right around Laag Kanje
Kröller - Müller Museum
Kröller Müller Museum surprisingly located in the middle of the Hoge Veluwe National Park, this museum has a world-renowned collection of 19th and 20th century visual art. Central elements include the sculpture garden and a large collection of works by Vincent van Gogh.Furthermore you will also find masterpieces by modern masters such as Claude Monet and Pablo Picasso
Netherlands Open Air Museum
Step into three centuries of everyday Dutch life at the Open Air Museum.Historical farmhouses, windmills, gabled houses, lift bridges, gardens, old workshops and exhibitions. It's fun to walk around the park, but you can also take the old tram. Demonstrations include cheese making, ship building and paper production.
What makes Amsterdam so attractive is the 17th century atmosphere. The small scale of the buildings of the streets, canals and squares create an atmosphere that visitors found unique. Take a canal tour of Amsterdam and discover the historical canal district which was added to the Unesco World Heritage List.
This national museum, located in the heart of Holland's capital, is dedicated to arts, crafts and history. It has a large collection of paintings from the Dutch Golden Age, including the Night Watch by Rembrandt, and a substantial collection of Asian art. It also displays the stern of the HMS Royal Charles which was captured in the Raid on the Medway.
You will find yourself confronted by an unprecedented wealth of floral displays planted in endless varieties, alternated with works of art. The Keukenhof is unique and world famous, and has been one of the most popular destinations of visitors to the Netherlands for many years. Open in 2017 from 24 March to 20 May.
Volendam, a charming old fishing village where you'll see people in traditional dress. If you like, you can put on a costume too, great for a unique picture. There are cheese makers. a ceramics factory and a blacksmith. The characteristic small house present the visitor an atmosphere of geniality and romance
Six kilometres to the east of the Airborne Museum lies the bridge over the Rhine river that was the final goal of Operation Market Garden. A visit to the Airborne Museum (Oosterbeek) is a unique experience. The splendidly renovated building houses the world's largest collection of militaria from Operation Market Garden. The Netherlands' only battlefield museum makes you see and feel what the 1944 battle around Arnhem was like.
Anne Frank House
Down the street from the Westerkerk (Amsterdam) you will find the house where Anne Frank lived, sandwiched in between other houses along the Prinsengracht. It's a sobering experience to walk into the small rooms where the Frank family hid during World War II. Anne did not survive the war, but her diary, the record of her teenage years in this house, is a tribute to the spirit of hope amidst the destruction of war.
Efteling is the best known theme park in Holland. Its consits of a central area and four realms. Fairytales and sagas are brought to life in the Fairy Realm. The roller coasters and other attractions in the Adventure Realm guarantee a lot of excitement and sensation. See if you can visit the forbidden cities and haunted castles in the Alternative Realm without breaking a sweat!