Linnaeushof, according to its own data, the largest playground in Europe, is located in Bennebroek, near Haarlem. Actually, it's something between a playground and an amusement park - there is actually quite a lot of attraction here, not just those located under the open sky - there is as well a roofed section providing many ideas for spending the leisure time (eg electric cars). The park was previously a botanical garden, where the famous botanist Carl Linnaeus worked.
The Linnaeushof itself exists in its current form for over 50 years and offers over 350 attractions - from the traditional devices, as seen on other playgrounds (eg giant sandbox), through sports and water fun (eg water slides). There is also a large section of equipment intended for children on wheelchairs.
There are regular musical shows held which can appeal not only to the youngest visitors.
Copyright by LinnaeushofAdress:
Rijksstraatweg 4, BennebroekGallery:
usually from 10:00 to 18:00, in autumn till 17:00Tickets adults:
seasonal: 45 EUR, for the child and parent: 90 EUR
- Tickets for seniors (65 +): 9 EUR
- Parking fee: 5 EUR