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Deltapark Neeltje Jans, Vrouwenpolder

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Families can have fun and learn at Deltapark Neeltje Jans, a thrilling--and educational--water park. Be a kid again on the water playground, jump in for a boat ride, or cheer on the seals and sea lions during their show. Once you've finished with all this excitement, head to the exhibits about the 1953 floods and the storm surge barrier. Rest your feet as you watch a 3-D film about the underwater world, witness the works of a hurricane machine, and discover the respectful bond between the Dutch and the sea. Using our custom trip planner, Vrouwenpolder attractions like Deltapark Neeltje Jans can form part of a personalized travel itinerary.
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  • The tickets per person are online booked 4 euros cheaper than onsite. So we have 3 people (2 adults, 1 child) "only" 37 euro paid. Unfortunately the Dutch merchant soul suggests to then place and so must not only parking for 7(!) Euro will be paid, but including the boat ride. In February attractions like water slides, Hurricane Simulator, and other outdoor activities are closed naturally (hence the cheaper price - from April to November it's significantly more expensive). And there were relatively few visitors, i.e. no waiting or scramble. There were also plenty of other activities that have entertained us well:-4 d animation to the background of the Delta works - the visit of the storm surge barrier - the historical background and the technical implementation of the project - the seal show - the Seelöwenshow - the large aquarium and Britt of the lobster, the shop offers the usual souvenirs and unfortunately little failed. The offer in the restaurant was initially very clearly, but the friendly staff was immediately to the point fresh to prepare the desired. Priced in the usual amusement park area. Conclusion: for big and small is something and in the low season, the price is still more or less okay.
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  • The concept of this park is not all OK. It is expensive for what you get and there is a lot more out of it. It all feels a bit like "past glory". There are 3 movies to watch, in the space below there is a small exhibition. And then there is "outside". A small aquarium, a large counterfeit whale in which you can walk and a show about big fish can view (think: the Antwerp Zoo-in 1979). Everything is challenging, there was another boat trip which we did to 3 euro pp. We were hoping that we are very close to the delta works themselves went but that should not because vd security apparently. What was disappointing for my children. Then to the seals show + sea lion show (2 separate shows). That is fine in each other and were very nice. Even my critical teenage daughter was excited about it. We had bought the tickets online (4 euro discount pp) so to 13 euro instead of 17. It is expensive for what you get. In the summer there are a number of water attractions but which were now not open of course. Because it was so expensive (50 euros for our 4 + 7 euro parking + 12 euro boat), we have distributed an hour or 5. But actually (as it to my teenage daughter was, we were on an hour outside). We have set up our positive glasses and make the best of it. If you are in the neighborhood would be on holiday, I would certainly clear (in summer, weather permitting). But to now specifically to drive (as we did) ... for that I find it really not recommended.
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  • Since the construction of the Delta works was something very important, and in fact a country have saved from repetition of the flood disaster, I decided to soak up culture with my fiance who comes from England. Once inside, we met in the Delta Experience. That in itself was pretty good in each other. But the rest of the Delta park was 1 big mockery. An outdated playground, a wind simulation that was close, a small swimming pool with 4 seals (not banned circuses were in the meantime?). same for sea lions. There was also a small aquarium with some fish. I have the element Delta works hugely missed. The Delta Experience was pretty well made and took a tight 10 minutes. And there was a movie that already at least 30 years old, who also was good. But after 20 minutes to be ready with all of this, and here 17 euros per person for pay, I find outrageous. If you think it's not yet worse can, well that may well be. Go away you will be also very difficult. This will cost you: another 7 euro for an exit parking barrier currency. We were together as a couple so annoyed after 30 minutes away and 41 European lighter. Absolute & convenient! Go them! YouTube is free and informative!
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  • There is definitely more to this park than meets the eye. A lot of thought has went into making interesting and relevant attractions. Must do's within are the (optional) boat ride which takes you around the general area, and the short walk to the actual bridge where you can go inside and see the gates right up close. A big downside is the price of admission which is quite high, and the price of the food inside the cafeteria is extremely high as well. Other than that it is a great place to spend the whole day.
  • Beautiful place with unused possibilities. It was nice visit, but I was disappointed with the level presented by the park. Beautiful design and engineering but poor park. I feel sorry for the animals that every couple of hours doing the same old boring tricks. From nice things - I really enjoy storm simulator and inside of the whale. I'm happy that I was there. But I don't want to go back again. Trip for one time in my opinion.
  • Well worth a visit to understand what happened in 1953, and what the Dutch have done about it since to prevent it happening again. The audio/visual show is very well done, a slight word of warning, it might a bit scary for very young children. Yes it is primarily an engineering exhibition, but that doesn't detract from it at all, the Delta works scheme was a brilliant engineering solution, and you can see how it was constructed, including going inside the sluices. There is plenty to see and do for families, on a nice day, take a picnic there are plenty of places to sit and enjoy it, having said that, the restaurant is well laid out, the food is very good and not over priced. Some areas of the site are looking a little run down here and there, but overall it was an enjoyable day out, and if you take your time, it will take you all day to cover it all.
  • Interesting and nice for children but does not worth the price (84 euros for 4 at the desk). We were disappointed. The attraction Hurrican simulator should be avoided. It generates a terrible noise which can damage children ears I think.
  • Delta Experience is really great and impressive. With good (sunny) weather there is a lot to do.