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. Take a look at our The Hague trip planning website to schedule your visit to Madurodam and learn about what else to see and do during your holiday.
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The scope of this miniature land is very impressive, with lots of thought applied to capturing the smallest details to faithfully recreate some of the most famous landmarks in The Netherlands. As a...
The scope of this miniature land is very impressive, with lots of thought applied to capturing the smallest details to faithfully recreate some of the most famous landmarks in The Netherlands. As a... more »
It was really interesting walking around and seeing areas that you recognised. It was well kept. It's definitely suitable for all ages. It's not all model village either because some of it tells the..... more
It was really interesting walking around and seeing areas that you recognised. It was well kept. It's definitely suitable for all ages. It's not all model village either because some of it tells the..... more »
Good experience, great place to take visitors if they would like to look at the whole of the Netherlands but don’t have enough time to actually tour the Netherlands. It looks very kid friendly, a lot for kids to do, as we went with 4 adults, it was great to look around and have some food and drinks, but you wouldn’t spend as long there as you would do with kids. The food and drinks were good, the most expensive I have paid since visiting anywhere, but we did notice a lot of people decided to take there own food which is also a good option. It’s something I wouldn’t do again until a while later but it was a good experience
Concept was nice, reality a bit different. It was fun for 15 minutes with friends. After, we regretted paying €19. It’s free with the museum pass though. And one of my friends and I are Civil Engineers. Everything started to look the same. The Architectures were not well maintained (dusty, rusty, mechanical problems). The Utrecht station is not updated. Amsterdam has to few people, and there’s “a party”at the municipality center, where protests actually happen frequently. This place is suited for kids if you have any. We had a lot of fun making fun of everything, but we had underlying vibes of boredom. The summer vibes were great, but this picture sums our experience:
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