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Villa Zebra, Rotterdam

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  • This place is an excellent choice for an indoor art experience for children! Kids are encouraged to play, build and investigate all kind of different things. The museum offers workshops and has a café...  more »
  • Nice place with art for kids (and adults). Great crew helps you out and kids are really challenged here.  more »
  • Really nice museum, kids discover in many different ways. It's al about doing and discovering. You even can take some boardgames and sit and play with your kids, or they find some friends and play tog...  more »
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  • Kids will love it!
  • Our daughters (8 years) have had a very nice afternoon. We found it a little less because we're not such a "feeling for art". Our advantage is that we have a Rotterdampas and then the access is always free.
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  • Both for the children and the parents very much. Our children from almost 3 and nearly 5 andthing at the exhibition itself and of course with the lego and the magnets. It was crowded, but all could easily do what they wanted. After 2 hours, they wanted to go home yet, but it was closing time.
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  • Nice to see what they are now. Fabricated. Inspiring!
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  • Informative place for children to go.
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