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Do & See
With the stream Niers passing through the centre of the town, you will soon warm up to the charm and charisma of the town. Throughout the year Weeze puts on a range of events including annual street parties, a Christmas market, handicraft fairs and carnivals. There are unlimited possibilities in the Lower Rhine, whether it is about the historic ambience of castles, mills and manor houses or the rustic countryside guesthouses, the river banks, beer gardens or farm cafés. If you like the outdoor pursuits then you will just love the region, which is abundant in things to do including walking through the picturesque countryside or using the many cycle tracks. There are numerous waters and streams in the region, such as the river Rhine, the stream Niers, the river Meuse and Waal, which snake past inns, manor houses and cafés. This is a dream terrain for cycling, hiking, riding and water sports.
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Xanten’s Archaelogical Park

The Xanten Archaeological Park illustrates how the Romans lived in Xanten, while the Roman Museum contains archaeological finds such as tools and everyday objects. Visit the thermal baths and find out more about the Roman bathing tradition.
Castle Moyland

Castle Moyland

Castle Moyland opened as a museum in 1997 and has extensive gardens and a huge collection of pictures by Joseph Bewys. The herb garden and sculpture park are both worth a look.
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Museum Kurhaus

Museum Kurhaus was once one of "the" hotels of Kleve, but the building later turned into a modern museum. Today the museum exhibits both ancient and modern works.
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Kernie’s Family Park

Kernie’s Family Park is part of a unique leisure centre on the site of a former nuclear power plant that was never actually brought into commission. Kids aged from 3 to 12 will love the spinning tea-cups, Ferris wheel, trampolines, log flume, roller coaster and much more.
Airborne Museum Hartenstein

Airborne Museum Hartenstein

The main focus of the Airborne Museum is the 1944 Battle of Arnhem. The building used to be a hotel where the British commanders were billeted. The museum also houses a comprehensive collection of weapons, uniforms and other objects.
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Dutch Open Air Museum

The Dutch Open Air Museum is home to around 80 typically Dutch original houses and farms from all over the country. They provide an insight into the daily lives of the Dutch people and how they have been living for the past 250 years. There is a historical tram to take you around the extensive museum grounds.
Orientalis Museum Park

Orientalis Museum Park

Take a journey through the "biblical lands“ where Judaism, Christianity and Islam were born. In the undulating nature reserve where the museum is set you will feel as though you have been transported to a distant world. Wander among oriental villages and streets, Bedouin tents and animals, a synagogue and an early Christian church.
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RAF Laarbruch Museum

This museum is housed in the former church of St. Peter, next to the cinema on the grounds of the old military air-base. The building contains documentation, posters, photographs and other materials related to RAF Laarbruch.
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