Giethoorn is a unique and lovely family holiday destination in Holland. It is a tiny village that is surrounded by canals. It is different from Amsterdam in the sense that it has a typical rural architecture. Here, you can rent an electric boat and navigate to any place that you like.
More of an educational park, this train museum is very appealing and interactive. You can wander freely and explore the incredible historical machine: check out the interiors to see different types of cabins that were used in the past. There is even a play about the Orient Express that you can watch. You can take your kids to the Jumbo Express and so much more. This is an incredible place for your family.
A family holiday vacation in Holland must also include a stop at UNESCO world heritage site Kinderdijk. This appealing spot boasts nineteen historic windmills in a unique landscape that is surrounded by cow pastures and canals. There is plenty of biking and walking paths for easy exploration.
In Holland's capital you will find no end of brilliant attractions for the whole family. There's the Nemo Science Museum, a renowned attraction which teaches children about the beautiful world of science. The collection houses approximately 17,000 technological artifacts, and there are hundreds of games that you can touch and play, so it is an excellent place for your entire family. There is even an open-air exhibition Energetica on the roof of the Nemo building. Another museum worth your time is The Van Gogh Museum. This is one of the most child-friendly museums, as it encourages kids to hunt painting treasures. This comes at no charge, and you can get all the information you need at the info desk. Complete tasks, answer questions and win a gift hamper. Not far from here is Artis Royal Zoo, the oldest zoo in Holland and among the most famous attractions in the country. Here, you can see more than 750 species of animal, including elephants and giraffes. You will also find an aquarium next door, multiple playgrounds, a planetarium, and Micropia, the only museum of microbes.