National Park De Hoge Veluwe offers a rare combination of nature & landscapes and art & architecture. When travelling through the Veluwe, you see the landscape change.
Palace Het Loo
In 1988, Palace Het Loo in Apeldoorn opened its doors as a museum. Since then, the former royal palace and its beautiful gardens are open to the general public. Taste the atmosphere and see how the royals lived.
Holland Open Air Museum
The Holland Open Air Museum has been crowned the 2018 most K‘Kidsproof’ museum of Gelderland. The past is not just presented to you, but you can really live it.
National Park De Hoge Veluwe
The Kröller-Müller Museum is a museum for modern art, situated in the heart of the Veluwe. The Van Gogh Gallery houses around 40 works by Vincent Van Gogh; which are displayed on rotation. You can also find masterpieces by Claude Monet, Pablo Picasso and Piet Mondriaan in the museum.
The Airborne Museum tells the impressive stories of soldiers and refugees during the evacuation after the Battle of Arnhem. Do you want to follow the path the Allied troops travelled along when they liberated Europe? &Nbsp; Then follow the Liberation Route.
Julianatoren in Apeldoorn is a fantastic amusement park for kids, with more than 60 fun theme attractions. Children between the ages of 2 and 10 years old will have the time of their lives here. Follow the Dino Tour and come face to face with real dinosaurs!
Discover the largest indoor tropical rainforest, marvel at the Arizona/Mexico desert or walk along the tropical coral reef, filled with 9 million liters of water!
The Scottish Highlander Tour is more than 30 km long. It is quite a trip, but still not long enough to let you see all of the Veluwe. The nature here on the Veluwe is super diverse and there is always more to discover!