Museum de Zwarte Tulp, Lisse
(3.6/5 based on 30+ reviews on the web)
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  • Nice little museum, very worth it! Gives a good overview of the development in the bulb cultivation.
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  • Pretty interesting exposition, especially for those who like tulips and asked their cultivation. Also learn about the history of the region and on the cultivation of tulips. I advise you to take a peek, if you are near.
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  • A very interesting theme museum where the emphasis is on the origin of the flower bulbs culture. The museum is located in the Centre of Lisse. Lisse lies back in the center of the bulb region. The bulb region runs along the coast from Noordwijk for wood sassenheim and Lisse Hillegom. Inside the museum are also works of art exhibited in relation to the bulb culture such as paintings prints and glass work. It's really a must for those who like to holiday in the bulb region or verbljjft for a museum visit.
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  • It's a small museum, but very nice and friendly
  • What a great experience! As Avid museum visitor was this fun museum a breath of fresh air! The staff is very cordial and the children also received all the attention. Nice audio tour that is definitely worth (and free). Also there are every week new creative activities for children. But fortunately I was allowed to do themselves.
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  • The Tulip cultivation Museum. If you stay on it time well worth checking out.
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  • Nice for tourists to learn the history of the bulb region.
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