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Het Nationale Park De Hoge Veluwe

  Otterlo, Nederland



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Price per piece
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Entrance ticket Park Child (6 up to 11 years)
Valid until December 31st, 2021
€ 5,00
€ 0,00
Entrance ticket Park Adult (from 12 years)
Valid until December 31st, 2021
€ 9,95
€ 0,00
Car in the Park
Valid until December 31st, 2021
€ 7,05
€ 0,00
 
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€ 0,00
Product
Entrance ticket Park Child (6 up to 11 years)
Valid until December 31st, 2021
Price per piece
€ 5,00
Total
€ 0,00
Quantity:
Entrance ticket Park Adult (from 12 years)
Valid until December 31st, 2021
Price per piece
€ 9,95
Total
€ 0,00
Quantity:
Car in the Park
Valid until December 31st, 2021
Price per piece
€ 7,05
Total
€ 0,00
Quantity:
Total
€ 0,00
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De Hoge Veluwe National Park is unique in the world due to its combination of natural beauty and art. It’s the ideal place not only to experience peace and quiet, see exceptional landscapes and wild animals, but also to take part in organised activities such as excursions, guided tours, workshops and events.

The awe-inspiring natural beauty of the 5,400-hectare Park can also be explored on your own, such as on one of the 1.800 free White Bikes. The different landscapes are continually changing: as you travel through the Park, you’ll go through varied woods, across heathland, grassland and exotic shifting sands.

NATURE AND LANDSCAPE, HISTORIC TALES, ART&ARCHITECTURE
The Park is the legacy of one of the most prominent couples in Dutch history: Anton and Helene Kröller-Müller. From 1909 onwardsthey started gradually buying plots of land: the current De Hoge Veluwe National Park. Anton was an enthusiastic hunter and Helene a passionate art collector. Their dream was to bring nature and art together.

Now, over 100 years later, we are still able to enjoy their legacy: a varied landscape and an enormous cultural collection that includes the Kröller-Müller Museum and the country house, Jachthuis Sint Hubertus.

Location

Houtkampweg 9
6731 AV, Otterlo
  
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Het Nationale Park De Hoge Veluwe

  Otterlo, Nederland


Product
Quantity
Price per piece
Total
Entrance ticket Park Child (6 up to 11 years)
Valid until December 31st, 2021
€ 5,00
€ 0,00
Entrance ticket Park Adult (from 12 years)
Valid until December 31st, 2021
€ 9,95
€ 0,00
Car in the Park
Valid until December 31st, 2021
€ 7,05
€ 0,00
 
0
Total
€ 0,00
Product
Entrance ticket Park Child (6 up to 11 years)
Valid until December 31st, 2021
Price per piece
€ 5,00
Total
€ 0,00
Quantity:
Entrance ticket Park Adult (from 12 years)
Valid until December 31st, 2021
Price per piece
€ 9,95
Total
€ 0,00
Quantity:
Car in the Park
Valid until December 31st, 2021
Price per piece
€ 7,05
Total
€ 0,00
Quantity:
Total
€ 0,00
Totaal aantal
0

De Hoge Veluwe National Park is unique in the world due to its combination of natural beauty and art. It’s the ideal place not only to experience peace and quiet, see exceptional landscapes and wild animals, but also to take part in organised activities such as excursions, guided tours, workshops and events.

The awe-inspiring natural beauty of the 5,400-hectare Park can also be explored on your own, such as on one of the 1.800 free White Bikes. The different landscapes are continually changing: as you travel through the Park, you’ll go through varied woods, across heathland, grassland and exotic shifting sands.

NATURE AND LANDSCAPE, HISTORIC TALES, ART&ARCHITECTURE
The Park is the legacy of one of the most prominent couples in Dutch history: Anton and Helene Kröller-Müller. From 1909 onwardsthey started gradually buying plots of land: the current De Hoge Veluwe National Park. Anton was an enthusiastic hunter and Helene a passionate art collector. Their dream was to bring nature and art together.

Now, over 100 years later, we are still able to enjoy their legacy: a varied landscape and an enormous cultural collection that includes the Kröller-Müller Museum and the country house, Jachthuis Sint Hubertus.
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Location

Houtkampweg 9
6731 AV, Otterlo
  
Website

Route

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Location

Houtkampweg 9
6731 AV, Otterlo
  
Website

Route

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Het Nationale Park De Hoge Veluwe

  Otterlo, Nederland

Product
Quantity
Price per piece
Total
Entrance ticket Park Child (6 up to 11 years)
Valid until December 31st, 2021
€ 5,00
€ 0,00
Entrance ticket Park Adult (from 12 years)
Valid until December 31st, 2021
€ 9,95
€ 0,00
Car in the Park
Valid until December 31st, 2021
€ 7,05
€ 0,00
 
0
Total
€ 0,00
Product
Entrance ticket Park Child (6 up to 11 years)
Valid until December 31st, 2021
Price per piece
€ 5,00
Total
€ 0,00
Quantity:
Entrance ticket Park Adult (from 12 years)
Valid until December 31st, 2021
Price per piece
€ 9,95
Total
€ 0,00
Quantity:
Car in the Park
Valid until December 31st, 2021
Price per piece
€ 7,05
Total
€ 0,00
Quantity:
Total
€ 0,00
Totaal aantal
0

De Hoge Veluwe National Park is unique in the world due to its combination of natural beauty and art. It’s the ideal place not only to experience peace and quiet, see exceptional landscapes and wild animals, but also to take part in organised activities such as excursions, guided tours, workshops and events.

The awe-inspiring natural beauty of the 5,400-hectare Park can also be explored on your own, such as on one of the 1.800 free White Bikes. The different landscapes are continually changing: as you travel through the Park, you’ll go through varied woods, across heathland, grassland and exotic shifting sands.

NATURE AND LANDSCAPE, HISTORIC TALES, ART&ARCHITECTURE
The Park is the legacy of one of the most prominent couples in Dutch history: Anton and Helene Kröller-Müller. From 1909 onwardsthey started gradually buying plots of land: the current De Hoge Veluwe National Park. Anton was an enthusiastic hunter and Helene a passionate art collector. Their dream was to bring nature and art together.

Now, over 100 years later, we are still able to enjoy their legacy: a varied landscape and an enormous cultural collection that includes the Kröller-Müller Museum and the country house, Jachthuis Sint Hubertus.