De Hoge Veluwe national park & the Kroller Muller Museum

The National Park De Hoge Veluwe covers approximately 5,400 hectares of woodland, heathland, peat bogs and drift sand providing a habitat to a wide variety of plants and animals including some rare red listed species. It is a beautiful park to walk or cycle around. The park is host to the Kroller Muller Museum, with an extensive collection of paintings from Van Gogh as well as art work of Pablo Picasso and Piet Mondriaan. Visit the beautifully situated Jachthuis Sint Hubertus and the Sculpture Garden. De Hoge Veluwe National Park provides you with the wonderful experience of a combination of nature, art and architecture at its finest.

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Early this morning you take the train from Amsterdam Central Station to Arnhem, a journey of just over an hour. In Arnhem your taxi waits to transfer you to the visitors’ centre of De Hoge Veluwe National Park

On arrival at the park you will be welcomed by your nature guide who will take you on a two hour nature trail around the park on foot or by bike. There are several routes with multiple themes, including wildlife, birds, forest, landscape. You will be provided with a guide who specializes in the topic that interests you most.

After lunch you are free to visit the museum or continue to explore this beautiful piece of Dutch nature on your own; you may choose to do so on foot or by bicycle. There are several marked trails that you can follow and the landscape is so varied that no trail is the same.

In the evening your taxi waits to take you back to the train station in Arnhem for your return train journey to Amsterdam.


  • Instead of public transport you may may prefer a private chauffeur driven car.
  • The duration of the nature trail can be extended.
  • A more specialist Park Ranger may be arranged instead of a nature guide.
  • A private Land Rover safari can be arranged, which takes at least 4 hours.
  • A private guide can be provided to guide you through the unique collection of the Kroller-Muller Museum and Sculpture garden.