No need to sit still on a relaxing day! The surroundings of Resort De Wije Werelt offer many interesting but not tiresome activities.
"I've been walking around the Veluwe for over 35 years. First as a little boy and in recent years also as a professional excursion leader. I know the southwest Veluwe like the back of my hand and I can tell you the most beautiful spots. I also know which birds and other animals are there. I am happy to share this with you, because I allow everyone to see all the beauty that lives here in the Veluwe. Have fun reading and then on the road! Enjoy the woods and heathlands and everything that runs and flies around," says bird watcher Adriaan. Discover now the 6 top tips for wildlife and bird watching in the Veluwe of bird watcher Adriaan!
This is where you can admire a world famous collection of art, predominantly from the 19th and 20th centuries. Plan your visit! © All photos courtesy of the Kröller-Müller Museum.
The world's first underground museum takes you deeper and deeper into the ground. Along the way you will encounter a lot, such as the root system of a 135 year old tree, bones of animals that have sometimes been extinct for thousands of years. Plan your visit!
The Open Air Museum brings the flow of time to a stop and brings the past back to life. This museum tries to tell true stories from the daily lives of the Dutch with old buildings, traditional clothing and objects.
The Dutch Poultry Museum can be nowhere else but Barneveld, the home of poultry. The museum will tell you all you need to know about the history of the chicken and the egg.
You will find the largest collection of Dutch wall tiles and tile pictures in the village Otterlo. At the Dutch Tile Museum, you will find the most diverse examples. In addition to the large collection of hand-painted tiles, you can find information about the development and history of Northern Dutch tiles in the museum.
The Dutch Water Museum tries to show all aspects of fresh water. Take for example a look in the water world, here you can find over fifty interactive presentations. Great fun for both young and old.
'De Passiflorahoeve' is a unique attraction located in Harskamp, on the Veluwe. This garden has many different butterfly and plant species you won't just find in any common garden.
The drifting sands in Otterlo, the Veluwe, are a unique and special natural phenomenon. It's an open area between the heaths or dunes, without any vegetation. Ask for more information at the reception.
In Kasteel Doorwerth, beautifully situated in the floodplains of the Rhine, three museums can be visited. On the moraine behind is a varied hilly landscape with forests, fields and meadows where you can enjoy walking or cycling. ©Photo GLK
Tip for the true culture lover! Jachthuis Sint Hubertus is located on National Park De Hoge Veluwe (©Photo). Former country house of the Kröller-Müller couple, book a guided tour and discover Berlage's work of art.
WHEELCHAIR-FRIENDLY - Go on an adventure in this hilly forest and enjoy the view over the vast heathland. Watch out for the ponies and Spanish Sayaguesa cattle grazing on the meadow plains at the observation post!
Want to enjoy together with the family? Then the surroundings of Resort De Wije Werelt are great! There's so much to do, that you can get out there every day! Check out the possibilities!