Arnhem and Nijmegen offer a lot of diversity in the field of museums, such as the Museum of Modern Art Arnhem, where you can view an important collection of Magical Realists and a high-quality collection of contemporary art. The National Park De Hoge Veluwe is home to the Kröller-Müller Museum, where you can admire the magnificent works of world-famous artists, including Vincent van Gogh, and take a walk through the beautiful sculpture garden.
In the Arnhem Nijmegen region you will also find a number of museums with special themes. In the Africa Museum you get acquainted with the richness of African cultures. In the beautifully situated outdoor museum you walk along villages and residential areas from different African countries. The Dutch Water Museum is located in the 100-year-old Park Sonsbeek in Arnhem. The museum allows children and adults to become acquainted with water in an interactive way.
Revive times of the past
A visit to the Dutch Open Air Museum is the best day out for the whole family. Step a day in the life of your father, grandfather and great-grandfather. Enjoy the beautiful museum park full of memories and admire the collection of over eighty original houses, farms and mills. In Zevenaar, the first Dutch brick / roof tile museum is the Panoven where, from 1860 onwards, more than 120 years of stone were baked in the traditional way.
The Land of Maas and Waal near Wijchen and Beuningen offers a fantastic view of earlier times through the presence of the many country estates, monumental buildings and castles. These beautiful, historic buildings can be found in a varied natural environment.
In the vicinity there is one of the largest castles in the Netherlands Kasteel Huis Bergh. Surrounded by a canal and beautiful gardens, definitely worth a visit.