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Private Guided Tour of Center and Prehistoric Antiquities Museum with Art Historian in Leiden
"Meet your professional experienced guide at 10:15am and start your tour in the inner courtyard of the central courtyard of the RMO Museum of Antiquities. This hall opens at 10am every day except on Mondays. Your guide will tell you stories of how art objects functioned in the cultures of Greece Rome and during Dutch prehistory. He will also explain the manner of acquiring these magnificent art objects. Enjoy a little coffee break inside the museum hall or outside in the old cafes in the city center (on your own expense). you may make your choice of ONE of the great local museums: Seventeenth Century paintings in the Lakenhal; Medical history in the Boerhaave museum or to see extensive exhibitions of world cultures in the Ethnology (Volkenkunde) museum. Alternatively if a large quiet garden is preferred you can also visit the Botanical garden. All of these institutions are rooted in the age-old Leiden University centered on Rapenburg Canal."""
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Private Guided Tour of Center and Prehistoric Antiquities Museum with Art Historian in Leiden
"Meet your professional experienced guide at 10:15am and start your tour in the inner courtyard of the central courtyard of the RMO Museum of Antiquities. This hall opens at 10am every day except on Mondays. Your guide will tell you stories of how art objects functioned in the cultures of Greece Rome and during Dutch prehistory. He will also explain the manner of acquiring these magnificent art objects. Enjoy a little coffee break inside the museum hall or outside in the old cafes in the city center (on your own expense). you may make your choice of ONE of the great local museums: Seventeenth Century paintings in the Lakenhal; Medical history in the Boerhaave museum or to see extensive exhibitions of world cultures in the Ethnology (Volkenkunde) museum. Alternatively if a large quiet garden is preferred you can also visit the Botanical garden. All of these institutions are rooted in the age-old Leiden University centered on Rapenburg Canal."""
From EUR300.00
 
Hop-On-Hop-Off Dutch Intercity Tour from Amsterdam to The Hague
"Start your sightseing tour at the Museumplein in Amsterdam where you will find three major museums: Van Gogh Museum Rijksmuseum and the Museum of contemporary art. During this unique tour learn more about the history of Amsterdam why the national airport is named “Schiphol” and the importance of water management for a country that lies 30% below sea level. Head off to Leiden and hear more about one of the oldest cities of the Netherlands. Leiden is a beautiful historical c you will pass a green area where many ambassadors and famous Dutch people live. It is also the residence of the Royals. You will continue the route along the ‘Rijksstraatweg’; King Napoleon gave instructions to build this road so that the connection Leiden and Amsterdam would be better. Car admirers have the opportunity to visit one of the oldest private collections of automobiles in the world at Louwman Museum. Famous cars such as
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More Restaurants in Keukenhof

Dragon Cafe

Ok who would come to a small town in the Netherlands for Asian food. However I had heard good things about this place and eating here is much less crowded than trying to eat at the Keukenhof Gardens....
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TooTallFinn24
Sep 14, 2011

Lisse "Food Stalls" and fixed resto places

I don't want to critize the food facilities in Keukenhof. But i try to be realistic.Food is not a main goal/topic of revenues in the garden of Europe. First is the flower exhibition. But in other...
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Luchonda
Apr 23, 2008

Restaurants, icecream and hotdog stands

In the Keukenhof you will find a variety of restaurants, a fast food outlet and at various points in the park icecream stands, hotdog stands ('broodje worst') and softdrinks. I also saw a lot of...
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ATLC
Apr 21, 2008

The Hoofdingang Pavilion

We came to Keukenhof wiyhout having had breakfast and were thankful to find this place just beyond the entrance. It is cafeteria style but they were serving fresh made apple tarts (like a pie) or...
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hquittner
Sep 20, 2006

Eating and drinking in the park

€ 4,50 for a pre-prepared sandwich with cheese, ham and a slice of egg is just too much. The sandwiches did nod even look fresh. There are enough places to sit down and eat your own food. My advice is...
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Roggeveen
May 14, 2005

Cafes, restaurants, and street vendors

Keukenhof has enough cafes and resturants to choose from. There are many terraces around the park and they really inviet to sit and relax on a sunny day. You can enjoy your coffee listening to the...
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Nathalie_B
Apr 03, 2005
 
 
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Self service

Near the entrance of the bus parking Narcis, you find a big self service restaurant. There is a nice terras outside and quite some space inside the restaurant. They serve sandwiches and cakes and...
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irisbe
May 11, 2004

What to eat?

The park offers four big restaurants, situated in the four pavilions. Here you can choose between sandwiches, soup, salads and some warm meals. The restaurants are all self service and you can sit...
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Helga67
Apr 13, 2004

Coffee break among the flowers

There are many cafes in the garden area - from fast food and icecream cafes to places which offer a more serious lunch. Most of them have tables outside letting you to enjoy the scenery while having...
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PeteNL
Jan 14, 2004

There are some places to eat

There are quite some places where you can find something to eat in the Keukenhof. As in every tourist place you pay too much for your drinks so it is better to take along your own stuff.We were really...
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martin_nl
Sep 28, 2003

Best (sandwich) saucage of the Netherlands!

Although sold at "touristic prices" you can hardly resist buying something extra at one of the many stands.It varies from saucages to jmammmmie Swirls. I didn't knew what a swirl was until Martin...
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irisbe
May 15, 2003

Take-Out

Self ServiceThere were several other soda and waffel stands on the grounds. The garden has one sit down cafe located near the Labyrinthe. The Netherlands is the only place I will be seen in public...
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jenn_d
Jan 02, 2003

Hotels Near Keukenhof

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Westerdreef 49, , Lisse, Zuid-Holland 2161 EN
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3e Poellaan 76, Lisse, 2161, The Netherlands
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Langevelderlaan 45, Noordwijk, 2204 BC, The Netherlands
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Langelaan 3, Noordwijkerhout, Noordwijk, Zuid-Holland, 2211, The Netherlands
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Duindamseweg 7, Noordwijk, 2204, The Netherlands
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Venneperweg 471, Nieuw-Vennep, 2153 AD, nl
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Things to Do Near Keukenhof

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Keukenhof

Do not buy the Tulip Bulbs at Keukenhof Gardens. Although they will not tell you and you will find Nothing written about this - the tulip bulbs they sell at Keukenhof are considered to be ANNUALS. All...
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Canal Tour

As we walked along the the embankment of Spaarne River/ Canal we found there were several small boats offering tours. These were mostly open boats offering a similar service to what is offered on the...
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Frans Hals Museum

I always imagined the Frans Hals Museum as being a big building like the Rijksmuseum at Amsterdam. Nothing could be in greater contrast when I saw the real museum for the first time unexpected. It was...
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St. Bavo Cathedral

I really liked this ancient church. Its entrance is not obvious at all. Basically, you go right round the back and enter through a small shop in a small attached building and then through an even...
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Teylers Museum

The oldest museum in the Netherlands is a wonderful trip back into the 18th and19th century. It was founded in 1778 with the fortune of the cloth merchant Pieter Teyler who also possessed an art...
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Grote Markt

The Stadthuis is one of the three buildings which really stand out on Haarlem's Grote Markt (the others being St Bavo and the Vleeshal). It stands on the west of the square. Originally, from around...
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Top 5 Keukenhof Writers

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ATLC

"A sunny trip to Keukenhof"
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Helga67

"A very colourful garden"
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Luchonda

"World of flowers/plants"
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irisbe

"A trip to the famous Keukenhof"
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Roggeveen

"World famous flower garden"
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