Author name: Amanda van Mulligen

Amanda van Mulligen is a freelance writer. British born, she was whisked off to the Netherlands on a promise of a windmill wedding and now raises three sons with her Dutch husband in the east of the country. She writes about her Dutch life on her blog 'Turning Dutch' and on the topic of highly sensitive children at 'Happy Sensitive Kids'.

Museums in the Netherlands

5 Out of the Ordinary Museums in the Netherlands that Children Will Love

There are over a thousand museums in the Netherlands across the length and breadth of the country. The themes of the museums vary as much as the size. Many famous museums are located in the country’s capital city of Amsterdam, such as the Van Gogh Museum and the Anne Frank House. However, if you venture […]

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10 Fun Facts About the Achterhoek in the Netherlands

The Achterhoek is an area in the most easterly part of the Netherlands stretching between Arnhem and Nijmegen, in the province of Gelderland. It is also one of the most beautiful parts of the Netherlands, known for its abundant nature, rural landscape, and picturesque villages. Best of all it’s my home. And all this despite

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5 Reasons To Travel to the Netherlands With Kids

5 Reasons To Travel to the Netherlands With Kids

There’s much more to the Netherlands than the stereotypical images that spring to mind. The Netherlands may be a small country but it is surprisingly versatile, diverse and incredibly child-friendly. Here are five reasons why you should travel to the Netherlands with kids. 1. Animal Parks, Museums and Castles Galore The Netherlands has its fair

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