Activities in the surrounding area
Here, you find yourself in the heart of the Bollenstreek area. In springtime, a visit to the Keukenhof is an absolute must! In spring there is a beautiful flower parade. The decorated floats can also be admired on the following Sunday. A cycle tour through the Bollenstreek area is also highly recommended.
In our street Café-Restaurant De Ruigenhoek is located, a cosy pub, offering a simple menu.
At golf club Tespelduyn (c. 2 kilometres) you can enjoy lunch, high tea, high wine or exclusive dining.
Beachclub Nederzandt and Noordwijk’s many beach clubs are highly recommended too.
Restaurant Het Wapen van Noordwijkerhout is situated in Noordwijkerhout’s city centre.
Fancy fine dining? Indulge yourself at Het Oude Dykhuys. Make sure to book early in summer and on bank holidays.
If you don’t feel like cooking, the Chinese restaurant in the village of De Zilk does home deliveries.
Linnaeushof , in the village of Bennebroek, is Europe’s largest playground. In the village of De Zilk is a free playground at Hoekgat 41.
On bad weather days you can go to indoor playground Kidszoo or go ten-pin bowling at the Flamingo Partycentrum, both in Noordwijkerhout.
Interested in space travel and the universe? Visit the Space Expo in Noordwijk. Museum Naturalis in the city of Leiden, offers a fascinating view on the evolution of life on earth.
Museum Corpus in the village of Oegstgeest, close to Leiden, is much worth a visit too. At Corpus you can experience ‘a journey through the human body’.
Amusement and water park Duinrell is perfect for an active day out. Or visit Artis in Amsterdam.
Don’t forget either to take a canal tour in Amsterdam.
For those who are interested in WWII, the Atlantikwall Museum in Noordwijk is much worth a visit.