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The museum provides a picture of the Twente industry; past, present and future. In the museum, a century and a half of industrial development has been brought together in a dynamic way. From steam engine to space travel.
The museum motto is Discover! Play! Enjoy!; So also very suitable for the little ones.
Tuesday - Friday 12:00 am - 5:00 pm
Saturday - Sunday 12:00 - 5:00 pm
For openinghours during holidays check www.oyfo.nl
Admission € 8,00 and children up to 3 years free
Industriestraat 9, Hengelo
From City Hotel Hengelo you first cycle through the beautiful old heart of Hengelo. Like Enschede, Hengelo emerged thanks to the textile industry in the nineteenth century. There are some beautiful old buildings to admire here, such as the old St. Lambert's Basilica. Further on you will pass Techniekmuseum Heim, a nice starter. You will also pass through Tuindorp 't Lansink, a beautiful old neighborhood with a protected face. So much fun and then you are not even out of Hengelo!
From City Hotel Hengelo you first ride your legs loose in the countryside. You will immediately experience that characteristic Twente tranquility. In Deurningen you can see some authentic Saxon farms. At Landgoed Kaamps you are welcome for a pit stop, before you immerse yourself in the landscape of Twente again. When you arrive at Restaurant 't Hertme's Ambacht, you probably feel like eating something. Then you can take a look at the Grotenhuis, a former manor house.
You can relax in the Twente landscape. You start at Café Sprakel in Lonneker (12 km from the hotel). You walk along the Lonnekermolen from 1851. During the Second World War, this mill played a more important role. During this period, the miller illegally made large quantities of flour that kept many families alive. The versatility of Twente continues to surprise you. Also around Lonneker you walk through a wonderfully quiet landscape where bushes, streams and hay and grasslands alternate. At the intersection of Braakweg and Zuidkamp, you will pass two monumental buildings. At number 140 you can see the oldest building: a coach house from 1884.
A ride on a rail bike is more than just the experience of the track. There are several fun and interesting things to see in the immediate vicinity of the route. This starts with the Fanny Blankers-Koen Stadium at the departure point and the route of the track along the Kuipersdijk in Hengelo.
On the way to Twekkelo you will pass the bridges of the lock complex in the Twente Canal, which is a National Monument. Also at the terminus of the line, on the edge of the hamlet of Twekkelo, are several interesting sights such as "Het Plukreef" (300 meters), tea garden Op "t Oorbeck (1,500 meters) and" De Zuivelhoeve "(500 meters).
Furthermore, the area around the railway is characterized by AKZO's historic wooden salt drilling towers, some of which are just a few hundred meters away from the railway.
If you're just as fond of cake as the cake lovers among us, then you really have to eat a delicious pastry at Gustaf. Here, confectioner Jan makes the most delicious things!
Lunch, dinner and drinks
with an Italian touch!
Gran Caffè Markanti is a cozy restaurant with a long bar at the front, small seating areas everywhere and an open kitchen in the back. Thanks to the open kitchen, all those delicious smells immediately make you feel like an Italian meal. Every day you can go here for a cold beer, a delicious glass of wine and a good dinner with an Italian touch.
Poppodium Metropool can be counted among the most beautiful pop music venues in the Netherlands. Not only do big names appear, but also the smaller emerging bands get a chance here. Artists often stay overnight with us, so you may well encounter your idol at breakfast. The nice thing is that in combination with your Metropool admission ticket you can stay overnight with us at a nice discount.
Bombai Spice, an authentic Indian restaurant.
'An eatery for everyone, with a very extensive menu for everyone. In addition to the fixed menu, a constantly changing specialty menu, depending on the season. And of course a three-course menu. In good weather in summer, the Buurman has a beautiful terrace with about 50 seats. The restaurant is right next to the hotel.
On wednesday and saturday, the market is open on the market square, from 09:00 till 17:00.