Nieuw Land Erfgoedcentrum, Lelystad

(2.8/5 based on 30+ reviews on the web)
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  • New country has a lot of potential which, unfortunately, far too little is fully utilised. The info is there but much is very static, or works very moderately. Stuff and demos are worn, work half or not. The building is really impossible the upper floors are dark caves, with dead end pieces and far too few really interressants exhibited. What it says is dated and functions often only half. A pretty and on the beautiful water view-oriented restaurant and terrace is not there. The new country still stands with its back to the water to defend themselves it seems. Although Flevoland and Lelystad deserves better. The (understandable in such a depressing environment) grumpy Office ladies have never heard ... what less bureaucratic rigmarole complaint would be desirable. So for the time being a moderately soft museum.
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  • This museum tells the story of the IJsselmeer, from ca. 6000 years ago, to the land reclamation of Flevoland. Downstairs there is the water laboratory. A large room where children can experiment and do all kinds of experiments in a playful manner. In the back is in circular set up a kind of theoretical part, which couldn't really captivate us. On floors 1 and 2, by means of various cabinets (part) themes explained that life along the water through the ages. In a separate shed, the preserved wreck of an old ship, which is partially rotted. It is precisely this rotten portion gives a nice peek into the Interior. This part was very cold (outside around the freezing point). By means of various scavenger hunts (€ 1,-/piece including Charter), children can understand this part of the museum. They do tend to pieces. What I found very sorry, was that quite a lot of buttons, lights and other technical matters were faulty. That gives a negative appearance about the rest of the collection.
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  • We left to friends flevoland see so do you think this is the beginning to show how flevoland was created well then you should not be here really super disappointing everything looks used and "old" from almost nothing does it more! staff at desk totally uninterested (no more money in stop!)
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  • Worst museum in Holland for English speakers. Go read in Wikipedia, you will get like 10 times the information and then visit YouTube and search for "holland poulders" etc... to see everything you need than this museum. 90% of the exhibition explanations are NOT translated. The prehistoric section looks like it was done by an amateur and blind to English visitors.There is an English audio accessory that tells a bit but again, wikipedia has all this and much more. This museum is not worth the time and money we spent driving there and paying entrance.
  • Interesting both for adults and kids.
  • Interessant centrum, zeker een kijkje nemen waard!
  • A huge variety of environment that not only about water or Flevoland. Archaeology, politics, do and thinking games. A large set up (multi-level) Learning Center for young and old.
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  • Instructive
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