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All reviews open air museum bread on site entrance fee walk around sunny day several times old days snack bar large playground only downside hop on hop big place original locations lovely museum staff dressing brick by brick
It’s literally like stepping into the past here, just like what you see on films based in the old days. It’s good to see how the people lived before us. Quite a big place so would recommend comfortable footwear as it’s a lot of walking....More
I walked over here (solo) from the water bridge to check it out. Cost was like 12 EURO to get in, and the small town feel to this museum was excellent. Definitely start by walking through the arboretum, one of the best I've ever seen...More
Very very interactive town. You are fully immersed here in life in 1913. The restaurant serves delicious homestyle food, typical of the day and still common. The craftsman are areal and they really life and work here. The baker is the most passionate and friendly...More
Great idea a woodland walk in bare feet over rough terrain with different types of materials who would have thought something like this would catch on but great idea and everyone loved it getting back to nature got to be good covered maybe 2 miles...More
Bokrijk is a historic open-air museum composed of an impressive selection off old houses, churches and bars from past centuries. It shows clearly and realistically how people used to live and work in these dark ages. Old country houses, barns, churches, etc. have been taken...More
Very Nice open air park wich brings you back to the early 1900, you van see hoe the people had to live in their small houses hoe they make Bread and how they had to work on the field. There is also a pub which...More
Park accessible by train, bus, car, bike. 5 K from city Genk. 2 Entrance gates/parkings. Large parking for tourist buses. Parking fee is 5€. Open air museum (april-september) with a collection of 50+ ancient Belgian houses, walkways. Museum only at entrance fee. Walking park with...More
'Bokrijk' is a museum that has earned its merrits without much effort. It started with the genius of a provincial governer (Roppe) and since the '50's Bokrijk had grown into a mature institute with old houses (18-19th century) and a wild nature surrounding it.
This place offers something for everyone, if you want nature, walk around in the Arboretum, for the kids there is a very large playground, and for some history there is the open air museum, at all entrances there are several restaurants and inside the open...More