Basic Information About Madurodam Park
Opening on July 2, 1952, Madurodam is a 1 to 25 scale Dutch miniature park in The Hague’s George Maduroplein. This tourist attraction sees around 600,000 visitors each year. The park covers an area of 62,630 square metres. The developed city has a total area of 17,630 m2. Legoland Billund and Disneyland Park in Anaheim were both inspired by the small town’s unique culture.
Maduro’s parents donated the initial capital for the project as a memorial to their only son, who served as a cavalry officer and died in the Dachau concentration camp in February 1945. The Maduro family views the building as a fitting tribute to George Maduro.
For our Football Experience, be sure to take a photo of yourself so that you can be enlarged to Madurodam size as a 3-D printable. You will also become an augmented reality version of yourself that can perform a wide range of fantastic soccer moves as a result of taking the shot.
There are small railroads, boats, and moving cars in our collection of scale models, which range from 1 to 25. Flower photoshoots are possible from April to the end of December when they are in bloom.
Madurodam is accessible 365 days a year thanks to its year-round operation. Following are some of the amenities available to our visitors:
- Free wifi
- Souvenir store
- Interactive screens with videos
- Thematic routes
- 2 playgrounds
What is inside Madurodam Park
Madurodam depicts Dutch city and civilization through more than 700 scale models of Dutch buildings from all over the country. There’s no cemetery or hospital either. A number of the models move when a coin is put into one of the slotted compartments. Interactions such as closing the Oosterscheldekering or loading cargo in the Rotterdam port are also available for visitors to take part in. There are audio explanations of the items on display in some of the sections.
Despite the fact that Madurodam is referred to as a city, it contains numerous miniature versions of the Dutch countryside. Many different types of buildings and landscapes can be found here, such as those from historic inner-city areas as well as those from modern suburban areas. There are scenes from everyday life, some of which are amusing, in this “miniature city” with a smile. You can also get around by car or on a tour boat or plane, as well as by train or tram.
Photo Tour of Madurodam Park
Video Tour inside Madurodam Park
Watch this great video of Madurodam Park, showing every miniature art and every corner of this great park!
Location Map of Madurodam Park
Opening Times of Madurodam Park