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Madurodam, The Hague

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Take a condensed tour of Holland at Madurodam, an interactive miniature theme park focused on Dutch cultural traditions and historical sites. This impressive, well-visited park opened in 1952 and features small-scale replicas of the most famous landmarks, cities, and landscapes in the Netherlands. Look for Rijksmuseum, Binnenhof, Port of Rotterdam, tulip fields, windmills, and small recreations of traditional Dutch canal homes. Don't try to count the tiny lights--there are 50,000--in this shrunken city. You'll have better luck with the number of miniature planes stationed at the Amsterdam Airport Schiphol replica. A visit to Madurodam represents just the start of the adventure when you use our The Hague travel itinerary planner to plot your vacation.
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  • worth visiting, just a pity that you got a pass which was not activated, here you had to specify the email address so you could see what you had viewed at home
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  • The Park is really suitable for everyone. In good weather it's fun to run through the Park. For children, there's always playful entertainment!
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  • Madurodam or the Park mini Holland, located in the Hague and is one of the most well-known and famous sights of the Netherlands. The park covers a fairly large area and offers to your attention copies of major attractions and important sites of the Netherlands in miniature that you might consider walking on paths past them. In addition to mini simulators that really like children, have the opportunity to put a variety of experiences that demonstrate the principle of operation of different structures (gateways, windmills, etc.). In principle, the Park is nice and interesting, but it seems he's a bit stuck in development and no longer produces what impressions as before. In any case, it was an interesting and informative experience. Better ticket purchase on the site. This will save you at least 2 euros for 1 ticket. Near the park there is parking (cost Eur 8.5)
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  • This is a must see if you are visiting. The place is in very good condition inspite of the models being outdoors. It a great learning experience for kids as they have working models of canals, bridges, airports etc. There's also a play area for kids or siblings too small to appreciate the models. You could easily spend an entire day here. Great little souvenir shop too. Very friendly and helpful staff.
  • Went here with a group. As I am a bit older than the general age group this park is intended for, it must be taken with a pinch of salt when I say that I did not find it that amusing or interesting. I did not pay for my stay here, but I do not think that I would if I was given the choice between doing so or not. This is, however, a GREAT place to take your kids to. A lot of activities and things to learn. I must say that the models of the buildings are very good too, and that I appreciate the work done to make this available to the public!
  • Beautiful garden where a city has been created in miniature form. Airport, sea port. , Church, Railway Station and what not?. One can wonder how this has been created beautiful way. Worth visiting. Not only children but elders also will love it.
  • Good fun for a young family or those interested in the buildings and placed of the Netherlands. Lots of interactive activities most at no or little extra cost. We especially liked the little clog factory that, for the price of one euro, would deliver you a miniature pair of souvenir clogs in a little truck. Unfortunately the lack of shade on a hot day is a problem, along with the high price of refreshments. Also not enforcing the no smoking areas was frustrating.
  • The entry fee was EUR 16 and i felt it was totally worth it. Make sure you spend at least 2 hours in the place. Apart form the miniature towns of Netherlands that are already beautiful in their own way, there a lot of town/location themed games, that are too cool to play for all ages.

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True to its role as the residence of the Dutch king, The Hague offers accommodations fit for royalty. The five-star hotels in the historical town center provide spacious rooms loaded with modern amenities, as well as easy foot access to most of the city's cultural sights. The Hague's elegant seaside resort of Scheveningen offers even more lodging options for travelers wishing to indulge themselves during their trip. If you're visiting on a limited budget, explore the city's economical guesthouses and youth hostels.
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