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Apenheul in Arnheim

More than 30 different species of monkeys live there in liberty

The animals romp through the forest, mingle with the visitors. Without a fence, without bars ... unique encounters with monkeys are possible. "As in wilderness, the monkeys would like to discover and try out everything in Apenheul. They hedge pranks among themselves and have some surprises for the visitors", quoted from the zoo guide.


Burger's Zoo

A great animalistic experience for Young and Old

The founder, Johan Burgers, was the first who built in Arnhem in the Netherlands grid-free predators with huge crags and valleys, to incorporate his animals in a wide and natural environment. There you find safari parks, jungle, desert, tropical coral sea, etc.


Airborne Museum Hartenstein

The Airborne Museum Hartenstein adjusts the history of the Battle of Arnhem.

During the Battle of Arnhem the Hotel Hartenstein in Oosterbeek (NL) was the headquarter of the British commander. Now The Airborne Museum is located in this building. Here you will find all the information in the form of original film images, lifelike dioramas and audio-visual presentations of the Battle of Arnheim and Oosterbeek in the days of September of 1944.


Nationales Befreiungsmuseum 1944-1945

Out of the history a modern museum grew.

On one of the most beautiful places in the Netherlands, in Groesbeek, between hills and forests, the past comes to life in the national Liberation Museum 1944-1945. The visitors experience the pre-war time and the years of the occupation in the museum, celebrate the liberation and see the reconstruction of the Netherlands and Europe. With the help of odour sensations and on the basis of interactive presentations, dioramas, models, original films and tape recorder fragments a vivid picture of the liberation is given to the visitor.


Ravot Aapia

Europe`s largest dschungle playground is located in Rhenen (NL)

Climbing with the otters, scary squirrel monkeys and fruit bats. Join in for the legend of the stranded pirate's ship and experience exciting thrilling adventures in the caves of the Kalongs.
Go on expeditions and experience Ravot Aapia: there you find white tigers and lions, sea lion show, polar bears, monkeys and more ...


Afrika Museum

The museum is the only ethnological museum in the Netherlands which is targeted especially to Africa.

The museum in Berg an Tal offers an attractive combination of on the one hand an indoor museum with a collection of magnificent objects and on the other hand an open-air museum which has an educational and recreational character.


Biblical open-air museum

Go on a trip through the Middle East.

In the biblical open-air museum in Holy Landstichting (near Nijmegen, NL) the world comes to life where long ago the culture and religion of Jews, Christianity and Islam has been originated. In the middle of the museum park are villages, streets and places, fields with easterly plants and animals, ect.


Netherlands Open Air Museum

Experience Holland in one day.

The Open Air Museum in Arnhem (NL) has a magnificent park with around 80 typical Dutch buildings from the entire country.


Kröller-Müller Museum at the National Park in Hoge Veluwe

The National Park de Hooge Veluwe, nature reserve of a total of approximately 5500 ha, is private property.

It is the legacy of the couple Kröller-Müller and the largest national park in the Netherlands, which is managed by a foundation. De Hoge Veluwe and the museum located in this area constitute a monument that was planned a long time ago by the founders. Among other things, you can see works by van Gogh, Mondrian, van der Lech, Redon, Picasso and many other artists.


Museum Het Valkhof

A large and important collection of Roman antiquities and modern art awaits you.

Also old art is presented under special consideration of the moved history of Nijmegen. Your route through the museum leads you to archaeological findings, printings from the 17th century, silver and modern painting.