Top 10 Things to do in Exloo, The Netherlands

December 15, 2017 Etsuko Causey

Exloo in The Netherlands, from Europe region, is best know for Other Fun & Games. Discover best things to do in Exloo with beautiful photos and great reviews from traveller around the world here!
Restaurants in Exloo

1. Kabouterland

Zuiderhoofdstraat 11, 7875 BW Exloo, The Netherlands +31 591 549 843
Excellent
26%
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54%
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4 based on 49 reviews

Kabouterland

Reviewed By Cooper-art - Grimsby, United Kingdom

We visit every year we are on holiday in the area, worth the 45min journey for a good family day out. There is a play barn if the weathr is wet and some small fury animals and birds. The food is of the snack kind (there are tables where you can eat your own food, which we recommend).
Our party had children from 2 to 6 years and they had a great day.

2. Hunebed D32

Borgerderweg, Odoorn, The Netherlands
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4.5 based on 3 reviews

Hunebed D32

Reviewed By Amena317 - Dublin, Ireland

This is a rather large hunebed. It is not the largest, but it's a decent size. This one is considered part of a trio because there are two others not too far away. Just like all of the other hunebedden, I would highly recommend this one to compare to the others!

3. Hunebed Centrum

Bronnegerstraat 12, 9531 TG Borger, The Netherlands +31 599 236 374
Excellent
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4 based on 213 reviews

Hunebed Centrum

The Hunebed Centrum in the village of Borger on the Drenthe Hondsrug takes you on a journey into prehistory. Back to the time when the first farmers settled in Drenthe… the farmers who built the impressive stone burial monuments known as Hunebeds. The remains of these monuments can still be seen in the Drenthe landscape. There are 54 of them and the largest, D27, stands next to the Hunebed Centrum.Our museum tells the story of these mysterious megalithic tombs and the people who built them. It provides answers to questions such as: who built them and how? And above all, why were they built? For some questions there are no definite answers but we shall try to raise the veil surrounding some of the mysteries.But that’s not all!The Hunebed Centrum regularly organises special activities such as exclusive Exhibitions, markets, walks and so on. We look forward to welcoming you to the Hunebed Centrum.

Reviewed By MichaelinZwolle - Zwolle, The Netherlands

The Hunebedden are an excellent example of pre-historic human architecture and society. This place, build around the largest of the Hunebedden is an excellent example of the touristy, money-grabbing modern society. First, the Hunebed (D27) is the largest of them all, at about 22 meters. It's beautiful and perfectly balanced. However, the center allows people to climb all over it. Children were standing on the capstones and jumping to try to loosen them (luckily, the architecture is so good that nothing has happened in all these years). The center offers a short movie about the hunebedden and some theories about their use and why they were built, it mainly concentrates on the ice age and how the boulders came to be in the Netherlands. It's not really scientific, and has a lot of conjecture and guessing.
I chose to forego the outdoor exhibits because they looked like more of the same claptrap designed to appeal to children and not really explaining much about the people who built the hunebedden or their lifestyle. The giftshop and the cafe were well overpriced, and the food was not very good.
If you want to see the hunbedden, I suggest going to see some of the others that are scattered across Drenthe. This place was overcrowded and disappointing.

4. Drouwenerzand Attractiepark

Gasselterstraat 7, 9533 PC Drouwen, The Netherlands +31 599 564 360
Excellent
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Good
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Satisfactory
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Poor
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4 based on 98 reviews

Drouwenerzand Attractiepark

Reviewed By familyoffduty - The Netherlands

Great attraction park - very reasonably priced (about 12,50 pp I think) which includes food and drink inside (usual Dutch stuff - chips, croquette, frincandel, coffee, juice etc). Means of course that people go there for breakfast lunch and dinner.
The rides are good - variety for all ages so good for a day out for all ages. My kids loved it .

5. Country Golf Ees

Oosterweg 1, 9536 PR Ees, The Netherlands +31 6 12983869
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5 based on 2 reviews

Country Golf Ees

Reviewed By René P

Een fantastische mooie en zeer goed onderhouden par 3 baan.
Deze banen zijn voor iedereen toegankelijk, maar het is wel aan te raden minimaal de basisspelregels van het golfspel te kennen. Dit komt omdat veel echte golfspelers hier óók bijna dagelijks hun rondje lopen. Het is uiteindelijk nooit zo prettig om te moeten wachten op een paar niet serieuze beginnelingen. Neemt niet weg dat iedereen hier welkom is en het personeel erg vriendelijk is en zeer behulpzaam. Men kan er tevens diverse golflessen volgen om het spelniveau op te krikken. De banen zien er altijd picobello uit en zijn zéér uitdagend, óók voor de geoefende speler.. Héérlijk om het korte spel te oefenen. Óók is er een driving-range aanwezig en kleine putting-green. Wij komen hier elk jaar graag een aantal keer spelen. Niets dan lof over deze baan en z'n personeel....
Wat ons betreft tot volgende keer....!

6. Ellert en Brammert

Tramstraat 73, 7848 BJ Schoonoord, The Netherlands +31 591 382 421
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4.5 based on 14 reviews

Ellert en Brammert

Reviewed By travelusa1973 - Long Beach, California

Go back in time for a few hours. It is awesome! It is in Schoonoord, drenthe the South East part of Drenthe! There are these small turf cottage, an old farmhouse a tollhouse school and prison. insane! but stunning to see...

7. Wildlands Adventure Zoo Emmen

Raadhuisplein 99, 7811 AP Emmen, The Netherlands +31 591 850 855
Excellent
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4 based on 1 reviews

Wildlands Adventure Zoo Emmen

Reviewed By GerardDeVries

This not you regular zoo. If you want to see loads of animals in a short time: don't go here. It is however a themepark with animals. A fair amount of animals you can see in a natural habitat (as far as that is possible when living in captivity). The shows are a bit simple, but the kids (below 16) will love it. One day visit is more than enough and you will have seen everything there is to see. Expect some queues at the large attractions, just like in a 'real' themepark.

8. Hunebed D22 bij Bronneger

Popdilweg | +52° 56′ 39.64″, +6° 48′ 2.94″, Bronneger, The Netherlands
Excellent
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4 based on 8 reviews

Hunebed D22 bij Bronneger

Reviewed By Amena317 - Dublin, Ireland

D21 and 22 are a good pair to look at and the information board is informative. If you're interested in prehistoric monuments in Holland, I would recommend these two!

9. Eko-Tours

Valtherweg 36 | Ontvangst bij Fletcher Hotel Hunzebergen, 7875 TB Exloo, The Netherlands
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5 based on 13 reviews

Eko-Tours

Enjoy an adventurous excursion with family and friends on our beautiful Hondsrug Unesco-Parc. Drive yourself in one of our 100% electric 'offroad' vehicles. Our guide will take you on this 'green trip' to special sights and beautiful nature. Book one of the interesting excursions of Eko-Tours on our website!

10. Hunebed D27

Hunebedstraat 22, 9531 JV Borger, The Netherlands
Excellent
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4 based on 80 reviews

Hunebed D27

Reviewed By normandic - Groningen

The megalith is near the "Hunnebed Center" so besides visiting the megalith you can also find a lot of background information about these pre-historical monuments.

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