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Once a decade, the garden gates swing open to the International Horticultural Exhibition Floriade. Get your Floriade 2022 tickets and discover the secrets to sustainable living. The main theme of Floriade 2022 is Growing Green Cities, and will help us all explore the creative, green, sustainable solutions required to make this a reality. Learn about the latest green initiatives and sustainable technologies for horticulture, food, energy, and health. Green-thumbed experts from around the globe will be presenting their plants, flowers, and innovations. Move from pavilion to pavilion, hosted by the likes of Japan, Qatar, Indonesia, and India. Learn about balancing sustainability and modern life, and take home tips and tricks for a healthy lifestyle. The Floriade Expo is situated in an area of 60 hectares so there's always something exciting to explore around every corner. There's even an 850-meter-long cable car ride between the southern and northern sides of Floriade park.
Batavialand is a historical visitor attraction in Lelystad, the Netherlands. It takes its name from the full-scale reconstruction of the Dutch Batavia merchant ship, which sank on its maiden voyage in 1629. Batavialand contains numerous workshops and interactive museum exhibits that transport visitors back to the 17th century, providing an experience that is as educational as it is fun.
The National Museum of the Netherlands, or the Rijksmuseum, has been housed on this location since 1885. It recently underwent a ten-year, €375 million renovation. The Rijksmuseum has over 5,000 paintings (including Rembrandt's Night Watch) and has an emphasis on the Dutch Golden Age. But it's not just paintings – there are sculptures, antiques, collections of clothing and weapons, and one of the finest actively-used libraries you'll ever see. The Dutch architect P.J.H. Cuypers designed this elegant building, and even put himself in the design as one of the statues on the roof.
The Van Gogh Museum displays over 200 of Vincent van Gogh's works, including landscapes, still lifes and drawings, and letters. By displaying them alongside works from Van Gogh's contemporaries, viewers get real insights into his life and work. The museum itself is comprised of two buildings. The main building, designed by Gerrit Rietveld, Joan van Dillen, and J. van Tricht, opened in 1973. The second building, designed by Japanese architect Kisho Kurokawa was added in 1999. Located in Amsterdam's Museumplein (along with the Stedelijk and Rijksmuseum), the Van Gogh Museum is one of the most-visited museums in the Netherlands.
The Heineken Experience is located in the original Heineken Brewery. Gerard Adriaan Heineken bought this building back in 1863 when it was the De Hooiberg brewery. He then turned it towards the production of his eponymous beer. The building remained a brewery all the way up to 1988. It was then that it became a museum (and hotspot for Heineken consumption). Located in the vibrant neighborhood of De Pijp, the Heineken Experience is ideally situated for a canal cruise, and some city exploration that takes you away from the hustle and bustle of Dam Square. Since 2001, it's been the world-famous Heineken Experience. After a year-long update and redesign in 2008, the Heineken Experience is more Heineken-y and Experience-y than ever before.
The main purpose of ARTIS, the oldest zoo in the Netherlands, is to stimulate the care and love for nature. There are 27 historical buildings in the 140,000 m2 of the park. It's tucked away in a leafy green part of the city (the 'Plantage' District), and is a lovely place for nature lovers.
Madame Tussauds is located in the center of Amsterdam at the ever-busy Dam Square. Founded by wax sculptor Marie Tussaud in the 18th century, this iconic wax museum chain has locations in many cities across the globe, including London, Berlin, New York, Las Vegas, Hong Kong, and Shanghai, and of course, the Dutch capital. Madame Tussauds Amsterdam is home to hundreds of historical and royal figures, film and sports stars, and immersive themed galleries. The museum encourages an interactive approach to the wax figures – so go ahead and hug your favorite celebrity crush! Madame Tussauds has been a central fixture in Amsterdam since 1971, with its first location at the Kalverstraat, before being moved to the Dam Square, where it can't be missed – and definitely shouldn't!
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The Singer Laren Museum is an art gallery, theater, and exhibition space located in Laren, North Holland. The museum is roughly one hour east of Amsterdam when travelling by public transport.
The Modern Contemporary (Moco) Museum Amsterdam is housed inside Villa Alsberg, a 1904 townhouse in the middle of Amsterdam Museumplein. High-profile guest curators and exhibitions highlight some of the modern world's best contributors to the art world. Eduard Cuypers, cousin of Rijksmuseum designer Pierre Cuypers, designed the townhouse, making it a sight to see in itself. But the work inside is absolutely phenomenal; two current attractions showcase the work of street art activist Banksy, and pop artist extraordinaire, Andy Warhol.