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Rotterdam: Miniworld Rotterdam Entry Ticket

1. Rotterdam: Miniworld Rotterdam Entry Ticket

Visit the largest indoor miniature collection in the Netherlands, Belgium, and Luxembourg. Located in the center of Rotterdam, Miniworld offers a unique way to explore the city of Rotterdam as well as other parts of the Netherlands. See the history, architecture, stories, and absorbing maritime tradition of Rotterdam with a birds-eye view. View vast rural Dutch landscapes, filled with windmills and typical Dutch villages. The whole miniature world takes up over 650 square meters of space. In Miniworld a day lasts 24 minutes. When night falls, look down as thousands of tiny lights sparkle in the dark. At dawn, the 27,000 tiny inhabitants wake up and the city comes to life. See intercity trains rush to their destinations, and trucks carry their cargo to and from the miniature port. Look closely and take note of the level of detail. Continue on to the exhibition of Great Britain in miniature. See the whole length of the country represented, from the White Cliffs of Dover, through the sloping hills of England, up to the Scottish Highlands. See Britain’s rich rail history represented, with spectacular viaducts, bridges, and historic railway lines.

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What people are saying about South Holland

Before visiting the mini world, I didn't know it would be an indoor experience. In Brussels it was a park landscape. Therefore the information should be a little more detailed.

We had problems in finding a parking place respectively a parking garage due to the bad signage (in the end we succeeded). We saw lovely details.

A really fascinating place to visit - especially after exploring Rotterdam itself, it's then fun to see the same things in miniature!

Basically nicely done, but quite manageable in terms of size. Therefore the entrance fee is not really cheap.