What is there to do during the autumn break? Five tips for a day out

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What is there to do during the autumn break? Five tips for a day out

Cinekid on Tour – 13 to 31 October – all of the Netherlands

Cinekid is the world’s largest media festival for children, where visitors have the opportunity to watch special youth films, discover interactive installations and new games and follow various media workshops. Pathé Amsterdam Noord is the main location this year, but the festival can also be experienced far beyond the capital. Under the name Cinekid on Tour, the event can be experienced at no fewer than thirty locations throughout the Netherlands.

Beach strolls with Doggerland experts – De Zandmotor (beach at Kijkduin)

As part of the exhibition ‘Doggerland. Lost world in the North Sea’, the National Museum of Antiquities is organizing a Beach Stroll Day for the second time, on the beach of De Zandmotor near Kijkduin. Where now the North Sea is, once lived mammoths, woolly rhinoceroses and Neanderthals. Traces of this prehistoric landscape and its inhabitants can be found on the beach. On October 23, Doggerland experts in recognizable yellow vests will walk over De Zandmotor between 10 a.m. and 3 p.m. They explain how and where to search, answer questions and tell about special beach finds. Participation is free, but please register in advance.

Fairytale festival – 23 to 31 October – Arnhem

During the autumn holidays of the South region, Arnhem and its surroundings are dominated by fairy tales. Dance, theatre, music, exhibitions and performances can be admired at all kinds of locations. There are also workshops and there is a real Kabouterbos in Park Sonsbeek. The opening of the Fairytale Festival on October 23 will take place with a large globe parade in Arnhem, in which everyone can participate.

OERRR autumn discovery tour – October 18 and 25 – Dwingelderveld National Park

The OERRR Autumn Discovery Tour is a fun, educational experience for the whole family. Together with a forester you set out through the forest and along the heath. Trees, plants, mushrooms and maybe even deer tracks: it can all be found in Dwingelderveld National Park. The children receive a free search card on which they can tick all their finds.

Collect oysters – until the end of April – at various places along the coast

Finally, a tip that you can use well after the autumn holidays: pick oysters! Collecting oysters yourself has been on the rise recently, not only in Zeeland, but also in other parts of the country, such as on the Wadden Islands or in the province of Groningen. Off to the beach, with a knife and a basket, and eat them straight from the hand – it doesn’t get any fresher! – or of course take them home for a festive meal there. Keep the champagne cold. Curious about how oyster turners work and where you can do it all? Then read Picking oysters in the Netherlands: these are the 8 best places.

By: National Education Guide

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