Hengelo (Dutch pronunciation: [ˈɦɛŋəloː] ( listen)) is a city in the eastern part of the Netherlands, in the province of Overijssel. The city lies along the motorways A1/E30 and A35 and it has a station for the international Amsterdam – Hannover – Berlin service.
Restaurants in Hengelo
4.5 based on 47 reviews
The ground floor of this museum is mostly filled with steam engines, most of which actually run at the press of a button. I've seen such engines in many places, but it is rare to see them running, and usually you cannot operate them yourself. In this museum you can. Especially the huge engine used on a boat is great. There's also some displays about textile machines. On the higher floors there are displays about radar and related technologies, about the use of chlorine, and about sustainable technologies. And much more. I think they could add sections about the most recent technological developments, such as nanotechnology.
4 based on 52 reviews
Day out for the whole family to the Waarbeek Twente ! For an affordable price, you can enjoy the whole day of the Bumper Cars , the Hully Gully, the Calypso, the toboggan run , the Bungee Diver, the Cool Twister and antique Zweefmolen . You can also enjoy the whiz Jobs Soar high above the water or fly in your own UFO in Skyflyer . For the little ones there are the lazy Pumpkin, the Ducks Carousel, the Mice Town and Old Rail Train . And for the little ones there is even a special safe playground with junior Roundabout . The park is made even cozier with daily live entertainment that includes a thrilling adventures show , fun dances and funny impersonations at the attractions
This is a very nice daytrip. Almost 4 stars for me. Especially for children in the age 4-12. They really can easily enjoy themselves for 5 hours in this park. Or longer. There are a lot of attractions with no fear factor, for the children that do not like rollercoaster kind of things. One tip, bring your own food. I bought a hot dog for lunch and it was really disgusting. There is not a lot of choice in food anyhow, so make some sandwiches at home to eat there. Entrance is 9,95 euro for everyone, children or adults.
4.5 based on 13 reviews
This 9 holes golfcourse is rated #2 on the list of outstanding Dutch Golf Courses.
The course was established around 1926 and is situated between the cities Hengelo and Enschede
in the eastern part of the Netherlands. The course is a woodland course. The charming clubhouse invites you to have a nice meal after your round in this spectacular country side.
The course and the facilities are very well maintained, green fees are welcome.
4.5 based on 5 reviews
Railbiking. Where once rolled steam- and freight trains you can now railbike yourself over real train tracks. Bike across Bridges, locks and crossings and taste the atmosphere of 125 years of railroad history in Twente.
This is a fantastic use of the old railway line, and a great way to see some of the countryside. We had a great time, and would definitely recommend it!
4 based on 12 reviews
There's some WWII stuff, some other 20th century stuff, some information and paintings about the industrialization, a clock from the old town hall. I'd say it's the minimum you expect in a historic museum.
3.5 based on 6 reviews
Heard about this place and saw them advertising themselves as the "most fun" and "biggest" indoor playground of The Netherlands, so worth a shot for our 2 year old boy.
It's hard to find this place as it's located in an old factory and the entrance is pretty well hidden with only 1 fairly small sign indicating where the entrance is. It's right accross fromt he Jumbo Supermarket parking lot. Drive between the two bushes and park your car next to the first building you run into. Then walk around the building on the right side and you'll see the door with the Bengeltjes signs.
Can't really explain why, but this place didn't feel too good. The toys are in a fairly decent state, but look a bit old and worn off. Especially comparing this with other indoor Playgrounds in i.e. Enschede and Borne. I was pretty surprised as well that on a Saturday during the day, which should be their top notch day, there were at most only 3 families present with their kids to play. The toys just feel "tired" and "worn out".
My son also didn't like it as much as he does with the other two indoor Playgrounds located in Enschede and Borne. He did like to be the driver in the two cars though.
There's free WiFi of decent quality available throughout the whole venue.
Staff is hidden somewhere in a back room and only comes out if you want to order drinks or food at the bar.
Prices are a bit higher than they are in Enschede and Borne as well.
There is some dirt here and there in the playground. Nothing too bad, but could be better too. Floor boards in the small disco room are loose too. Can imagine kids cutting their bare feet on it. Same with some steel edges on the floors and screws here and there sticking out. Doesn't feel completely safe.
We won't come back here again as we prefer the other indoor Playgrounds.
3.5 based on 3 reviews
It is a pity, but when my husband and I found this place whilst wandering around, it was on a Sunday, and the children's animal farm was closed. But we looked at all the animals which were around the edge of it where we could walk, and we also walked to a nice peaceful place nearby where we could sit on a public bench and watch the ducks swimming around. It is a lovely place for children..
4 based on 1 reviews
Was leuk! Mooie velden en ondanks dat we maar met 5 waren kregen we een instructeur mee. Extra balletje waren wel wat aan de prijzige kant.
2.5 based on 10 reviews
Recent met een vriendengroep ge-lasergamed. Duurt 15min en dan heb je het ook wel weer gezien. Daarna nog even een uurtje gepoold.
Na het poolen wilden wij nog een pilsje aan de bar drinken wat er gezellig uitziet, maar voor een donderdagavond was er weinig te doen en dus maar een ander café opgezocht.
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