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O Museu Aberto da Holanda (holandês: Openluchtmuseum) é um museu e parque ao ar livre localizado em Arnhem, na Holanda. O museu é dedicado à cultura e história folclóricas holandeses, com foco nos séculos XIX e XX. A coleção do museu inclui mais de 150 edifícios históricos, fazendas e usinas de toda a Holanda, que foram realocadas para o terreno do museu. O museu também possui uma coleção de mais de 200.000 objetos, incluindo móveis, ferramentas, roupas e brinquedos.
O museu é dividido em várias seções, cada uma com um tema diferente. A seção sobre vida holandesa no século 19 inclui uma réplica de uma pequena cidade, completa com uma igreja, escola e correios. A seção sobre a vida holandesa no século XX inclui uma réplica de uma rua da cidade com lojas, um bonde e um escritório de trabalho. O museu também tem uma seção sobre história holandesa, com exposições sobre a Era de Ouro holandesa, a Companhia Holandesa das Índias Orientais e as Índias Ocidentais holandesas.
O museu está aberto diariamente das 9:00 às 17:00. A entrada é de € 15 para adultos, € 7,50 para crianças de 6 a 12 anos e gratuita para crianças menores de 6 anos.
🕒 Horário de abertura
- Monday: 10:00 AM – 5:00 PM
- Tuesday: 10:00 AM – 5:00 PM
- Wednesday: 10:00 AM – 5:00 PM
- Thursday: 10:00 AM – 5:00 PM
- Friday: 10:00 AM – 5:00 PM
- Saturday: 10:00 AM – 5:00 PM
- Sunday: 10:00 AM – 5:00 PM
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🗣️ Netherlands Open Air Museum: Opiniões
Fascinating place to see the history of development in the Netherlands mainly from 1800 onwards. We spent 6 hours at the venue and only covered just over half of the exhibits, Google indicated an average of a 2 hour visit.... Don't believe Google!!! During the summer season lots of people demonstrating old crafts and happy to discuss how it was done.
Very interesting experience, very beautiful and faithfully transferred to the present some past time. There are quite enough topics to spend a whole day in the museum.
I have been there twice, both the times I enjoyed my visit, thanks to the fantastic people working there really very much. From entering till end you feel the efforts and hardwork they've put in to it. I was so curious about the paper making process and so I asked the nice attendant a question, not only she answered me in full detail, she explained us the whole process thoroughly and patiently. She even just for us demonstrated the whole process! I have not yet seen this much amount of passion and dedication anywhere else. I would highly recommend visiting the museum. It is definitely worth a while and then some. They've their own kind of public transport (for which you don't need any extra tickets) for those who can't walk long stretch.
Eu tive muita sorte de pegar isso em um bom dia de clima! O lugar é enorme e há muito o que ver. Eu acho que só vi 2% disso. Eu estava com um grupo de pessoas em uma turnê e o guia era muito experiente e realmente queria que entendessemos o que estávamos vendo. Você realmente precisa vir algumas vezes para ver tudo e está definitivamente na minha lista de revisit.
Terrific place! We had a conference here but the place is so massive that you could hardly tell us apart from the rest of the patrons. It helped tremendously that the weather was exceptionally good
Este maravilhoso museu ao ar livre é uma experiência fascinante a ser apreciada. Certifique -se de começar sua viagem com uma carona no bonde para ter uma idéia do que o museu tem a oferecer. Cada bonde impede você para uma vila temática diferente. É surpreendente ver como a Holanda evoluiu com o tempo e a maneira como vivemos. Há tantos detalhes dados à história dos edifícios e os atores também ajudam a melhorar a experiência geral. Infelizmente, fomos um dia muito úmido, então não vimos tudo o que havia para oferecer. As instalações são ótimas e limpas. Existem rampas para aqueles em cadeiras de rodas. Há uma adorável loja de presentes no centro de informações.
Museu realmente ótimo com belos edifícios da Holanda. Sinalização fácil de entender se você fala apenas inglês ou alemão. Muitos atores da história viva, mesmo no dia molhado e frio e frio em que fomos. As pequenas lojas temáticas para comprar produtos à moda antiga são os meus favoritos e até tinham uma opção vegana na padaria!
Beautiful country park with almost too much to see in one day! Brilliant examples of Dutch historian houses, buildings, crafts and other history. Each place has a right amount of information in different forms, to keep you informed and not overwhelmed. The historical trams can bring you to each location, but on foot is very doable. Various places to eat, drink or buy a snack and a playpark for energetic children. Anyway, the whole museum is very suitable to bring your children, even the small ones. Highly recommendable to enjoy a day trefelling through history
A lovely museum to travel through time and understand Dutch culture and way of living over years. The museum has 2 sections: The open air museum and the cannon. I personally liked the open air museum more. It has various sections/themes with a playing area for kids in the middle and plenty of eating options. There are trams running inside the museum area which one can use to get from Point-A to B. In good weather the place looks quite serene.
Probably one of my new favourite museums in the Netherlands. Well spaced out. Lots of history. Great for kids. Definitely worth a visit.
Amazing place, we also had lunch at the first bar/ restaurant near the entrance, but there wasn't an English menu, please provide for foreign people. Hower the experience was great
Great way to spend the day. Allows a window into the Dutch past. Really great for young kids. Has a train to get around the park easier, loads of windmills. Demonstrations and workshops of old arts.
Great selection of buildings. I appreciated the tram and van gend and loos selection. Loved the different windmills. Pumping water sawing and turn grain into flour. Dutch know how to use wind energy.
It was a nice experience. They have many nice buildings and several demonstrations of the way things were in the past.
Great Museum, children will very like this place, we can walk everywhere easily. Many interesting information here, please visit if you go to Arnhem
The Open Air Museum is a great way to spend a day in the summer on a weekend. There are so many amazing building from across the Netherlands rebuilt in this ideal setting. It’s like a mini tour of the Netherlands and history at the same time. There are several restaurants and eateries you can stop at, as well as children areas and playgrounds. Really great place for the whole family!
The really interesting exhibition led to great discussions about society in our group. Great inclusion of modern topics (freedom) and seasonal things (pride month). The pride month exhibition was very well done. They also have good fries
We went to the Zomeravonden (in August) and it was great! You enter in the afternoon and still be able to visit most of the place. There is a tram that takes you around the park and there are events (for adult and children) and food festival scattered in four places around the museum. You can pay with cash or card in the food festival (no munten). It is definitely worth to visit and spend the rest of the afternoon and evening there (specially with the nice weather).
Wonderful museum Well laid out. Lots of information in a number of languages Varied buildings covering 600 years Served by a tram system all round the park with vintage trams. Lots of non intrusive facilities
It's great place to go with people from all ages. In addition to the gorgeous exhibition of houses, there are a lot of places to eat and drink something and it is very entertaining for kids.
Nice place to visit and learn more about how Dutch lived their lives in the past. Free with museum card.
Very interesting. Historical places, beautiful park, large children's location.
We had a real nice time walking through time! A real recommendation for visitors in the Netherlands!
The food and drinks are on the expensive side of the spectrum, but the view is amazing the staff is very friendly and I highly recommend this place during summer times when all the plants are blooming. Other than that it is a very informative place to have a little peek into history.
Lugar incrível para se visitar, especialmente quando o tempo está bom. Muitas casas antigas formam a Holanda coletada em um só lugar, perfeito para aprender sobre a história holandesa. Muito crianças amigáveis, com terreno Paly e linha de bonde dedicada ao redor de todo o parque. Localizado nos arredores de Arnhem nas colinas e cercado por bosques. Uma espécie de um imperdível na Holanda.
One of best museums to understand/learn/ have fun in Netherlands for family. It's included in Museum Kaart. It's must visit if you or your kid is enthusiastic of evolution of living standards. It's a collection of time capsules of Netherlands heritage. Plan for one complete day visit. You would never feel tired as you have hop on and hop off tram within the park. There are few restaurants with good food within the park and also you have ample place to enjoy your food from home. It's better to bike from Arnhem central station, you will come across beautiful cycle paths. Arnhem is one of the best cities to travel on bike on sunny days and enjoying scenic landscape.
One of the best open air museums in the Netherlands. Here you can see some of the Dutch history of the last 2-3 hundred years. Mainly focus on the country life but also village and city life.
It's really good to spend the day over there! We couldn't feel time passing by because it was so interesting! It's really good to understand a bit more about The Netherlands and a great place to bring the kids! Totally recommend it! The explanations about the economy situation and life condition during different periods is really helpful to bring you back in time and understand a bit what the population was experiencing back then
Great museum...going back in time, kids experiencing the old way of washing, rinsing etc...history, beautiful gardens, funfair, great food, playgrounds, live music, travelling by old trams, people demonstrating how things were done in the old days...have to come back again!!
The great museum and a great weekend activity for whole family especially for the kids. You can see and feel the historical dutch daily life
We had a fantastic visit at the museum! You can ride an old fashioned tram, children can play at the playground or just sit at the cafe. Dogs are welcome too!
Amazing experience, the museum is quite big so you need at least 3 hours. There is a tram bringing you around the museum if you don’t feel like walking. The museum really brings you back in time, the details are amazing. You can then walk to the Burgers zoo, its a 10 minute walk. We combined both locations in 1 day, a lot of walking but definitely worth it.
This is one the best museums to visit in the Netherlands. Offering an interactive look at dutch life and giving context to today’s culture. There are windmills, shops, a train, and building installations of a variety of eras and province’s that showcase a side of the Netherlands you don’t see anywhere else. There is even a little local brewery with their own beer. It’s a must see!
A very fun museum! We were very lucky with the amazing weather. It's a great place to peacefully walk around and learn about the old Dutch farms. They also show some old skills used back in the days. Enough eateries and places to have a drink. We were just a bit disappointed that they didn't sell big breads at the bakery, just small sweet cookies etc.
If you want to know how the Dutch lived and worked in the early 1900, beautiful how they basically picked up old houses, farms, factories and rebuild them back in this museum. Loads to do for the young ones (3-12) and for the adults loads to see.
The perfect place for weekend gateaway for your family or couple. The place deserved so much recommendation because there is so much to see and do in here. Every displays and basically the entire museum are built with much passion and thought for detail. The museum also situationed in a really nice place with lot of tree, meadow, and river. I basically feel no stress here.
Great outdoor museum in lovely forested setting showing off historic houses from different areas. Good educational description, also in English. Interactive areas and playgrounds for kids are available. Also nice cafés with tasty food, better than you would expect in this kind of place.
A very interesting place for kids and adults. A big place with church, hospital, school, houses, restaurants and etc in the old days. A fair kids playground. And there are many programs that kids can join, too. They can learn how to make paper, candies, washing clothes. They have their own house-made beer. Frites sell in the restaurant are very delicious, a little expensive, though.