Must Visit in the Netherlands: Het Openluchtmuseum

Must Visit in the Netherlands: Het Openluchtmuseum, Arnhem, Netherlands (B)

Are you planning a trip to the Netherlands and would you like to know more about Dutch culture and history? Then you should definitely pay a visit to the Openluchtmuseum! In authentic buildings, objects and true stories you can find the Dutch history in this open air museum. The museum is located in Arnhem, in the east side of the Netherlands and it takes you back in time. From two centuries in the past until very recently. Read more, and you’ll see what you can find at the open air museum. The museum is amusing for all ages!

Some of the houses of the Jordan, a quarter in Amsterdam, has been remained and are now at the Openluchtmuseum. You can find the houses at the beginning of the park, when you leave the Canon café to start the route through the park. Until 2002, the houses were still inhabited. At the complex, you can find the Jordanian café, a postal agency and a pension for the Turkish guest workers.

You can almost daily see how the craftsmen are working. There are, among other people, a miller, a blacksmith and a paper maker demonstrating the work they do in their working areas. This give you a great image of the work and you can ask all your questions to the experts. ...... (follow the instructions below for accessing the rest of this article).
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Guide Name: Must Visit in the Netherlands: Het Openluchtmuseum
Guide Location: Netherlands » Arnhem
Guide Type: Self-guided Walking Tour (Article (B))
Author: Daphne Van Der Pol
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