De Hoge Veluwe National Park, Hoenderloo

(4.4/5 based on 500+ reviews on the web)
Featuring museums as well as scenic forestland, De Hoge Veluwe National Park offers a taste of Dutch nature and culture. Keep an eye out for the park's many animal residents, including the Red Deer and the Moor Frog. Stop by Kroller-Muller Museum to admire a large collection of works by Van Gogh, as well as Pablo Picasso, George Seurat, and Fernand Leger. Museonder, an underground museum, focuses on what lives beneath the Earth's surface, all the way to the center of the Earth. Free bikes are available if you'd like to explore on wheels. Put De Hoge Veluwe National Park on your schedule, and learn what else deserves a visit by using our Hoenderloo trip generator.
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  • Since this year we have a protector for the first time all year that we map the park in May. The toads are well-kept and with snow also good kept clear. The white bikes you can catch free are very pleasant, back through the park you have a lot of different environments. The restaurant is good and the Museonder fun to visit, especially with children a must. In the visitor centre you can find lots of information on the Park and there is a nice shop. From here are also a lot of events.
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  • With the family at the entrance schaarsbergen free bike packed and the park rondgefietst: delicious! Beautiful forests, heaths. The bike path is fine and winds through the park. Stopped at the hunting lodge St Hubertus for a cola'tje. Really great for a day nature.
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  • A lunch enjoyed after a walk in the Park the Hoge Veluwe. Chosen for a tuna sandwich salad in the zelbedieningsrestaurant
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  • Great place to be Take at least a whole afternoon but I would recommend an entire day The bikes have the breaks on the pedals (if you cycle backwards) but they are free and blend nicely with the place. A nice touch is that they are prepared to take small children on the back The museum is very good Take your time and enjoy the park with good weather
  • Lovely National park! We had a great 15km, had a nice lunch next to the Visitors center "Museonder", be aware you have to buy an entree ticket to be allowed to walk/cycle/drive in this national park
  • Amazing scenery. Enjoy biking and watching wild animals free in the nature. Expensive, very expensive entrance ticket.
  • Beautiful place! Proper forests. Saw deer! Also, there's free bikes to use everywhere.
  • Very nice park with really great sights and views. The museums are really good, and there are free bikes everywhere.