Top 10 Dutch amusement parks
Find out what the best amusement parks in the Netherlands are! This post will describe 10 parks where you can have a great day fun with roller coasters, playgrounds, thrill rides and water parks. Please note that the entry prices and opening dates are subject to change without notice, so always check the website of the amusement park for the newest information. Enjoy!
This is definitely the most famous attraction park of the Netherlands! It opened in 1952 and is among the oldest theme parks in the world. It is the largest themepark of the Netherlands and focus on (Dutch) fairytales. The park has many attraction for daredevils, like rollercoasters, river rapid rides or a bobsleigh ride, but also attraction for little children like a fairytale forest or a 3D cinema. You can also overnight in this park. I have stayed once a night in a holiday home. The houses are big, clean, cozy and very suitable for families. It is a great park!
From €36,50 and €34,50 (online), kids under 3 years free. Open: all year round.
Walibi World (formerly Six Flags) (Biddinghuizen)
This is the best attraction park in the Netherlands (if you are a real daredevil). The highest and fastest roller coaster of Holland and Belgium can be found in Walibi World. The park has many more exciting attractions like a free fall, river rapid ride or a skydiver. You can also overnight in this park.
From €33,50 and €27,50 (online), kids under 3 years free. Open: April 14, 2017 up to October 29, 2017.
Amusement Park Duinrell (Wassenaar)
“A splashing day out or a fun family holiday”! This attraction park is a combination of an outside attraction park and an inside pool with many fantastic waterslides. Tikibad (the indoor pool) has the longest water slides in the Netherlands and is the largest indoor pool of the Benelux (Belgium, Netherlands and Luxembourg). They also have bungalows or a family camping site where you can stay the night.
The entry price of this park depends on how long you would like to stay in the pool and if you would like to combine your pool visit with a visit to the outside attraction park. A 4-hours ticket for the pool will cost you €15,00.
Themepark and Resort Slagharen (Slagharen)
This park is a nice to visit. It has six themed areas; Wild West, Mexican, New Orleans, Yellowstone Jules Verne Adventureland and American Indian offering many rides, attractions, shows, parades and street theatre.
From €27,50 and €12,50 (online), kids under 4 years free. Open: April 2017 up to October 2017.
Madurodam (The Hague)
This is a miniature park and tourist attraction in the Scheveningen district of The Hague in the Netherlands. The park shows a number of important architectural landmarks and/or institutions of the Netherlands.
From €16,50 and €13,00 (online), kids under 3 years free. Open: all year round.
Drievliet (The Hague)
There are many attractions for families, small children, but also some attractions for daredevils. Whether you prefer taking one of the roller coasters for a merry up-and-down ride, have a thrill in the ghost train or have some fun watching one of the shows, it is all possible in Drievliet. The park also has a park theater, a 5D cinema and a jungle show.
From €21,50 and €19,50 (online), kids under 1 meter free. Open: April 2017 up to October 2017.
Adventurepark Hellendoorn (Hellendoorn)
This is another theme park in the Netherlands with more than 30 different rides, attractions and shows, including roller coasters and a waterpark with slides.
From €22,50 and €21,50 (online), kids under 3 years free. Open: April 2017 up to October 2017.
Toverland Amusement Park (Sevenum)
Toverland Amusement Park offers more than 30 attractions and rides for young and old, outside as well as inside. The park offers a special winter edition from November till January with lots of special events. Most of the attractions are for small children.
Regular winter ticket from €17,00 and €16,00 (online), kids under 90 centimeters free. Open: all year round.
Julianatoren dates from 1910 and is the oldest theme park in the Netherlands. The park was named after the late Dutch queen Juliana. The park is built around the Queen Juliana Tower, which an official monument. The park has more than 60 rides. Most of them are for children till 12 years.
From €22,50 and €17,50 (online), kids under 3 years free. Open: April 2017 up to October 2017.
This park is a fairytale wonderland for little children. It has a playground, little zoo, gnome village and other attractions.
From €9,95, kids under 2 years free. Open: April 2017 up to October 2017.
I have visited the Efteling, Walbi World, Duinrell, Slagharen and Hellendoorn. Walibi World is my favourite! Have you already visited one of 10 amusement parks? Which one is your favourite?
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