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Natuurpark Bloeyendael - 4 Things to Know Before Visiting

Archimedeslaan 1, 3584 BA Utrecht, Netherlands

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About Natuurpark Bloeyendael

Nature Park Bloeyendael is a park and former estate in the Utrecht neighborhood of Rijnsweerd in the Oost district . The country estate was created between 1628 and 1660 by the renovation of the inn 'De Grote Biesbosch. The park is located southeast of Fort de Bilt between Waterlinieweg, Archimedeslaan and the provincial government building.

Attractions Near Natuurpark Bloeyendael

Wilhelminapark0.69km from Natuurpark Bloeyendael

The Wilhelminapark is a city park in the Dutch city of Utrecht. It is one of the first parks in the Netherlands to be recognized as a national monument. The park is centrally located in Utrecht-East and east of Oudwijk. The park is bisected by a cycle path, which is heavily used by students who cycle between De Uithof and the city center. The large meadow in the south in particular is not only used by individual holidaymakers who, for example, have a picnic, play football or frisbee.

Rietveld Schröder House
Rietveld Schröder House1.04km from Natuurpark Bloeyendael

The Rietveld Schröder House is a residential house in the city of Utrecht designed by Gerrit Rietveld in 1923-1924. The house has been completely designed in accordance with the ideas of the De Stijl art movement. Rietveld designed the house for Truus Schröder-Schräder , who lived there from January 1925 until her death in 1985. The house is located at 50 Prins Hendriklaan in the Wilhelmina Park area and can be viewed via a guided tour. It has been on the UNESCO World Heritage List since 2000.

Spoorwegmuseum1.45km from Natuurpark Bloeyendael

The Spoorwegmuseum or the Dutch Railway Museum has been located since 1954 in the Maliebaan station built in 1874 on the Oosterspoorweg in the city of Utrecht. Its collection mainly contained images, documentation and track attributes. In 1935 the museum moved to NS-Hoofdgebouw I at the Moreelsepark . In the 1930s, the first initiatives were taken to preserve old railway equipment of historical importance. As a result of the war conditions, some of these were lost after all.

Park Lepelenburg
Park Lepelenburg1.56km from Natuurpark Bloeyendael

Park Lepelenburg is a lively park situated along the canals that surround the centre of Utrecht. The Lepelenburg originally served as one of the city’s defensive works, but was given a recreational purpose over time. As soon as the sun breaks through the clouds, Utrecht’s inhabitants are quick to occupy a patch of grass in Park Lepelenburg.

Utrecht Botanic Gardens
Utrecht Botanic Gardens1.6km from Natuurpark Bloeyendael

This beautiful Botanic Gardens cover nines hectares and are open to the public every day from March 1 until December 1. You can visit a rock garden, a evolution garden, tropical greenhouses, a birders den and much more! This extraordinary stretch of green space is part of Utrecht University and located at the heart of Utrecht Science Park.

Griftpark1.62km from Natuurpark Bloeyendael

The Griftpark is a park in the Dutch city of Utrecht. However, the site had become heavily polluted. The park was therefore nicknamed Gifpark in Utrecht . The soil in the area was remediated between 1993 and 2002, after which it was redesigned as a city park. The contaminated soil is, as it were, wrapped up so that the poison can no longer cause any damage.In the park there is a skating rink that enjoys great popularity. Just like the football cage, often used by students.

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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.