Great museum, history of Heineken beer. Throughout the experience, I believe you will fall in love with Heineken as I do. It takes about an hour and a half to visit. There are two beers in the ticket. There are many interesting interactive designs, photos and videos that can be sent to your mailbox. The Heineken Souvenir Store can make its own Heineken beer, and the glass can be engraved with its name. Don't miss it.
It's a pleasure to visit Heineken Beer, which has the whole process of making beer, as well as their stables. The first half of the process is a highly interactive explanation, with 4-D interactive movies, and the second half is the various peripherals that their family sells.
Heineken is a well-known beer brand in the Netherlands. It has beer house, projection room, Experience Hall and souvenir shop. It can get a deeper understanding of the history of Heineken beer, its production process and very good experience. Finally, it can taste Heineken beer. I like this kind of tour very much.
Because most Europeans believe in Christianity and Christians call bread and wine God's flesh and blood, wine is very popular in European countries, such as France, Italy, Spain and so on. However, in fact, people drink the most wine, or "beer". Germany, the Netherlands and Belgium, located in Western Europe, are all beer kingdoms. Compared with the thick, heavy, black German beer, which retains the traditional Belgian monastery beer brewed in the old way, Heineken in the Netherlands has a more fashionable feeling. Among the more than 200 breweries in the Netherlands, Heineken is the most famous brewery in the world. Even in the German band Groove Coverage, "She" the girl carries Heineken Heineken Heineken Heineken. The Heineken Heineken Heineken Heineken Heineken Heineken was formerly the brewery of Heineken Beer, but closed in 1988 and has now been converted into a museum to show visitors the history and brewing process of beer. Heineken Experience Address of Heineken Experience - "Stadhouderskade 78, 1072 Amsterdam How to Arrive - "Take Line 16, 24, 25 from Central Station and leave at "Stadhouderskade" Station. Take Line 7 to Flevopark or Line 10 to Azartplein at "Leidseplein" and exit at "Weteringcircuit" as directed. Opening time - "Monday to Thursday - "10: 30-19:30 (the day of admission and ticket sales deadline is 17: 30); Friday to Sunday - "10: 30-21: 00 (the day of admission and ticket sales deadline is 19; 00); July, August - "Monday to Sunday - "10: 30-21: 00 (the day of admission and ticket sales deadline is 19; 00). On December 24 and 31, the Heineken Experience Tour was opened to 16 - "00 (the day of admission and ticket sales were up to 14; 30). Tickets for attractions - "Adult 18 Euros (online booking 16 Euros), 12-17 years old 12.5 Euros, under 11 years old free. P.S. Mobile phone downloading the Heineken Experience Tour App in advance will help us understand the whole experience process. In combination with audio-visual demonstrations, additional travel guides including English, Italian, Russian, Dutch, German, French, Portuguese, Chinese and Spanish will be provided.
Ticket - "18, voice guide 2.5, provide Chinese explanation. There are 4-D movies and interactive games in the experiencing hall. Finally, you can taste fresh beer. The drunkard has to go to the place of pilgrimage. In this old brewery, each room has its own unique atmosphere. In previous brewing rooms, impressive hop boilers remained. We've been narrowed down. During the beer journey, we become empty beer bottles, along different processes (we feel hot during beer fermentation, we get wet when we swim in beer), until we become bottles full of Heineken beer for consumers to drink. You will find yourself on the conveyor belt, experiencing the whole wine-making process with hundreds of bottles. You can also pay for lettering to create your own beer bottle.
Amsterdam is the headquarters of Heineken Beer. There are natural pavilions to introduce the history and brewing process of Heineken Beer. There's a projection hall. It takes a lot of time to tell the history of their company. It's still a 4D movie. In addition, there is Heineken Beer Experience Zone, you can enjoy a glass of Heineken Beer free of charge, sincerely good don't miss it.
In fact, the Heineken Museum is more interesting. You can stay in it and experience it. If you have enough time, the three museums can play for a day. Time is limited, so we didn't stay too much in the Heineken Museum, even beer was not converted out, the Heineken Museum as a whole is a little trivial, you can play in it more. The World Cup is coming! If you start drinking beer and cheering loudly, there's no better place than the Heineken Museum.
Very worthwhile place to go, when I first pass, I see someone queuing up and whether to go or not. Fortunately, on the last day I squeezed out time to queue up, or I will regret it. Can understand the history of beer, there is a very good 4D movie, this is also a small row for a while, after watching the free beer, there are many interactive games, have their own experience of pouring beer, pouring beer just right is not easy, you can pour your own wine and drink another glass, there is a certificate, stuffed in a box like potato chips.
The whole venue is divided into three categories, one is to introduce the glorious history of Heineken; the other is the brewing process of popular science beer; the third is various entertainment projects and beer tasting. It's very interesting. I couldn't tell you how beer is brewed before, but the experience hall not only gives you access to the raw materials and equipment for brewing beer, but also provides you with a short film to experience the whole process and greatly satisfy my curiosity. Husband also enjoyed playing in the entertainment facilities, because Heineken sponsored the Champions League, so there are many games related to football in the Experience Hall. At the end of the experience, you can exchange two bottles of beer with two Tokens included in the fare, sit on an open balcony with excellent location, and enjoy unwind yourself.