Join an organised bus tour (May till September, every last Sunday of the month) or visit the Land Art in Flevoland on your own. For groups of all sizes we organise custom tours.
From May through September, tours are organized every last Sunday of the month. From the departure point at Kunstlinie Almere Flevoland (at 10:00) a bus takes visitors on a tour along all the Land Art works. Along the way, a professional guide talks about the artworks, the landscape and the origin of the polder. Halfway through the day, lunch is served at a special location. The day ends at around 17:30 at Kunstlinie Almere Flevoland.
Organised tours cost € 49,50 per person (this includes transportation by bus, guide, coffe, tea, and lunch). Tickets are available through KAF ticketshop. For more information please contact Marie-Josée Röselaers at email@example.com.
Dates for our tours in 2018 are Sunday May 27th, Sunday June 24th, Sunday July 29th, Sunday August 26th, and Sunday September 30th.
For groups of students or professionals - or for special occasions such as a field trip or your organization’s anniversary - we offer tours especially tailored to your wishes. We can also organize English- or German spoken tours. The costs of the guide, lunches, bus, organization and additional extras will be charged to you. These tours can also visit other locations in Flevoland. For more information contact us via firstname.lastname@example.org.
Of course it is possible to visit the Land Art in Flevoland by yourself. Have a look on our page with locations and route descriptions to see where you can find the Land Art and how to get there.
Tips for lunch locations:
*Stadslandgoed De Kemphaan near The Green Cathedral by Marinus Boezem in Almere.
*De Taveerne at Batavialand near Exposure by Antony Gormley in Lelystad.
*De Cantine at Batavialand near Exposure by Antony Gormley in Lelystad.
*Hotel Van Saaze in the surroundings of PIER+HORIZON by Paul de Kort near Kraggenburg.
*Het Wapen van Ens in the surroundings of PIER+HORIZON by Paul de Kort near Kraggenburg.
*De Oude Bieb in the surroundings of Sea Level by Richard Serra in Zeewolde