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Villa Zebra, Rotterdam

(3.1/5 based on 10+ reviews on the web)
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  • The site, the advertisement indicate that it is a museum, do, discovery for children. But the reality is many times less. The lady behind the cash register is very unfriendly, your children are too young and must not, therefore, to the exposition, it is forbidden for their to go upstairs. What do you mean? our children are more common in a museum and know that they are not at an exhibit. Unfortunately the exhibition within half an hour, because there aren't that many parts are. To the discovery space. A small playground is already larger than what here to discover. Is also something positive, Yes. There are many arts and crafts stuff for the children, eventually an hour are tinkering.
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  • Last weekend for the first time with my son of 5. I did not know so well what I had to expect. It is a kind of discovery, play, activities place. There are 3 areas. A place for workshops, a discovery room for older children and a kind of play and discovery place for the little ones. The space where the set for the little ones. In this space are a few discovery angles with different themes and thereby different activities. Draw in the dark with fluorine, school, on holiday by car and caravan, magnetic dingoes paste on the wall, dressing up, and crafts <sommige spullen="" zijn="" wel="" een="" beetje="" aan="" verfrissing="" toe="">For children really be fun. And certainly if you're not great lives this is a nice place to play and discover. But I missed being with my child. Together discover something new and surprised. Here the children play and look the parents mostly.</sommige>
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  • The exhibition do you think, let you look at how you live, how you would rather want to live, what a home is, what loneliness is. ..
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  • Fun day for children. Crafts, games, building with lego, activities to spend an afternoon. You can drink and order food at an average price. Staff are friendly and walking around to help. At the time of my visit the toilets were a bit dirty (especially the floor). Further fine recommended.
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  • Very nice for children. Fun starts immediately as you enter. The reception area is full of games and toys, where kids can get to work straight away. After we bought tickets, we could go and see the exhibition. We were to the exhibition itself! You discover different plants, where children also have to do things yourself. An employee of Villa Zebra leads you past all the plants and tells what the intention is. Top hit for the children that we were on the road, was the kitchenette with the upside down in the herb garden sink cabinet. Children could crawl under the sink by the curtain and came in a upside down garden. We look forward to a next exhibition!
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  • Very fun and interactive for the kids
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  • Fun exhibitions for children.
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