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Toverland is closed due to the coronavirus until further notice. View the frequently asked questions here.

Select your tickets
7 April 2020 until 10 July 2020
  • Adults >140cm Spring €33.00
  • Children 90-140cm Spring €23.50
  • Adults aged 60+ Spring €28.50
  • Parkeerticket Parking ticket i €10.00

    You can scan the parking ticket directly at the barrier after your visit.

Summer season
7 April 2020 until 8 November 2020
  • Adults >140cm Summer season €36.00
  • Children 90-140cm Summer season €25.00
  • Adults aged 60+ Summer season €30.00
  • Parkeerticket Parking ticket i €10.00

    You can scan the parking ticket directly at the barrier after your visit.

Total discount
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Frequently asked questions



  • What are the opening times of the park?
    The opening times of Theme park Toverland can be found on the calendar.
  • Do I have to pay for parking?
    When you visit us and park your car at our parking area, you can only leave by buying a parking ticket at the entrance of the park. Cars must be parked at the parking area in the designated spaces. Parking is entirely at your own risk and we cannot accept responsibility for eventual damage.
  • Where and when can I buy a subscription pass?
    You can buy a subscription pass from Toverland's ticket office. The purchase of a subscription pass is possible up to 30 minutes before closing time. When purchasing a subscription pass during a day visit, your admission fee for that day will be refunded. Subscription pass holders also benefit from various subscription advantages. For more information visit our subscriptions page. Here you can also apply directly for a subscription online.
  • Can I bring my dog to the park?
    No, pets are not allowed. Assistance dogs however, are allowed.
  • Is the park accessible for disabled persons and users of wheelchairs?
    Most attractions in Theme park Toverland are accessible for disabled persons and users of wheelchairs. Our staff members will kindly assist you with getting on and off our attractions. Unfortunately a number of attractions are not accessible for users of wheelchairs. Dwervelwind, Djengu River and Maximus’ Blitz Bahn have a lift to enter the station. On the attraction pages you can see if the attraction is accessible for wheelchair users.
  • Is there a minimum height for certain attractions?
    A minimum height applies for most attractions. On the pages that contain info about the attraction, is stated per attraction the height you must have to access that attraction alone or with a supervisor.
  • Can you visit Toverland when you're pregnant?
    Of course you can! But be aware that due to safety procedures it is not recommended to access certain attractions during pregnancy. On the signs near the attractions is indicated if the attraction is suitable for pregnant women.
  • Which attractions are closed?
    On this page we'll tell you when an attraction is closed, for example when we perform maintenance or during a malfunction.
  • Can I drop someone off and pick up later (Kiss & Ride)?
    Dropping off and picking up is possible at our special Drop & Drive zone.
  • Can we get a group discount?
    Yes, it is possible to receive a group discount for groups of 20 persons and more. Look here for more information.
  • Is the entire park open the whole year round?
    Yes, but please note: during the winter period (6 November 2017 until 23 March 2018, with exception of the Magical Winter Weeks), only Land van Toos and Magic Forest are open. During the Magical Winter Weeks (23 December 2017 until 7 January 2018) we also open Troy Area. View our opening times and opened areas here.
  • Are all the attractions open when it rains/ in bad weather?
    Land van Toos and Magic Forest are open during winter. Attractions in these areas basically never close due to rain or bad weather conditions. Nevertheless it can still occur that an attraction is closed due to unforseen circumstances and we communicate this here on the website.
  • Do you have lockers where I can store my belongings?
    Yes, it is possible to store your belongings in the available lockers.
  • Can I hire/borrow a wheelchair in the park?
    We have wheelchairs that can be borrowed after paying a € 50.- deposit. We advise you to book one in advance. For this, please contact Toverland via 077-4677050
  • Am I allowed to bring my own food and drink to Toverland?
    It is allowed to bring your own food and drink into the park. You can find various picknick spots across the entire park.
  • Where in the park can I eat gluten free?
    We always have gluten free products in stock. For these products you can go to Restaurant Mamouche, Waldstube and Katara Plaza. Ask one of our catering staff for the possibilities.
  • Can I celebrate my birthday at Toverland?
    Yes, and you get free access to the park on your birthday after showing a valid proof of identity at the entrance. It is also possible to celebrate a magical children's party together with your friends. Look here for the possibilities to organise a children's party.
  • Am I allowed to film on the attractions using my GoPro/camera ?
    In principle it is allowed to film using a GoPro/camera while you are on board an attraction. The condition is that the GoPro/camera is professionally attached using a harness for example. If it is the opinion of a staff member at the attraction that the situation is unsafe, then filming can be refused and the instructions given by the staff member must be followed.
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