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The Heineken Experience is a self guided interactive journey through the world of Heineken(R). You can discover the history of the company, the 4 natural ingredients of our beer, the brewing process, a tasting room and the Heineken(R) brand. At the...more
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visited the heineken experience on a solo trip. it was definitely not for a solo tripper. the tour started off boring and slow. the building has some cool features, best part was the 2 and a half beers included in tour price.
I don’t like Heineken beer, but we decided to do this tour. I would say don’t adjust your schedule to visit. If you are in the area or are looking for something to do then go.
Just don’t make it part of your “must do”...More
I'm more of an art museum guy but I enjoyed Heineken's museum. I learned about the brewery's past and how they make beer. At the end of the tour, which is not long, we got to taste fresh Heineken beer. Wow, it was FRESH! Tasty...More
Purchased the tour, so we skipped the lines. Let me say, if you purchase your tickets online don't forget to stop by the store counter, not at Heineken to get your tickets to get in. Yes, we made that mistake. You go through animation on...More
The Heineken Experience way WAY more than we expected. I recommend buying tickets ahead of time and arriving early to avoid the line. The tour was so much fun. We were able to take lots of pictures and interact with all the exhibits-- taking pictures,...More
I guess if you're a massive beer drinker this place is for you. However, for my friend and I, it was average. I was mainly interested in seeing and learning how the beer was made but I left the Heineken Experience none the wiser and...More
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