National Parc De Hoge Veluwe
National Park De Hoge Veluwe is a private nature reserve with 5,400 hectares of forest, moors, fen and drifting sand. Inside the park you will find miles of cycling and hiking roads. Learn about nature by exploring or by taking a look at the underground museum; the Museonder. Ofcourse you can also explore the world famous Kröller Müller museum with the second largest van Gogh collection in the world.
For more information take a look at www.hogeveluwe.nl/en/
Walking and cycling
The Park's different landscapes are home to a wide diversity of plant and animal species.
From the rare Fritillary to the imposing Red Deer, from the Alcon Blue to the Dwarf Viper's-grass; they all live in the Park. The Park is also home to dozens of Red List species, such as the Wheatear, the Wryneck, the Moor Frog and the Grass Snake.
Cycling is the ideal way to explore the park, especially since you can make free use of our famous White Bicycles. Alternatively, you can bring your own bicycle.
If you'd like to discover the park by bicycle, you can enjoy over 40 kilometres of designated paths. On your way you will encounter all of the landscapes the park has to offer: from deciduous, coniferous, and mixed forests to wet and dry heaths, and shifting sand.
Kröller Müller Museum
The Kröller-Müller Museum is a second home to Vincent van Gogh.
The museum boasts almost 90 paintings and more than 180 drawings, making it the second largest collection of Van Goghs in the world. In addition, the museum is home to top works by modern masters including Claude Monet, Georges Seurat, Pablo Picasso and Piet Mondriaan. Temporary exhibitions ensure that the museum keeps pace with all the latest developments and retains public interest.
Ever wanted to take a look underground, literally and figuratively? Now you can at Museonder, the world's first underground museum in the Visitor's Centre.
Museonder offers a surprising look at everything that lives and lived underground. The exhibition takes you on a journey deeper and deeper underground until you reach the centre of the earth.
There is much to discover along the way: the entire root system of a 135-year-old tree, stones that share their stories of origin by laying a hand on them, and a water laboratory. You can also find the bones of animals that roamed the earth thousands of years ago in the area now known as De Hoge Veluwe National Park.
A visit to Museonder is included in the park entrance ticket.
Jachthuis St. Hubertus
Country Residence/museum Jachthuis Sint Hubertus, the former residence of the Kröller-Müllers, is one of the most iconic buildings in the Netherlands.
Jachthuis Sint Hubertus was designed by the renowned architect Hendrikus Petrus Berlage (1856-1934). Berlage had already worked for the Kröllers before landing this illustrious contract; he was commissioned to design an office building in London. He also designed the Schipborg - a model farm in Anloo, a village in the Dutch province of Drenthe.
The design contract for the building that would forever link the names Berlage and Kröller-Müller, was likely signed in early 1915.