Drievliet amusement park review: all the information at a glance!
In this amusement park Drievliet review, we give our findings following the various visits we made to this family park in The Hague. We also included the Drievliet amusement park in our blog The Hague with kids, where we listed all of the city’s children’s activities. Furthermore, we provide some general information about Drievliet The Hague such as information about tickets, discounts and the accessibility of the park.
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Accessibility to Drievliet amusement park is good! We have always visited this family park in The Hague by car, and you can park your car just fine in the paid parking lot of the amusement park. You pay a flat fee per day like most amusement parks, and from the parking lot you walk to the entrance of the amusement park in a few minutes.
It is also possible to visit the park by public transportation. From The Hague Holland Spoor train station take streetcar number 15 and then you can get off at Laan van ‘s-Gravenmade almost in front of the amusement park. From The Hague Central, first take streetcar number 9 and then change to streetcar number 15 at Leeghwaterplein/Holland Spoor.
You can easily buy Drievliet tickets online. On Drievliet’s website, these are just for sale. You can also buy tickets to the amusement park at the park’s box office, but you will pay a few euros more. Kids under one meter in height may enter for free. Of course, they can go in a lot fewer attractions than kids taller than a meter.
Just keep in mind that amusement park Drievliet in The Hague is not open all year and is only open during the summer months and vacations. So be sure to check the Drievliet website in advance to see if the park is open if you want to visit.
You can almost always find a discount code online for family park Drievliet in The Hague. There are several websites that offer different discounts. There are also regular promotions at websites like vacation auctions, where you can bid on park tickets and often get a substantial discount.
ANWB members also regularly receive discounts for park entrance. So look carefully online in advance to see if you can get any kind of discount for Drievliet amusement park somewhere, as it can save you a lot of money. Especially if you visit the park with several people.
Drievliet amusement park
Amusement park Drievliet in The Hague is a great place to visit for a whole day. We are usually there when the park opens, because it is a lot quieter in the park then than later in the day. This allows you to do quite a few attractions with the kids in the morning, and you can slow down later in the afternoon when it gets busier and spend time in the playground, for example.
The park is mainly aimed at kids up to about 10/ 11 years old, despite there being some spectacular attractions. For adolescents, the park may soon be a bit on the boring side. Many of the rides you have at Drievliet are rides that you also see at the fairgrounds. In all, you have five spectacular attractions where you also have a height restriction of 1.30 or 1.40 meters at some of them. We did not visit these attractions because our daughter did not yet reach this height when we visited the amusement park in The Hague.
In addition, you have more than 20 attractions designed for younger kids. You can think of a carousel, the famous tree trunks, a Ferris wheel, a haunted castle, a carousel, super slides and many electronic attractions that go over a track where kids can sit on a chicken, for example.
There is also plenty to play at Drievliet amusement park in The Hague. They have playground equipment in several areas of the park. This also makes it fine to let your kids play in different places and have a drink yourself. On hot days, it is then also possible to use the spray park. We never visited the park when the weather was super hot, but if you see that the temperatures are high when you want to visit the park, bring something in swimwear for the kids.
In short, there is enough entertainment to keep you amply entertained for an entire day. You also have two different shows and a 5d cinema movie. So we really had a super good time for an entire day and even came back once more with our daughter when she was a little older again.
Eating and drinking in Drievliet
This family park in The Hague has two different restaurants where you can go for a bite to eat and a drink. At restaurant Mei you can have a sandwich, a salad and some other dishes, and at restaurant the Pavilion you can eat fries and pancakes, among other things. By the way, you are also allowed to bring your own food and drinks when you visit the park. You just may not consume this food in the two restaurants.
Where to stay in The Hague with kids
The Hague is a super fun city to go to with kids. You have enough children’s activities here to keep you entertained for an entire weekend. We ourselves already slept in several hotels here when we visited the city. Because we now have experience with several hotels in the city, we have written a blog for parents with the most family-friendly hotels in The Hague. So for more information and comparison, check out our blog family-friendly hotel The Hague.
Drievliet amusement park review: conclusion
In this review, we have outlined our experiences about the Drievliet amusement park and as far as it is concerned, we think it is a very nice park for families with young kids. We were there at the beginning of the day and did not leave this family park in The Hague until late afternoon when the park was about to close. In that regard, amusement park Drievliet is fun to visit if you are taking a city trip to The Hague with kids, for example. For more information on tickets, attractions and restaurants, check out the Drievliet amusement park website.