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As one of the last extensive freshwater tidal wetlands in Northwestern Europe, De Biesbosch National Park is a haven for nature enthusiasts. Created following the St. Elizabeth flood of 1421, this marshland serves as a source of inspiration for many...more
Suggested duration: 2-3 hours
Hilweg 2, 4251 MT, National Park De Biesbosch, The Netherlands
I do speak a lil bit of dutch but Belgian dutch so i still found it hard to understand what the captain of the bout tour were saying because of the accent. The explanation or short description about the stuffs that you will see inside...More
This museum is a nice introduction into the history of the Biesbosch - from the start during a 15th century flood until the present. Not many original artifacts though, the story is mainly told by pictures, videos and stories. It is only in Dutch to...More
This was the first place that I visited in the Netherlands. It was a wonderful opportunity to learn more about the area and people from times past. I had two friends with me that were native Dutch speakers, so they could translate what was written...More
On a sunny but winterly Sunday afternoon we have visited this very nice museum which is on the north side of the Biesbosch and a fairly long drive from the highway. However the drive to the museum is already a nice road overlooking seldom seen...More
This was local Dutch beauty which was really nice but with little English and no much for the kids, it was difficult for more than a few hours without bikes to get around. Suggest the goat cheese and want honey sad which though in the...More
Visited the Museumeiland and took a boat tour to see the wildlife on the little waterways. Saw lots of migratory birds, beaver lodge, and near the Museumeiland we sw (from a distance) the first confirmed breeding osprey nest in the Netherlands. The museum shows the...More
Nice museum which teaches visitors about the history of the Biesbosch. The building is pretting impressive, as is the exhibition. Good cafe with sandwiches or soup if you're hungry. After visiting the museum you can explore the Biesbosch by water or take a walk. Lots...More
We got a magazine in English which explained in big lines what each section of the museum was about.
The museum is nice and the way the information is presented is good; unfortunately there were no English explanations