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Het Arsenaal, Vlissingen
(1.9/5 based on 85+ reviews on the web)
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  • We have appreciated the visit of the fish and the Tower (a subject so avoid dizziness) allows a glimpse of the Westerschelde. Typical lunch for locals but disturbing to the French. Cash payment as a lot of place in the Netherlands. The price is a little expensive. Part Pirate can be scary but it is normal...
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  • fun to do with kids and also without-adults may also be back child (s):-) recommend in all areas-not crowded when we were there
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  • beautiful small boat harbor, harbour-side worth seeing, very well maintained, great views of the Mainland opposite sea lies behind a seawall, worth, suitable for walking
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  • Not worth its money. At all. Not only entrance (they charge 3 year olds), parking (there's a free parking available but good luck finding it as there are no - zero - arrows towards it from the entrance and the closeby parking is 2€ / hour, also the restaurant: you'll think *ok its overpriced but all theme park restaurants are* but (1) it's not a theme park and (2) wait until you see the portion. You're practically forced to ask for extra fries. (We complained about being expected to share one small packet of mayo and mini basket of fries with two people, got promised extra, got nothing. To be fair, we did manage to negotiate a discount, and the taste of what we did get was good.) For an attraction aimed at kids, only two baby seats for the entire restaurant... I saw quite some parents balancing babies on their lap to feed them. Although the inside is done up nice, fitting the theme, you quickly get the feeling its all rather platonic. The aquarium is (nice but) nothing special. The animated skeletons and pirate dolls are... Well... In a theme park you get those things to amuse you while you're waiting to get on the ride. Here it's just that, without the ride. There's a person making balloon swords, and this seems to be (expected to be) a very prominent part of the adventure. Against all expectations (I'm certainly not planning to go back) it manages to get overcrowded in the afternoon. It gets stuffy and hot. You don't feel comfortable letting go of your kids hand for a second. The last floor featuring a bar, has some attractions. A kid climbing area is free - for everything else you pay extra. Again trying to be fair here: similar games in theme parks tend to also cost extra. Although the entrance fee there covers most rides and attractions, whereas here... It seems to have all the bad points of a theme park, and none of the good ones. My conclusion: drive to Plopsaland instead. It costs a bit more, but you'll get much better value for money.
  • We loved the aquarium where you can touch the fishes. The playground for the children is also very nice. The venue is a bit overpriced though.
  • Nice museum with lots of thing to do.
  • It's not worth it
  • A waste of money. After 1 hour you have the whole park visited. Everything is fairly old and dirty. Opndee theatre performance and you also should not wait. It takes 10 min and you fall asleep there. I even see no pirates. The only good are fish but I can go to the zoo.
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