De Hoge Veluwe National Park
The Park has coniferous woodland, deciduous woodland and mixed woodland, where coniferous and broad-leaved trees grow side by side. It also has a very unusual Juniper wood. There are also other landscapes besides woodland, such as wet and dry heathland, sand drifts and grasslands. It is interesting to note that each environment has its own types of vegetation. After all, a plant that only grows on wet, boggy ground will never be found in a vast area of sand drifts.
The Park has no less than three museums. It is truly a place where nature, art and architecture come together. Visitors can combine a walk or a cycle tour along rich landscaps with a visit to the Kröller-Müller Museum, the Museonder or Jachthuis Sint Hubertus.