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#1 of 5 Museums in Noordwijk
Best, most interactive museum ever!
Very interesting museum with a lot of things to do and to see.
#2 of 5 Museums in Noordwijk
The location of this museum (in an old German WW2 munitions bunker) adds incredible atmosphere and realism as soon as you walk in.
This Museum shows a unique collection of stories and facts of brave dutch people during the occupation of Holland from Nazi Germany.
#3 of 5 Museums in Noordwijk
We've had the pleasure to visit this museum today and learned a lot about the history of this place.
The museum has good exhibits and explanations in English.
Katwijks Museum Katwijk 5.1 km away
#1 of 2 Museums in Katwijk
The museum provides a very good introduction into the history of the town and the everyday living conditions of the people around 17-18 centuries and on.
Surprisingly interesting museum
Molenmuseum de Valk Leiden 9.4 km away
#1 of 15 Museums in Leiden
We were able to climb and enjoy all the levels in the windmill without the crowds associated with other windmill museums.
The museum includes a video history of windmills and a well preserved miller's residence and plenty of steep ladders to climb, level by level, up to see the inner workings of the mill.
Museum Volkenkunde Leiden 9.5 km away
#2 of 15 Museums in Leiden
BUT buy a museum year ticket (60 euro) and you can split this visit in two... and see all the other museums in the Netherlands for a year for free as well!!
'Cool Japan' is the latest of the special exhibitions hosted by the museum (from yesterday to mid-September) and it is stunning.
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#1 of 1 Museums in Oegstgeest
One of the best museums in Netherlands
With our whole family (15+ persons) we visited Corpus and enjoyed all the hours we spend (between 2 and 3 hours), Everybody should (must) visit this museum with lots of interesting interactive knowledge one has to...
#3 of 15 Museums in Leiden
Right across from here is a selection of popular museums as well, but the Rijks easily gathers a crowd, so come early and then take some afternoon sun in the garden right next door.
I have grown up in museums and with some very well respected art historians.
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#4 of 15 Museums in Leiden
This is one of the best museums to go to to get a very good flavour of both Dutch old history as well as European and Egyptian history.
If you thought Natural History museums had to be stuffy and messy like in London and New York, think again!
Rijksmuseum Boerhaave Leiden 9.8 km away
#5 of 15 Museums in Leiden
Inspiring: one of my all time favourite museums.
There are many science museums elsewhere, but the Boerhaave is a very special one.
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Het Spinozahuis Rijnsburg 5.8 km away
#1 of 1 Museums in Rijnsburg
The small museum offers visitors a very personable insight into the life and work of Baruch Spinoza.Entry fee 3,50;Museumjaarkaart gratis.The philosopher of Portugese Jewish descent sought refuge in a room in this...
This is a modest museum containing incredible resources and riches.
Museum De Lakenhal Leiden 9.6 km away
#7 of 15 Museums in Leiden
De Lakenhal is a museum about Leiden in earlier centuries - from very old coins and equipment to the rich golden century to famous painters over the last couple of centuries.
This small museum is really well presented - about to have a major renovation.
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Labadie Katwijk 5.1 km away
#2 of 2 Museums in Katwijk
Sieboldhuis Leiden 9.9 km away
#8 of 15 Museums in Leiden
This museum shows intricate Japanese art and daily life items of 17th century when Siebolt was a medical doctor on the iland off Japan where only the Dutch were allowed for trade with Japan.
This small museum on the Rapenburg (lovely street!) is a gem worth checking out about life in Japan in the mid 19th century.