Things to do



Nowhere else in the world are the flowers and colours of the spring as glorious as at Keukenhof. Here you can find endless inspiration while you relax in the beautiful surroundings of the park. Keukenhof offers you the opportunity to see millions of bulbs in flower, fantastic flower shows and the largest sculpture park in the Netherlands and is the most photographed place in the world. Enjoy the spring! Come to Keukenhof above all don’t forget to bring your camera!

Amusement park Duinrell!


Discover the holiday world nearby the dutch North Sea Coast that both parents and children never want to leave! Enjoy the fun-filled amusement park, the tropical Tiki Pool, the theme restaurants and the countless opportunities for sport and relaxation. Duinrell offers holidays for the whole family, all year round.

All about Space


Space Expo is Europe’s first permanent space exhibition. Space Expo is also the visitors’ centre for ESA in the Netherlands, the European Space Agency’s largest technical establishment. See what it was like for the first men on the Moon. Experience the simulated launch of an Ariane rocket ‘live’. Discover the world of satellites with the test models of European space missions. Find out all about astronauts and see how they live and work in space.

Panorama Tulipland


Panorama Tulipland in Voorhout is a relatively new tourist attraction in the heart of the Dutch bulb fields. One of the attractions is the Panorama of the bulb fields (Bollenstreek), an impressive work of art (63 meters long and 4 meters high) that forms part of a circle to give the visitors the idea that they are standing in the flowering bulb fields. The painter started his work in 1997 and finished in 2008. It is the worlds largest and most colourful flower-panorama. A fantastic sight!

Welcome to Madurodam!


For more than 55 years Madurodam has been the smallest city in the Netherlands. Canals, gabled houses and all kinds of other typical Dutch scenes: the miniature city offers you the highlights of the Netherlands on a scale 1:25.



National Museum of Natural History