Paleis Het Loo (The Woods Palace)

Paleis Het Loo is Located in Apeldoorn, Netherlands. The palace was a residence of the House of Orange-Nassau from the 17th century until the death of Queen Wilhelmina in 1962. The building was renovated between 1976 and 1982. Since 1984, the palace is a state museum open for the general public, showing interiors with original furniture, objects and paintings of the House of Orange-Nassau. — Wikipedia

After paying the entrance fee of 12€, this beautiful wide space will welcome you. We were given several papers upon payment.

Consist of a map, ticket and what to expect.

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 According to the map, this is the number 1 to visit. The Horse Stable. The air still stinks.

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 The Royalty cars.

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 And theirs many keys…

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 Old carriages.

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 The corridor.

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 This what you can see from the side windows. Horses and carriages.

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 Another set of Royalties cars.

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 Oh the weather is so unpredictable!

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 The unfriendly part of the tour. All written in Dutch 😦

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 Start of the long walk….

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 The Main house

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 The Garden

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 I find this bear creepy.

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 I didn’t took pictures inside the house (just the chandelier and this creepy bear) . I’m more on wandering and looking. It was a bit overwhelming.

Every time we enter on a bedroom my only comment is “the bed is small”. Maybe, they are not that tall before unlike now.

My favorite part and where we spent most of our time goofing around is in the garden. It’s so beautiful. We even plan to play hide and seek.

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4 thoughts on “Paleis Het Loo (The Woods Palace)

  1. Nice read, I just passed this onto a colleague who was doing a little research on that. And he just bought me lunch as I found it for him smile Therefore let me rephrase that: Thank you for lunch!

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