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All reviews beautiful castle guided tour the bus public transport rose garden entrance fee dining room sunny day definitely worth a visit pierre cuypers long walk lovely grounds deer park famous guests nice visit own pace the ground floor
The Kasteel de Haar is magnificent. It is in a lovely setting on beautiful grounds We spent hours admiring the architecture, amazing craftsmanship, and beautiful artwork found throughout the castle. Then we strolled the grounds and enjoyed the tranquil setting: swans, well manicured lawn and...More
This castle has been rebuilt in the XIX century. The visit is not about long lessons of Dutch history but about the life of the owner family. The castle has been rebuilt with excruciating detail resulting in very nice interior and impecable exterior facade. Recently...More
Kasteel de Haar was on my must see list for the Netherlands. Luckily I made it there! And I loved it!
I am intrigued with castles .. and the details within Kasteel de Haar are so intricate .. the wallpaper, the cornices, the doorways, the...More
You don't even need to go in this amazing Castle (but do). Grounds are stunning, and the Castle is breathtaking. Inside is OK, they really push the celebrities that have been there to party. Would have like to have seen more of the inside, what...More
Do not expect the middle age history coming out from the castle walls. It is a XIX century re-build castle. Interesting interior, few nice rooms and a spectacular kitchen. The park is a relaxing, nice place where to spend a family day. It is not...More
i've been to europe almost 20 times. I'm castled out...but after arriving in utrecht my wife suggested we rent bikes and ride out to this. I was all for it, because the pictures in guidebooks looked pretty cool, plus I needed to bank some calories...More
If you are an experienced European castle visitor, this interior is missable. The tour is on the expensive side (16e) and you see very little. Built in the late 1800's it has been furnished to look old, but in reality none of the furnishings are...More