a ring that you can use with all kinds of elements and the results you get at home on your computer. it's nice for a family to visit all the children will not know anything yet for the older is the nostalgia when the clock strikes. nice to have a time to visit.
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  • Super fun museum! It really takes you back in time, while also providing up to date. Interesting for children and adults, with plenty of activities to keep the kids entertained. There is also a food court, and you can still here long after your visit enjoy it! Not suitable for foreigners, since everything is in Dutch.
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  • It was in the beginning we quite unclear what was meant. This was not told to the checkout. Also the rest of the afternoon was a little wander. There was not a line in. Many things are set up for children over a year or 7. A number of fun memories retrieved. Although my personal profile more things showed me that I totally can't remember from my childhood. I also still waiting on the pictures that in some places are made which would be sent to me by mail. The little train that would give us a tour of the studios if the studios at all in because of a bomb threat few weeks back. But that they were just forgot to tell us at checkout. (Little train costs extra) All in all we are not very much warmed-up by this day. Might be fun for a family with children between 7 and 14 oid.
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