Spring photo safari
The park was purchased by Anton and Helene Kröller-Müller, a wealthy German-Dutch couple, in 1914. He wanted hunting grounds, she wanted a museum site. They got both. It was given to the state in 1930, and in 1938 a museum opened for Helene’s remarkable art collection. A visit to the park can fill an entire day, and even if you don’t have a bike, you can borrow one of the park’s hundreds of famous, free white bicycles.
On next friday, 17 may is there in the Durch National park “de Hoge Veluwe” a Spring photo safari.
See for more information: “de hoge veluwe”