Would you like to visit a museum during your holiday in the Veluwe? Discover the culture and history of the region. There are a number of museums around Camping Zuid Ginkel that are more than worth a visit.

Netherlands Open Air Museum

In the Open Air Museum, Dutch history comes to life in all its facets: in the buildings, exhibits and stories. Go back in time to no less than two centuries ago. The people in the museum seem to have walked straight out of history and, proud of their heritage, they will inspire you with their stories.

The museum is open daily from April to October from 10am to 5pm. Limited opening hours and most buildings are closed the rest of the year. For more information, visit the website of the Open Air Museum.


Old Crafts and Toy Museum

The Old Crafts and Toy Museum has a permanent exhibition of 160 different Old Crafts, trades and shops. Immerse yourself in days gone by when electricity was still a wonder and most of the work was still done by hand. In addition to old crafts, there is also a toy museum with old-fashioned games, moving trains, doll houses, antique bears, old Meccano boxes and more. The museum is open Tuesday through Saturday, 10am to 5pm. In the period from April to September, the museum is also open on Sundays from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.

For more information, visit the website of the Old Crafts & Toy Museum.

Kröller-Müller Museum 

Impressive paintings, drawings, sculptures and other masterpieces by modern masters. The Kröller-Müller Museum at De Hoge Veluwe Park houses the second largest Van Gogh collection in the world. It is nice to combine a museum visit with a tour of the Jachthuis Sint Hubertus country house, the visitor centre with the Museonder underground museum, a picnic, walk or bike ride in the Park. The museum is open Tuesdays to Sundays from 10am to 5pm. Please note: you pay an entrance fee to enter the Park. For more information,​​ visit the De Hoge Veluwe website.

Airborne Museum 

The Airborne Museum revives the Battle of Arnhem, which took place during the Second World War. Hear poignant stories from British, Polish and German war veterans, as well as civilians, who endured the agony of the battle. Do not miss the “Airborne Experience” during the museum visit! In this underground space you actually walk through the story of the Battle of Arnhem as it happens. For more information, visit the Airborne Museum website.