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Ridammerhoeve is a biodynamic goat farm situated in the middle of the Amsterdamse Bos. Visitors are welcome to look around the farm and have a chat with the staff while they work. All products made on the farm are for sale in the shop or served on the terrace. Don’t forget to taste the famous goat’s milk ice-cream!
Swing from tree to tree, climb a rope ladder and balance on a suspension bridge. The Fun Forest climbing park has nine different climbing courses of varying difficulty at various heights. Good fun for young and old alike!
Will it be the cool-looking police boat, the tough lifeboat or perhaps the sleek cruise ship? Miniport’s electric boats enable children from the age of four to experience steering their own boats. On shore, children learn about shipping and harbour life. At Miniport, you can even learn how to operate a crane or tie knots!
If you would like to see the forest from the water, you can! From May to September excursion boats chug through just about all the waterways in the Amsterdamse Bos. Excursions take one and half hours. For more information about boat excursions or other excursions and activities, please visit the Visitors’ Centre.
Take a magnificent walk through the Amsterdamse Bos and then enjoy the best pancakes in Amsterdam at Meerzicht Farm. Or just relax over a cup of coffee and watch the peacocks and other animals strutting their stuff around the yard, while the children discover the playground.
The water quality of the Amsterdamse Bos waterways and lakes is excellent. So feel free to take a dip in the swimming section of the Grote Vijver. The Groot Kinderbad and Klein Kinderbad are two outside paddling pools for young children. The pools are open from May to August/September, provided temperatures reach 20° Celsius or higher. More info: Visitors' Centre.
Picture yourself snuggled up in a blanket, enjoying a special theatrical performance in the middle of a forest. From July to August, the open-air Amsterdamse Bostheater presents performances virtually every evening. The surroundings are nothing short of stunning, and the decor is amazing. Have a pre-theatre dinner on stage or have a picnic in the stands. Performances are subject to weather conditions.
Travel in style with the Museum Tram. The Museum Tram departs from Haarlemmermeer station and takes you all the way to the Amsterdamse Bos. You can get off at the forest entrance, but also continue a few stops. It’s a fun way to travel to the Bos. Limited service (only on Sunday).