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Museum Klok & Peel shows in a unique way how the Groot Peel National Park, a nature reserve bordering the Dutch provinces of Brabant and Limburg, has developed in the past ten thousand years. The museum also houses the world’s largest collection of...more
Excellent exhibition of bells from around the world, together with associated carillion and clock mechanisms. Good for all ages, with most displayed described in English as well as Flemish. Great place to take children.
We read about their pumpkin weeks online and decided to visit. We went early because I read it could get busy. Parking spots did fill up quickly indeed but it never got too crowded. The museum and the gardens (where the pumpkin festival was) is...More
I was here on a Sunday afternoon with my grandson to show him the different bells from all over the world. There is also a explanation of how those bells are made.
It is not boring for children. There are different possibilities to "play" with...More
I visited the museum with a group, otherwise I might have missed this great little gem. The museum not only features a fascinating collection of bells, many of which were made in their foundry, but also tells the story in the context of their periods...More
This museum offers several exhibitions. On one hand its focus is on the natural history and development of the famous swamp area in this part of The Netherlands, called The Peel. On the other hand it has a very interesting collection and presentation on church...More
Asten is home to an internationally renowned clock bell manufacturer. Consequently, a museum arose around the theme of clocks and bells. Additionally, the museum displays the natural wonders of the Peel region, mostly stuffed birds and mammals, butterflies, and fossil bones.
The clock part explains...More
Very nice museum, close to where we stayed. Many bells of all kinds from different countries and periods.
We asked for demonstration and that was the highlight! The very nice and English speaking guide was great. Very knowledgable and allowed our 4 and 6 YO...More
What a super little find. A museum of life in 19th and 20th century Netherlands with lovingly restored workshops, barns and houses. The craftsmen are helpful and kind and make the experience come alive. When we visited there was a World War 2 re-enactment in...More