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Reviewed July 03, 2016.
Lean about the regions history, underwater archaeology, beachcombing and visit the fisherman’s village. This is a great stop while exploring the beautiful island Texel. Beautiful interactive exhibits have been built to engage people of all ages. Plan to spend approximately two hours. If traveling by car, accessible parking is available at the museum entrance. If traveling with public transportation, the museum can be accessed via bus 29 (Stop Heemskerckstraat). The museum is also available by taxi and bicycle. The company Accessible Travel Netherlands can make arrangements for you. The main museum has a lift and is fully accessible by wheelchair. The fisherman's cottages and some of the outdoor historic buildings are not fully accessible. Accessible toilets are available at the museum Staff members are friendly and are willing to assist when needed. Though parts of the museum are not fully accessible by wheelchair, there is still plenty to see with beautiful exhibits. This is also a great place to visit when the weather is rainy.
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