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The Wrakkenmuseum is also the Juttersmuseum and a playground for kids, all in one and all for one, low price. it is an excellent museum for all ages. Some of the exhibits are very funny, some are very... read more »
Tijdens een regenachtige dag het museum bezocht. Het is een erg leuk en leerzaam museum. Alles wordt op een leuke manier beschreven en uitgelegd. De speeltuin is niet geschikt voor kleine kinderen. Ze... read more »Visited the museum during a rainy day. It is a very fun and educational museum. Everything is described and explained in a fun way. The playground is not suitable for small children. Definitely worth it to take a look.show original
De naam museum is wel wat groot voor dit restaurantje. Er liggen veel kleine spulletjes die opgedoken zijn in de noord zee. Maar het is niet echt een museum. Het restaurant stelt ook niet veel voor en... read more »The name museum is a bit big for this restaurant. There are many small things that popped up in the North Sea. But it's not really a museum. The restaurant also proposes not much for and the coffee is bad. In the garden is a self tinkered pirate ship. All in all, go only if you really have nothing else to do.show original
Peter 'DJ Ventilator'actually only fun for the kids in my eyes: the coffee leaves much to be desired and I find the skinny you can dump your kids in a kind of playground and then but wait until they become bored. often do you stand because it looks so pressure can be that the few chairs are occupied. the museum was nice, but the kids had there less with itshow original
Thijs SchoutenFun for kids, but then they have some older. Those of us (2 and 4) let you not just walk around with all sharp attributes. In addition, the coffee a bit better (filter what is already a day to simmer)show original
Thijmen vinkIt wrecks the museum location was the best. From there it just goes down. The operation is very bad. The people were anti-social and you had to go get your own food at the pickup counter. You got a look at the pickup counter in the kitchen ... Not really to write home about. All the food was warmed up and was served cold. Was drinking very little and very expensive and if you are completely luck also had about the date. The food was very against the best were the spare-ribs where I a 6je for give. The burgers were nothing ice cold and disappointed. Dutch they talked not because Apple sauce was apparently beat in Frisian. With bad service and bad food, this is definitely not a place to come back. Would you like be fine eating on terschelling then go to any other restaurant on terschelling. The best solution is that the Government stops subsidy that can close the restaurant and the museum can continue to exist. Maybe tip for people with no taste buds.show original
HansPersonally, I find € 4 per person pretty expensive for a visit to the attic of the local dive Association. Their playground is very nice for children. Many opportunities for climbing, scrambling and clog. The playground is however not suitable for concerned parents with careless children. There are stitches here and there quite a few screws and nails from the play area.show original
Willem de GrootEaten nothing but the museum and garden are really fantastic. Not so much the stuff but the passion of the owner. And with the newspaper clippings and the bottle art work a little with it can look in the turbulent family history.show original
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