There is something about being an adrenaline junkie that just seems exciting and makes one feel like a daredevil. For dedicated thrill seekers out there, we definitely an answer for you. Walibi Holland has everything in place to give visitors just the right amount of that adrenaline rush they seek. Located in Biddinghuizen (municipality of Dronten) in the Dutch province of Flevoland, Walibi Holland is one of the Netherlands biggest and most exciting amusement parks in the Netherlands. Walibi is home to the Goliath, which is the fastest and highest roller coaster in the Benelux. They also host an event called “Walibi Fright Nights” during Halloween and is one of the Netherlands’ most popular Halloween events.
Do you dare? If you do, purchase some tickets and show us how brave you are!
Some of Walibi Holland’s most famous rides are:
- The Speed of Sound
- El Condor
- Xpress: Platform 13
- Robin Hood roller coasters
- And so much more …
Watch the video below to get a good impression of the amusement park and some of the rides that have fascinated visitors for years.
Introduction video: Walibi Holland
Under the name Flevohof, the park was once started as a farm park where city dwellers went to get acquainted with agriculture. When it went bankrupt in the early 90s, the park was taken over by the Walibi Group and renamed Walibi Flevo. This group was later taken over by Premier Parks in 1998 and the park changed to Six Flags Holland in 2000. From season 2005 up to and including season 2010, the park was known under the name Walibi World. The park has since changed its name to Walibi Holland in 2011.
In 2016, Walibi Holland launched a new roller coaster called Lost Gravity. Prior to the launch, On 24 June 2015, Walibi Holland made it known that the roller coaster would be 32 meters high and would have 2 inversions. Lost Gravity is a fan favourite and visitors (both adults and kids alike) always want to give it a try when they visit the amusement park.
Make sure you buy your tickets and experience some of the adrenaline rushes that come with a typical visit to Walibi Holland. If you dare!
Walibi Opening Hours
Walibi Holland is open from March 30, 2018, up until October 28, 2018.
|Monday||10:00 – 17:00|
|Tuesday||10:00 – 17:00|
|Wednesday||10:00 – 17:00|
|Thursday||10:00 – 17:00|
|Friday||10:00 – 17:00|
|Saturday||10:00 – 18:00|
|Sunday||10:00 – 18:00|
Skip-the-line Walibi Holland Tickets
We understand how precious your time is! That’s why we advise you to order your tickets online via the official Walibi website. They offer a discount and skip-the-line tickets. More information can be found on their website. All you have to do is click on the blue button, purchase as many tickets as you want and then, just head to Walibi Holland. You wouldn’t even need to print it out. Just show it on your mobile phone or tablet and you’re good to go!
Online discount tickets
Buying your Walibi ticket online can not only safe you time at the counter, it can also safe you money! On the official Walibi website, you’ll get a discount for buying online upto a few euro’s per ticket. Make sure to plan your visit, as tickets with date have a discount, in contrary to the undated tickets which cost extra. Make sure to pick a date, deals might only be shown in the second step of the purchase. With a bit of luck you can find a special deal, such as the one displayed below; with the friends and family deal, you only pay €25,- per ticket, instead of €36,50 at the counter! *
*This deal was found on the 26th of August 2019 – this might be a temporary offer no rights can be derived.
Address, Contact Information and Route to Walibi Holland
Walibi Holland is located in Biddinghuizen, a village in the municipality of Dronten in the Netherlands. It is situated in the centre of the province of Flevoland, about 13 km north of the city of Hardewijk. It’s about 2 hours from Amsterdam Central station by train.
8256 RJ XX Biddinghuizen
+31 (0) 321 32 99 99
Walibi Holland on the Map
Public Transport to Walibi Holland
Walibi is located in Biddinghuizen, in the province of Flevoland, which is quite far from Amsterdam. There are trains leaving Amsterdam Central station every 30 minutes and the journey lasts approximately 2 hours.
To arrive at the theme park from different parts of the Netherlands, visitors must first make their way to the Harderwijk Train station. From the Harderwijk Train station, visitors can hop on the Walibi Express, a shuttle that goes directly from the train station to the front gate of Walibi World.
From Amsterdam Central Station:
Take the train from Amsterdam Central station to Station Hardewijk and take the bus 247 (Walibi Express) to Walibi Holland. Tickets can be bought on the bus.
Travelling from Amsterdam/Almere: on the A6 motorway, take the Lelystad turnoff and follow the signs leading to Walibi.
In the Netherlands, the two easiest ways to get to Walibi World are by train and by car. Walibi World Theme Park is located in between the A6 and A28 motorways which are a part of a larger highway system that connects this area to many parts of Europe. From Amsterdam, Walibi World is just an hour’s drive away on the major motorways.
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Public Parking at Walibi Holland
There are lots of car rental companies that operate within Amsterdam Airport Schiphol airport, and this helps visitors to quickly and easily rent a car for their visit to Walibi Holland. Walibi is approximately a 90-minute drive from both Rotterdam and Groningen, so visitors that choose to fly into the regional airports in those cities will also be able to easily drive to the park. Parking a car at Walibi Holland costs €8,- per day. The park is located in the Province of Flevoland and is easy to reach from all parts of the country. Walibi Holland is also easily accessible by public transport.
How To Get Around
There are free bicycle parking facilities outside of the park grounds and this definitely encourages a lot of visitors to bring their own bikes or maybe rent bikes and bring them along. The theme park is located less than ten miles from the city of Elburg, and numerous hotels and bed and breakfasts operate in the city, so biking to the theme park is a good option for those lodging in Elburg. Note: Cycling is only allowed outside of the Walibi grounds. You have to park your bikes and lock them before making your way into the amusement park as bicycles are forbidden inside of the amusement park.
Walibi Holland FAQ
Do I need to print out my tickets?
No, that is not necessary. You can always show your tickets barcodes on your mobile phone or tablet.
Is there some sort of security system watching over my car?
No, parking at the Walibi car park is entirely at one’s own risk. Walibi is not liable for damage suffered as a consequence of breaking into or the theft of one’s car.
Are weapons allowed in the amusement park?
No, the carrying of guns or any other dangerous objects is forbidden. Walibi Holland retains the right to remove the owner of this from the park, possibly in concerted action with the police.
Is smoking allowed in the amusement park?
No, smoking is prohibited in the queues, attractions, and catering establishments. This also applies to e-cigarettes.
Are pets allowed in Walibi Holland?
No, pets are not allowed, with the exception of guide dogs for the blind and the disabled.
Are bicycles allowed on the park premises?
Cycling is allowed outside of the park but it is forbidden to enter the park with a bicycle, skates, scooter or other vehicles with the exception of wheelchairs and baby strollers.
Do certain rules apply to participation in some rides?
Yes, certain rules do apply. Height, posture and/or health criteria can apply to certain attractions. These limits are implemented for the safety of the visitors. No refund is provided if a visitor cannot participate in an attraction as a result of the criteria applied.
Is there a dress code for Walibi Holland?
Yes, a shirt, shorts, and shoes must be worn at all times and on warm days as well. Access to the park can be denied when visitors show up in inappropriate clothing which damages the good atmosphere in Walibi. Access to certain attractions can also be refused if clothing may involve a safety hazard.
Note: Persons who are dressed up or wish to enter the park wearing (sports) club clothing may be refused and/or removed from the park without any right to a refund (or a part of the price) of the entrance ticket and/or other reimbursements.
Walibi Holland Reviews
Walibi Holland is one of the Netherlands’ most popular amusement parks. It’s a place filled with thrill seekers and adrenaline junkies and we are always interested in knowing what they all think about it. Did it live up to your expectations? Was it well worth the money? Do you think it’s overrated? Please leave your reviews of Walibi Holland and help out other visitors decide whether they would be paying a visit or not.
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