Noble plots, famous friends, and defence for the city – Muiderslot Castle has had a rich history since it was built in the 13th century. Get a taste of medieval life just outside of Amsterdam and see suits of armor, falconry demonstrations (on weekends), and impressive artistry. Explore the gardens at your leisure, or even take the kids on a quest...
- * Admission to Muiderslot Castle
- * Audio guide (in 9 languages)
- * Treasure hunt for children (available at the venue for €2)
- * Dogs aren't permitted on the grounds, with the exception of guide dogs & official assistance dogs * Drone flights above the Muiderslot are not allowed * Plan at least 2.5 hours for a visit Getting there: * By train: from Amsterdam Central Station or Utrecht Central Station, take the train to Weesp. At Weesp Station, you can take bus 110 to Brandweerkazerne Muiden and walk 10 minutes to the Muiderslot * By bus: from Amsterdam Amstel Station, take bus 320, 322 or 327 to P+R Muiden. From there you can walk (30 minutes) or take bus 110 to Brandweerkazerne Muiden (walk 10 minutes to the Muiderslot) | from Amsterdam Arena, take bus 209 (only on working days) to P+R Muiden. From there you can walk (30 minutes) or take bus 110 to Brandweerkazerne Muiden (walk 10 minutes to the Muiderslot) * By car: take exit Muiden on the highway A1. Follow the signs Muiden/Muiderslot * There is limited parking space near the Muiderslot or in Muiden. The rate is €2.40 an hour or €21.60 a day | Free parking at the P1: Maxisweg. Coaches can park here as well | Free parking at the P2: Mariahoeveweg | There is a 15-minute walk to the castle from the car parks P1 and P2 * Kids <4 get in for free, please select a free ticket when booking * Lockers available on-site * The castle & toilets are not accessible. Wheelchair users can visit the gardens & falconer for free Show your smartphone ticket at the entrance of the castle.
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