Located around 30 minutes outside of Amsterdam in The Hague, and
first opened in 1952, Madurodam is quite literally the smallest
city in the Netherlands, featuring hundreds of miniature Dutch
structures. From the houses and factories that reflect real
Amsterdam architecture, to the little railway system that winds its
way around the Madurodam, children will be captivated by the sheer
genius of this little city. For a small cost, usually just a few
cents, parts of the miniature models will actually start working,
such as trucks moving down the little highway and planes landing
rolling down the little runway at Schiphol Airport.
Address: George Maduroplein 1, The Hague
Telephone: (0)70 416 2400
Opening Time: Open daily. 4 July to 31 August from 9am to 11pm; 1
September to 31 December from 9am to 6pm; 1 January to 3 July from
9am to 8pm.
Admission: EUR14.50 (Adults), EUR10.50 (Children). Concessions are