Batavialand is a historical visitor attraction in The Netherlands, built inside a 17th-century reconstructed trading ship named Batavia. It was sunk in 1629 on its first voyage and fully reconstructed.
In the Batavialand heritage park and the ship, you’ll find a range of activities, such as:
- Learn everything about how the Dutch deal with water.
- The largest shipwrecks graveyard in the world, containing 450 shipwrecks.
- You’ll enjoy different workshops.
- Interactive museums that transport visitors back in time to the 17th century.
2 – 3 hours
Accessibility Level – Medium
From: € 8.50
Batavialand, Oostvaardersdijk, Lelystad, Netherlands
Dutch (official language), Frisian is spoken in the northern province of Friesland. English, German and French are widely spoken.
Kids, Teens, Adults, Seniors
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Best Time To Visit
You can travel the region all year long but expect cold weather and possible rainy/snowy days in most of the year.
Most tourists visit during the nice weather of August or in December for Christmas.
June through August (summer) offers comfortably cool weather. September through November (Fall) still offers nice weather, with a comfortable temperature during the day and chilly nights.
Wintertime (December through February) is cold, and you should expect rain or snow.
Remember to check the weather forecast a few days before the trip and before heading to the airport.
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