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Nationaal Militair Museum - 4 Things to Know Before Visiting

Verlengde Paltzerweg 1, 3768 MX Soest, Netherlands

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About Nationaal Militair Museum

The National Military Museum in Soesterberg is a museum in which attention is paid to the significance of the Dutch armed forces in the past, present and future, with extra attention to the collections of land and air forces , from the Army Museum in Delft and the Military Aviation Museum in Soesterberg, which have been merged into the NMM. The NMM is housed in the Royal Defense Museums Foundation.


Attractions Near Nationaal Militair Museum

Park Vliegbasis Soesterberg
Park Vliegbasis Soesterberg0.38km from Nationaal Militair Museum

Park Vliegbasis Soesterberg is a nature reserve in the province of Utrecht on the largest part of the former Soesterberg Air Base . The area has been owned by Het Utrechts Landschap since December 2017 and has been managed by them since June 2009. The area is 500 hectares and has a high biodiversity, with rare vegetation such as flowery and hectic grasslands and oak strubben forest. A good trekking destination and also there are so many to explore.

Kozakkenput
Kozakkenput2.88km from Nationaal Militair Museum

The Kozakput is a nature reserve near Zeist south of Soesterberg and northeast of Zeist in the province of Utrecht . The Kozakputt is located between Kamp van Zeist and the sports fields of Schaerweijde , with the A28 on the north side. This area of ​​91 hectares in the middle of the Utrechtse Heuvelrug , together with adjacent areas Krakeling and Witte Hull, forms an area of ​​123 hectares. The owner of the area, Het Utrechts Landschap , has mapped out a walking route.

Panbos
Panbos3.94km from Nationaal Militair Museum

The Panbos is a nature reserve on the north side of the Amersfoortseweg N237 west of Bosch en Duin on the edge of De Bilt . The Panbos, together with the Beerschoten and Houdringe estates, form a continuous green area with an area of ​​approximately 378 hectares, isolated from the Utrecht Hill Ridge. The Panbos is located in the middle of a number of urban areas, consisting of De Bilt, Bosch and Duin en Zeist. On the north side it borders the golf course 'de Pan'.

Zeisterbos
Zeisterbos4.61km from Nationaal Militair Museum

The Zeisterbos is a forest in the east of the Dutch town of Zeist . Together with the parks and woods of the Hoog Beek and Royen and Pavia country estates, the forest forms a wide green strip on the east side of Zeist. Since 1994, the forest has been owned by the Het Utrechts Landschap foundation .

Beeldenpark Jits Bakker
Beeldenpark Jits Bakker5.85km from Nationaal Militair Museum

Sculpture Park Jits Bakker is a museum sculpture park on the Beerschoten estate in De Bilt with a permanent collection of monumental sculptures , consisting of thirty - one sculptures in bronze , marble and granite by the internationally renowned Dutch artist Jits Bakker .

Landgoed Beerschoten
Landgoed Beerschoten5.88km from Nationaal Militair Museum

Beerschoten is an estate in the Dutch municipality of De Bilt , located next to the N237 . Most of the current estate is managed by Het Utrechts Landschap . Various parts of the estate are national monuments. The estate consists mainly of unmixed forest. It has several walking routes , mainly through beech avenues and avenues of Douglas fir . In addition to the large avenues, there are also smaller paths through Berceaus. In addition to the walks, you can also visit a sculpture garden.

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Utrecht
Utrecht
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Utrecht is a province of the Netherlands. It is located in the centre of the country. It is home to a number of nature preserves, castles and bustling cities. With the region having such a rich and long history, there are many old cities and ancient buildings to explore. The city of Utrecht features a historic center with an old cathedral tower that dates back to the Middle Ages.

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