De Hoge Veluwe National Park, Hoenderloo

4.6
#4 of 24 in Parks in Gelderland Province
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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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  • Highly recommend the park for a day of biking. We rented a car and parked inside the park as free bikes are provided for exploration. The park is small by US standards, we biked the entire perimeter i...  more »
  • Entrance fee is around €14,00. You can drive your car to the parking next to the visitors center for €6,60. Free usage of bikes to ride through the beautiful nature. 2 routes: 26km and 10km. Some nice...  more »
  • After living for some years in the Netherlands, I've realised how amazed one can be by its incredible landscapes, full of green, canals and wild animals. The Veluwe Park is even something more: a huge...  more »