Emmakade 6a

3441 AJ Woerden

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+31 348 745492

Discover the story about cheese making and cheese ripening.

In the brand new Cheese Warehouse you’ll learn everything you ever wanted to know about cheese. This cheese warehouse was built in 1937. It offers you the chance to take a glimpse into the kitchen of the cheese makers.

Miffy Museum

Agnietenstraat 2

3512 XB Utrecht

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+31 30 2362399

The Miffy Museum is a series of miniature worlds. Ten rooms, each dedicated to a different subject, invite young children to discover the world around them step by step. Inspired by Dick Bruna’s picture books, the miniature worlds created in these rooms include Miffy’s house and familiar everyday experiences such as going to the doctor and going to the zoo. Here children can literally step into the world of Miffy and her friends.

Rietveld Schröder House

Prins Hendriklaan 50

3583 EP Utrecht

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+31 30 236 2310

Designed in 1924, a private residence until 1985, the Rietveld Schröder House is a true architectural highlight of De Stijl and iconic landmark in Utrecht. The Rietveld Schröder House is open Tuesday through Sunday, from 11 am to 5 pm. To visit the house, you must book a tour.

Museum Speelklok

Steenweg 6

3511 JP Utrecht

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+31 30 2312789

Looking for the most fun and cheerful cultural activity in the centre of Utrecht? Museum Speelklok is one of the typical Dutch sights which is a definite must-see! Museum Speelklok will take you through the wonderful world of self-playing musical instruments, surprising its visitors every day with the cheerful tunes from all corners of the museum. A fun day out in Utrecht for children and adults.

The Railway Museum

Maliebaanstation 1

3581 XW Utrecht

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+31 30 230 62 06

An adventure for all ages! This museum offers much more than watching trains. Start your museum tour with the ‘Great Discovery’. A mine lift takes you back to the time before the invention of the steam engine. Stop for a moment and admire the first Dutch steam locomotive, “De Arend”. Continue your visit in ‘Dream Journeys’ where actors play scenes of the well-known movie “Orient Express”. A roller coaster ride along life-size trains and locomotives? Try ‘Monsters of Steel’. ‘The Acid Test’, the latest attraction of the Railway Museum, tells the story of 175 years of railways in the Netherlands.

Castle De Haar

Kasteellaan 1

3455 RR Haarzuilens

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+31 30 677 85 15

De Haar Castle is the biggest and most luxurious castle in The Netherlands. It is one of the top European historic houses. A visit to De Haar Castle will take you back to the glory days of the castle and will show you the breathtaking splendour that surrounded the international rich and famous in the early 20th century. You will be amazed at the very un-Dutch luxury in which the Van Zuylen family and their guests lived amidst a wealth of history and art.


Domplein 4

3512 JC Utrecht

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+31 (0)30 233 99 99

DOMunder is a prize-winning historical attraction located under the ‘Domplein’ in Utrecht.  This exciting underground discovery among the archaeological remains of 2000 years of Dutch history is interesting for all ages. You pass through the immense pillar foundations of the Gothic Dom Church. Experience the devastating storm of 1674 or the fascination of the archeologist explaining the past layer by layer.

Centraal Museum

Agnietenstraat 1

3512 XA Utrecht

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+31 (0)30 2362362

Centraal Museum Utrecht, an open house to explore and discover. From Scorel to Bruna to Viktor & Rolf. From Rietveld to the Utrecht Caravaggists, and from Bloemaert to Marlene Dumas. Classic alongside modern, design alongside Utrecht city history, experimental alongside monumental. A museum that never fails to inspire. Expect the unexpected!

Mondriaanhuis (Mondriaan’s House)

 Kortegracht 11

3811 KG Amersfoort

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+31 (0) 33 46 00 170

The Mondriaanhuis in Amersfoort is the birth house of Piet Mondrian (1872-1944). Piet Mondrian was born and spent his childhood here. After the Mondrian family departed, for a long time there was nothing on this spot that reminded of the world famous painter, until architect Leo Heiderijk and his wife Cis made it into the Mondriaanhuis in 1994 and opened it to the public. The Mondriaanhuis is a museum experience for young and old alike.