12 Sights in Kaatsheuvel, Netherlands (with Map and Images)


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Explore interesting sights in Kaatsheuvel, Netherlands. Click on a marker on the map to view details about it. Underneath is an overview of the sights with images. A total of 12 sights are available in Kaatsheuvel, Netherlands.

Sightseeing Tours in Kaatsheuvel

1. Johannes de Doperkerk

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The Sint-Johannes de Doperkerk is a Roman Catholic church in Kaatsheuvel. The architect is Cornelis van Hoof. Construction began in 1909 and the church was consecrated in 1912. It is a neo-Gothic cruciform basilica with double tower front and a double entrance portal with wimberg. The towers are about 59 meters high and are crowned by needle spires. The church has a round closed choir just like the transepts. The interior of the church is covered by a yellow star vault. In the church there are also stained glass windows. The church has a wooden triumphal crucifix dating from 1750. The Stations of the Cross in the aisles are from 1890. The church was restored in 2009 and is still used by the parish of Kaatsheuvel.

Wikipedia: Johannes de Doperkerk (Kaatsheuvel) (NL)

2. Efteling Museum

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The Efteling Museum was opened in 2003 in the Efteling theme park in the North Brabant town of Kaatsheuvel on the renewed and expanded Anton Pieckplein. The museum, located in the former workshop of the Design and Development Department, houses old ornaments, statues and attributes of the park. Among other things, the first original flying fakir can be seen, the talking map, the first witches who were on top of the entrance gate to the Fairytale Forest and many dozens of molds of heads.

Wikipedia: Efteling Museum (NL), Website, Url

3. Vakantiepark Efteling Bosrijk

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Vakantiepark Efteling Bosrijkmilst1 on Flickr / CC BY-SA 2.0

Bosrijk is a holiday park of theme park Efteling in the Dutch municipality of Loon op Zand. The holiday park opened on 11 December 2009. It is the replacement for the much larger Droomrijk project, which disappeared from the table in 2004 under pressure from the environmental movement and due to a negative ruling by the Council of State. In addition to the Efteling Hotel, it is a possibility to spend the night at efteling.

Wikipedia: Efteling Bosrijk (NL), Website, Url

4. Langnek

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Langnek is a popular attraction in the Fairytale Forest of Efteling. He is a character from the fairy tale The Six Servants of the Brothers Grimm (KHM134) and has been an unofficial mascot of the park since the opening of the Fairytale Forest on May 31, 1952, alongside figures such as Holle Bolle Gijs and the gnome Little Annunciation. Langnek is therefore frequently depicted on all kinds of souvenirs of the park.

Wikipedia: Langnek (NL), Website, Url

5. Kabouterdorp

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The Kabouterdorp is part of the Fairytale Forest in efteling. It was opened at the same time as the forest itself on 31 May 1952 and expanded in 1972, 1974 and 1980. The village was largely designed by Anton Pieck. The later designs of the extensions are based on designs by Ton van de Ven and Henny Knoet.

Wikipedia: Kabouterdorp (NL), Website, Url

6. Draak Lichtgeraakt

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Dragon Touchy is a fairytale character that was added in 1979 in the Fairytale Forest in the Efteling at the place where the Chinese Nightingale used to sit. The fairy tale is located between the Little Mermaid and The Wolf and the seven Goats. The fairy tale was designed by Ton van de Ven.

Wikipedia: Draak Lichtgeraakt (NL), Website, Url

7. Vakantiepark Efteling Loonsche Land

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Efteling Loonsche Land is a holiday park within the world of Efteling and opened on 31 May 2017. It is built in dune style. There are three types of cottages: forest huts, dune huts and heath huts. There is also a group accommodation, the sheepfold, and a hotel, the Landhuys.

Wikipedia: Efteling Loonsche Land (NL), Website, Url

8. Baron 1898

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Baron 1898 is a Dive Coaster produced by the Swiss manufacturer Bolliger & Mabillard located in the Efteling in Kaatsheuvel, The Netherlands. It opened on July 1, 2015. The coaster's soundtrack was created by the Brussels Philharmonic Orchestra.

Wikipedia: Baron 1898 (EN), Website, Url

9. Diorama

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The Diorama is a miniature world in Efteling amusement park in the Netherlands. The highly detailed mountainous world, or Diorama, was designed by Anton Pieck and opened in 1971, in honour of the 20th birthday of Efteling.

Wikipedia: Diorama (Efteling) (EN), Website, Url

10. Klein Duimpje

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Klein DuimpjeSander van der Wel from Netherlands / CC BY-SA 2.0

Klein Duimpje is a fairy tale in the Dutch theme park Efteling. The fairy tale opened in 1998. Little Thumb is located along Rumpelstiltskin. Little Thumb and the Giant is depicted and thus named in the fairytale forest.

Wikipedia: Klein Duimpje (Efteling) (NL), Website, Url

11. Roodkapje

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Little Red Riding Hood is a fairy tale in the Dutch theme park Efteling. The fairy tale opened in 1953 to a design by Anton Pieck. The fairy tale then consisted of a statue of Little Red Riding Hood picking flowers.

Wikipedia: Roodkapje (Efteling) (NL), Website, Url

12. De Couwenbergh

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The Couwenberg is a wind grist mill in Kaatsheuvel. It is a belt mill and a top crawler that was built in 1849, commissioned by miller A. H. Couwenberg. The mill burned down in 1881, but was repaired.

Wikipedia: De Couwenbergh (NL)


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