Arnhem, in Gelderland, is a city that about 140,000 people call home.
Arnhem is located 60 miles (97 kilometers) southeast of Haarlem and 50 miles (80 kilometers) southeast of the national capital Amsterdam.
The Arnhem area is a rich source of historic, social and cultural gems; you’ll discover plenty within the rooms of its four wonderfully curated museums. Airborne Museum and Kroller-Muller Museum are just two of this destination’s most interesting museums. The Nederlands Wijnmuseum and the Nederlands Openluchtmuseum are two other museums worth spending a few hours at.
The preserved castles and other strongholds in Arnhem are well worth touring. Rosendael Castle and of course Doorwerth Castle are just two examples of the ancient castles, forts and other strongholds in this ancient region.
Create memories, enjoy the interpretive displays and discover the animals and plants at Burgers Zoo, an educational and fun zoo. As you wander the pathways, be sure to take note of the lovingly created gardens and landscaping which enhance the atmosphere of the park.
The Historical Museum is an excellent destination to go to learn about Arnhem’s compelling history. Walk the center’s peaceful hallways and examine the ancient artifacts on display.
Fuel your mind with a visit to the Museum voor Moderne Kunst in Arnhem. Book a tour to discover the contemporary art that is permanently on display or ask about the temporary exhibitions.
The ecological preserves in the vicinity of Arnhem give visitors an insight into the species of flora and fauna which inhabit the region. Hike around in Hoge Veluwe National Park and savor your escape from the urban streets.
Vacationers in Arnhem looking for something a little extra will appreciate the Markt, the St. Eusebius and the Korenmarkt.