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Madurodam, The Hague

(4.1/5 based on 2,200+ reviews on the web)
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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  • Nice place to take kids from all ages, specially if they're visiting for a short period... Netherlands in a day in a miniature package! 
  • Spent 3 hours looking at the deatils with which each and every exibit has been made. Kudos to the makers. 
  • By train, you need a little more than 1 hour drive from Amsterdam until the Hague. Several attractions reproduced in miniature
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  • They keep evolving the park by adding more activities for children and I love the addition of short films at each attraction featuring the little plastic dolls and you can of course select the language you need for subtitles. Keep up the good work! Really easy to reach from The Central Train station of The Hague. Just get on Tram 9.
  • Rather disappointing, really. I always thought they put barriers around it so you could not see it without paying. Turns out they put them up so you cannot see the disappointment before you have paid. Sure, it is small. That is the point. But the park itself is small too and does not have much in the way of things to do. Unless you stretch it, you are done within about half an hour. Also, it is not very well made, lacking detail and imagination. A miniature park could really be awesome. This just isn't..
  • Never thought I can see entire country in a park!! Madurodam is an awesome concept of creating all major buildings and monuments of Netherlands in a single park at a miniature form. Keep at least 3 hours to have a detailed look of all the marvelous creations. It is a kid's heaven. I saw kids enjoying the miniature trains running through the park. Entry fee is around 20 bucks for one and free for kids under the age of 5. So, go there and enjoy!!
  • This place is amazing! The details involved were incredible. I had high expectations for this place and they were far exceeded. Loves the mixture of moving parts, from trains to planes to boats. A great way to spend a few hours!
  • Simply it is a small copy of Holland. There a lot of attractions missing, but what i saw was really good. I thought its very small and will see it all in 1 hour, but no... it needs more than that.