Amstelpark - Situated in the suburb of ‘Buitenveldert’, southwest of Amsterdam, this park was designed in 1972. It is a great location to go to with children. Facilities including a playground, miniature golf, a small circulating train and pony rides.
Among its attractions are also a big labyrinth and a model garden with nursery and a (real) miniature train touring through the park. The well preserved windmill from 1636 is located on the southern tip of the park. Art exhibitions are held in ‘Het Glazen Huis’ (the glass house) and the Papillon Gallery.
How to get there:
By car: On the A10, take exit s109. Coming from the city centre it’s just South-East of the A10.
By public transport: Take tram line 50 or 51 from central station or bus line 62 from the Amstel station. Both leave very regularly.