Attraction Youth

Madurodam

George Maduroplein 1, The Hague

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Type of ticket Price
Normal price € 16.50
Youth price

Location

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Opening hours

Opening hours
Day of the week Opening hours
Monday 09:00 - 20:00
Tuesday 09:00 - 20:00
Wednesday 09:00 - 20:00
Thursday 09:00 - 20:00
Friday 09:00 - 20:00
Saturday 09:00 - 20:00
Sunday 09:00 - 20:00

Madurodam is open on Christmas Day (11:00 - 17:00), Boxing Day (11:00 - 20:00), New Year's Eve (11:00 - 17:00) and New Year's Day (11:00 - 17:00).

Average

4,3

Google Reviews

  • Jennifer Trecartin

    Madurodam is certainly a spectacle that can only be truly appreciated in person. It is a tiny model city of famous landmarks and villages from towns all over the Netherlands. A few points to consider: 1. It is very interactive, so it will take more time than you think to see and interact with everything. 2. DEFINITELY go on a SUNNY day. I don't know if they close on rainy days, but the entirety of the model city is outside and NOT covered. So also, bring a hat/sunblock if there is full sunshine! 3. I went here on one of my first days in the Netherlands, and I wish I would have waited until the end of my trip so I could have more points of reference of what the actual structures look like in real life. Regardless, the monuments and model buildings are all very detailed and accurate. 4. The restaurant/cafe is very nice. It's a bit pricey, so if you want to save on food you can certainly bring your own and eat outside in the many places to eat. If you're not the pack-lunch type, the cafe definitely serves tasty food. My sister and I really enjoyed spending an afternoon here. We also walked through the park on the other side of the underpass afterward for a nice dose of nature after being around so much man-made stuff. Highly recommend doing this while in Den Haag!

    3 weeks ago
  • Robert-Jan

    Really nice park, you can do stuff yourself and you could watch a video. Unfortunately some didn't work. Nevertheless the park is full with miniatures from all over Holland, there's a big chance of spotting something you know. The park is mainly outside, with some indoor activities. There's a restaurant and playground for smaller kids. There is also a gift shop, it's not that big but they have nice things. If you visit Holland and don't want to do a road trip, this is the place to go! Please give this review a like :)

    3 weeks ago
  • jinesh kumar

    A beautifully curated place with all the important buildings of Netherlands in 1:25 scale. Some are working models such as trains, bridges. A good cafe to grab lunch or a coffee. They have a 3D printing facility where you can get a miniature of your self. All in all a good place to be with family.

    2 weeks ago
  • Bianca Varas Roman-van Ewijk

    Improved from years ago, much more interaction than just watching tiny houses.. The informational shows they have are interesting as well as amuzing (for smaller children some maybe a bit too scary even and warnings are given for some of them). We spend there few hours more than expected, especially our little son enjoyed running, seeing hearing interesting facts.

    a week ago
  • Aditya Shevade

    Amazing place. Very nice details on all the miniatures. Especially liked the trains. The moving parts add a nice touch to the whole park. I can see why kids would like it but me and my wife both enjoyed it a lot. Taking off a star because the information kiosks, lot of scenes as well as the cafe was not working/open.

    a month ago