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Groningen

museum de Buitenplaats

Hey, I'm planning to drive through the northern part of the Netherlands. Museum de Buitenplaats seems like a cool place but the homepage was under construction and I couldn't get any information in English. Is this a place worth a visit? Would I have a hard time due to a language barrier?
Thanks!!



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answered by
a VirtualTourist member from Brussels

See jorisvanalphen.com/blog/exhi... which links to books.google.be/books?id=vvS...
I don't see how there can be a language barrier with respect to figurative art, or the architecture and gardens, although I guess you won't be attending any poetry readings or story-telling sessions! However, it would be unusual for a Dutch museum not to have material available in English.
This might possibly interest you also: thelateststory.com/tag/museu...




answered by
a VirtualTourist member from Hengelo

The Dutch version of the website is up and running, I guess the English version is the part that is under construction.

It looks a great place to visit with the garden and the museum itself.

Enlisg will not be a problem. I cannot think of any Dutch museum, that would not support English speaking visitors.

PJ




answered by
a VirtualTourist member from Broek op Langedijk

Am living in the northern parts. Do not know if you already visited De Buitenplaats, but I dare to recommend it! most of the times comments in paper are positive, and i am pretty sure you will have no language barrier. .. ah, i could have looked at yr page be4 answering this haha but in case u have not yet visited: am curious about your experience!!





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