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Admission prices

Ticket Park excluding Kröller-Müller Museum

 p.p.Groups ≥ 20
Children under 5freefree
Children aged 6 to 12€ 5,00€ 4,50
Adults€ 9,95€ 8,95
Car/motorcycle in the Park€ 7,05€ 6,35
Parking outside the entrances € 3,55€ 3,20
Motor coach€ 32,25€ 29,00
Horse€ 3,55€ 3,20
Horse-drawn carriage (regardless of no. of horses,€ 7,05€ 6,35
yet exclusive of passengers)  
You can bring your own bicycle free of charge.  

Buy your ticket online

Why do I have to pay to visit De Hoge Veluwe National Park?

Disabled persons pay the normal admission price. Upon presentation of a disabled badge, we offer free admission for one supervisor + one car.

Ticket Park including Kröller-Müller Museum

Note: you cannot visit the Kröller-Müller Museum without a day ticket for the Park. You can of course visit the Park without a day ticket for the Museum.

 p.p.Groups ≥ 20
Children under 6freefree
Children aged 6 to 12€ 10,00€ 9,00
Adults€ 19,90€ 17,90

Why does the ticket price for the Kröller-Müller Museum include entry to the Park?

Student cards and university IDs provide a 50% discount on admission to the museum. Students will not receive a discount on admission to the park.

For schools, bookings are compulsory, see www.krollermuller.nl for information and prices.

Patron Ticket De Hoge Veluwe NP excluding Kröller-Müller Museum (valid until 31 December - calendar year)

Children aged 6 to 12

€ 20,20

Adults

€ 39,90

Adults with car/motor cycle/horse

€ 67,35

Rural campsite per night, including tourist tax, excluding admission to the Park

Note: per overnight stay, you also pay the admission price for a day ticket for the Park.

Campsite adults/caravan

€ 8

Campsite adults/tent

€ 7

Campsite children/caravan

€ 4

Campsite children/tent

€ 3.50

All caravan pitches have a power supply. You pay € 3 per day if you want to use electricity. Shower tokens cost € 0.50.


If you are staying for more than five days, why not think of buying a Guardian Card!