De Hoge Veluwe National Park is unique in the world due to its combination of natural beauty and art. The landscape is continuously changing; as you explore the Park, you pass through varied woodland, over heaths and grasslands, and through foreign-looking sand drift dunes. The 5,400-hectare Park is the ideal place to find peace and tranquillity while admiring the unique scenery and potting wild animals. If you’re lucky you might even catch a glimpse of the ‘big four’: stag, wild boar, mouflon and roe deer. In the Visitors’ Centre at the heart of the Park you can learn much more about the Park’s wildlife, and the underground museum called Museonder lets you take a peek beneath the surface – quite literally.