How is wine produced? In the cellars of one of Holland’s oldest wine houses, you will learn all about the production process and different flavors of wine. Naturally you can enjoy a glass of wine, too.
- Taste wine in unique surroundings with an expert guide.
- Learn everything about the wine making process.
- If you want to extend the experience at home, the museum shop offers a broad selection of the best wines.
When visiting the wine museum in Arnhem, you will learn all about the history and process of making wine. The wine museum is associated with one of Holland’s oldest wine houses: Robbers en van den Hoogen. If anyone knows about wine, they do. The guides manage to communicate their knowledge to the visitors with panache.
Basic Museum Tasting
You will start with a guided tour of the authentic wine cellars, where you will have the opportunity to try 3 beautiful wine types with a brief explanation by a wine expert. The tasting experience is made extra special by standing amid the bottled wines. Tours start every Saturday at 13:30 or 15:00. You can also combine the tasting session with a visit to the wine museum for a total of just €15 per person. Hint: if you plan to attend the tasting session at 15:00, the best thing is to visit the museum before that.
The museum is located on Velperweg 23 in Arnhem, within walking distance from the Arnhem-Velperpoort railway station.
Other attractions in Arnhem
Visit the Nederlands Watermuseum: an interactive museum that guides you through the world of water. Other must-sees near Arnhem: Openluchtmuseum, National Park de Hoge Veluwe with the Kröller-Müller Museum, and Burgers Zoo. In short, there is ample opportunity to spend several days in Arnhem with the entire family.
Accommodations in Arnhem
There is a wide choice of hotels and apartments in and near Arnhem. One option is to spend the night in the city center, so you can visit the city or explore the surroundings by public transport. You can also spend the night just outside the city limits. One option is National Park de Hoge Veluwe, where you can step from your hotel straight into the natural landscape.