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Utrecht: De Haar Castle and Park Entrance Ticket

Utrecht: De Haar Castle and Park Entrance Ticket

From US$ 19.05 per person

Visit De Haar Castle, the largest and most luxurious castle in the Netherlands. Be immersed in a wealth of history and art and discover the residence of the Van Zuylen family in the 20th century.

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Experience

Highlights
  • Visit the largest castle in the Netherlands
  • Marvel at fairytale architecture of towers and ramparts
  • Explore an opulent interior and learn about the castle's history
  • Admire the rooms where famous guests have stayed
  • Stroll in tranquil, landscaped parklands
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Immerse yourself in history at iconic De Haar Castle. Admire its picture book medieval architecture, see its opulent interior, learn about the famous guests who have stayed there, and explore its tranquil grounds.

Encounter a medieval fortress with towers and ramparts, moats, gates, and drawbridges. Marvel at the setting as the fairytale-like castle rises majestically from parkland filled with impressive trees, old gardens, and ponds.

Take a walk in its tranquil parklands. Visit the Rose Garden or Roman Garden. Discover its ponds and canals, as well as the many bridges, romantic vistas, and impressive avenues ideal for long walks or picnics.

Includes
  • Entrance to De Haar Castle
  • Entrance to the parkland grounds
  • Access to exhibits and exhibitions in the castle
  • Guide
  • Free app with reading maps, walking routes, virtual tour
  • Access to Rose Garden and Roman Garden
  • Access to the 17 acres of park and formal gardens
  • Food and drinks
  • Guide
Not suitable for
  • People with mobility impairments
  • Wheelchair users

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The castle is accessible by public transportation: take bus 127 from Vleuten station to the stop "Brink Haarzuilens" and walk in 15 minutes to the castle. During the summer months, take bus 111 from Vleuten Station to the stop "Kasteel de Haar, Haarzuilens" and walk in 2 minutes to the castle (bus 111 is only available on Saturdays and Sundays).

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Not allowed

  • Selfie sticks
  • Alcohol and drugs
Customer reviews

Overall rating

4.8 /5

based on 57 reviews

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The Castle is fantastic. Amazing! I'm glad I went. I arrived before its opening at 11:00 and went to the little town next door to Haarzuilens, it's beautiful. With the characteristic windows of the area in white and red. You can eat or drink when the bars and restaurants are open. I got there from the Vleuten train station, taking the 127 bus that left me 16' from the castle. I walked between fields and trees. In summer there is another bus 111 that leaves you closer. The visit inside the castle will take you about an hour. The route to follow is perfectly marked. In my case I had lunch where the great central square is located, at the entrance to the castle gardens. Full of flowers of all kinds.

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June 19, 2022

Getting to the Castle from the City Centre, and walking until the Castle gardens is a whole different experience. I arrived a bit after the Castle opened, and spent some time in the gardens prior touring the castle. Believe me, both are worth visiting, make sure you book the ticket that includes both the Castle and the Gardens. From my point of view, and perhaps as a Castle lover; I recommend spending a whole day here (11:00am - 5:00pm) whether you're alone or in company.

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June 11, 2022

Castle really beautiful from the outside! I had imagined the gardens to be more colorful. The tour of the castle took about 1 hour, the route is fixed. I also liked that there was a person in each room who could answer questions. There are large maps in 4 languages that explain the specifics of the rooms. Parking 6 euros. You drive through a barrier on the right in front of the castle, when you exit you need a ticket, which you can buy from the machine. Please do not leave any valuables in the car. Signs will point this out! Have fun!

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May 25, 2022

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