A fun and educational attraction for visitors of all ages.
Ridammerhoeve is home to around 250 goats, which are raised in a natural and spacious environment.
A great place for kids to feed little goats, and have fun in a natural and educational environment.
Children of all ages can pet and feed the little goats, and see how the goats are milked.
Besides goats, the farm also has chickens, pigs, cows and horses roaming around.
The farm offers guided tours, which includes a visit to the goat stables, milking parlor, and cheese-making facility.
The goats at Ridammerhoeve are milked twice a day, and the milk is used to produce a variety of goat products, including artisanal cheeses, yogurts, and ice cream.
The cheese-making process is done entirely on the farm, using traditional methods.
Ridammerhoeve has an attractive terrace where visitors can drink a cup of coffee, have a small lunch or goat's milk ice cream.
Next to the outdoor terrace is a nature playground where kids can climb, slide, and play in a natural environment.
Near the goat farm, you can wander around a maze made of beech hedges by architect Adrian Fisher, a famous maze designer of Great Britain.
He chose a diamond as the basic shape of the over 1400 m2 large maze containing 15 sides and 5 nodes where the visitor is always sent in a certain direction to end up at the centre.
Ridammerhoeve is located in the Amsterdamse Bos in Amstelveen, a town just south of Amsterdam.
It is difficult to reach by public transport, but easily reached by car or (rental) bike.
Nieuwe Meerlaan 4
Amstelveen (8km south of Amsterdam)
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