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Free until 1 year old
My baby boy had a blast and I enjoyed seeing him enjoy so much
He also took out a lot of energy and slept for 2 hours afterwards
Well worth going
Even for older children . . I would definitely...More
Bathrooms and food area were clean, but the playground equipment was a bit old and dated in some parts. The concept is really neat as it is located underneath the ground in an old parking deck. I was expecting a bit more of a newer...More
Q: What to do with kids when it's raining in Amsterdam A: Come here. For under 9€ your little Ines and early teenagers can play all day. The areas inside this underground arenas are well lit are clearly labled with age groups which is self...More
I've been to my share of soft play zones as the mum of 2 toddlers and I have a love hate relationship with them. I love that soft play is an enclosed space for the toddlers but it can be a bit hectic, noisy and...More
What to do with your rambunctious youngsters who have walked or biked more than ever before when the fickle weather of A'dam turns inclement? You've hit the amazing Scheepvaart Maritime Museum, the Rijksmuseum, the Van Gogh, even the Dutch Resistance Museum and the Holocaust Museum......More
The eastern edge of central Amsterdam provides visitors with the chance to imagine the city that Rembrandt called home (and to tour his historic house) while shopping like the thriftiest of locals at Waterlooplein’s massive flea market, or even enjoying a craft beer beside the tallest wooden windmill in The Netherlands. This verdant, serene, and stately part of town is home to Artis Royal Zoo, one of Europe’s
oldest (and still best kept) zoos, and Hortus Botanicus, one of the oldest botanical gardens in the world. It's also an ideal setting for the Dutch outpost of St Petersburg’s Hermitage.