We had previously been to the Open Air Museum in Arnhem and enjoyed it, but the website for this one intrigued us as it covered different time periods. The directions were not bad, but watch out for the parking area as it outside a local diving school test track and the exit is a bit tricky. However, once we we found the entrance, the pricing was very reasonable. There was information available in English and we were told that the staff, who were in costume, would speak English as a matter of course. Those staff were very well informed and polite and our kids had a great time cutting wood in the Iron Age village as well as collecting local, well marked plants, to make an infusion that would have been drunk at that time. The young lady in the workhouse, was very eloquent and spoke better English than I do as we quizzed her about the candle making our children were doing. The viking long hut was an eye opener too with costumes for the boys to try on and swords to swing ... under supervision of course. All in all an excellent three hours. Thoroughly recommended.
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