Entrance fee

The admission fee is € 9.75.
Children under 4 years old, personal care attendants*, and Museum Card holders enjoy free admission.

During the Viking Festival we ask for a surcharge of € 3,-, with the exception of children under 4 and personal care attendants.

Tip: Download the app Tijdkijker in advance at home for free in Google Playstore and Appstore

Buy your tickets now

Prevent waiting time at the register and buy your ticket online. You will receive your ticket via email. 

Admission under 16 years only when supervised by an adult.

*Maximum of one personal care attendant per person, not in combination with arrangements.

Season pass

Do you want unlimited access to the park throughout the entire season? Why not buy our season pass! Experience all events: historical Easter, Roman week, magic weekend, the Viking festival, Foodfest, and more. There's always a great ambiance at the medieval market square. You can also enjoy a delicious lunch at our medieval tavern: Herberg Den Bonten Os.

Season pass adults: € 29,50

Season pass children 4 - 12 years: € 23,50


Historical crafts lab
Iedere woensdagmiddag 15:00 - 17:00 uur

Did you Always wanted to learn how to forge iron? Or would you like to make a leathe purse? Then come from May 9th form 3 PM until 5 PM to the hisorical crafts lab! There you can learn what the medieval craft masters taught their apprentices. From forging to weaving - you can do it in our lab!

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Historic Food Fest
September 21 & 22

Hunger! Through the ages people have had but a few basic necessities: nourishment, shelter, and clothing. In the weekend of September 21st and 22nd, we shall find ourselves in the quest for food: from prehistoric times till the late middle ages. How do you keep things from spoiling without a refrigerator? Did we drink alcohol in prehistoric times? What were proper table manners in the middle ages and where did they come from? How far did someone have to travel for that one meal?

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Beauty and Fashion through the ages
October 5 & 6

From tunic to haute couture: it’s all about historical beauty and fashion during the weekend of 5-6 October. Did you know that even the first people decorated themselves? They would sow shell beads and amber pieces on their clothing. They also decorated their bodies with jewellery, tattoos and make up!

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