This spring, Museumpark Orientalis is all about (search) tour, literally and figuratively. From 7 April to 4 June you will, among other things, look for the meaning of 'Piëta' and search for the collection of Easter eggs that are hidden throughout the museum park.
Museum Park Orientalis offers space for the search for the meaning of life. In this context, the exhibition 'Piëta' can be seen, among other things. Various artists were inspired by this well-known theme and went in search of what it means to them. The result is an intimate and moving exhibition about compassion and loss. Paintings, photographs and videos show the artists' experiences, which turn out to be very universal.
You can also literally search at the same time in the various villages of the museum park. The special collection of Easter eggs is exhibited 'hidden'. Play egg bingo and try to find them all.
There is also an extra program every weekend and during the school holidays. Children's theatre, a fire breather and various workshops, among other things, make the museum visit extra fun during these days. There is also a free pilgrim's bag ready for every family at the entrance. This allows children to go on a (search) trip through the museum park.
Museum Park Orientalis is open again for individual visits from April 7 to June 4. On days when no extra program is organised, the museum park can be visited at a reduced rate. For the current opening hours and admission prices, see www.museumparkorientalis.nl.
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In 2023 we're open
april 7 to june 4
july 22 to september 10
october 14 to october 29
december 16 to january 7 2024
Open from tuesday to sunday
Our office is limetedly open from Monday till Thursday. For further information; 0031-24-3823110 or email@example.com.
Welcome to Museumpark Orientalis – Heilig Landstichting! Here the colourful world of Judaism, Christianity and Islam comes to life. Architecture and nature meet in this museum, which stretches out over 30 hectares. Experience different cultures and religions in an educative and playful way in our Jewish and Arabic village, our desert and Karavanserai, and our Roman city street.