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Amsterdam & the Dutch Coast Music School Tours

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This centrally located venue is excellent for youth choral groups.

This church towers over the marketplace in Delft. Choral groups can perform lunchtime concerts here for the paying visitors.

This Catholic church in the beautiful old town of Monnickendam hosts a successful concert series and offers a sizeable performance space.

Concerts in this attractive square always draw good audiences throughout spring and summer.

A cross-shaped church in the gothic style dating back to the 14th century and is situated where the old Rhine and the new Rhine meet. Groups can perform prior to the Saturday evening service or we can arrange a concert on request.

This church extends a warm welcome to a variety of ensembles.

Choirs may sing during the Sunday service then perform a mixed/secular programme afterwards at De Witte Kerk. Groups may also perform at St Jozefkerk. A very warm welcome from the local community is guaranteed at these striking parish churches.

Groups with popular repertoires will enjoy performing on the seaside promenade.

The beautiful flower gardens provide a picturesque setting for concerts during springtime.

There are many retirement centres in the region, all offering a warm welcome to groups, such as the Stichting Groenhoven in Leiden.

Guest groups may audition to give acoustic performances at the popular and largest theme park in the Netherlands (selected dates only). 

Containing the preserved warehouse offices, annexe and a modern extension, students can visit the rooms where the Frank family hid for over two years and where Anne wrote her diary. The modern extension houses exhibitions on those hiding in the annexe and on the wider story of the fate of Europe’s Jewish population, as well as displays seeking to link these themes to contemporary issues relating to persecution and prejudice.

Set on the banks of the river Zaan, this delightful old hamlet gives students an impression of 17th and 18th century Zaanse villages with green wooden houses, tradesman workshops, historic windmills and more.

You could also take a boat trip on the river or enjoy a daily clog making demonstration at the Wooden Shoe Workshop.

Known as the World of Wonders where fairytales come true, this is the most popular theme park in the Netherlands. This theme park is home to ‘Aquanura’, the largest water show in Europe.

Since 1967, Phantasialand has been providing top-quality entertainment for visitors of all ages. 

Phantasialand is one of Europe’s top entertainment parks. Situated in Brühl near Cologne in the heart of the Rhineland, it is the number one German entertainment park for youth groups from the UK. 

Seven themed areas with worldwide unique attractions and internationally multi-award-winning shows, promise to be great fun and an educational experience for your group. Each themed area has its own individual character but they all have one thing in common: the potential for learning through experience. And when the summer season has finished, Phantasialand is also the place to head for winter fun! Its winter season features all the favourite rides as well as special winter shows and exciting bonus attractions. 

A sub-tropical swimming paradise with whirling slides, jet-streamers, rapids, whirlpools and more.

See the major sights of Amsterdam as you travel along the canal.

Take a river boat cruise on the Meuse and to see this beautiful town from the river.

Here you’ll find it all. The wildest roller coasters, most exciting attractions, and coolest festivals

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