Doorn is a historic village in the centre of the Heuvelrug. Explore the special cultural-historic heritage with the region’s green treasury: the National Bomenmuseum (tree museum). In this woody environment, there is a 25-metre high watchtower that provides a magnificent view of the entire region! Come and see it for yourself.
The impressive Huis Doorn and its country estate is a backdrop of European style. This is also where you can obtain tourist information.
Hike in the Kaapse Bossen, across winding forest trails, historic church paths and grand beech avenues and climb the De Kaap watchtower for magnificent views.
Chalet Helenaheuvel lies hidden in the Doorn wooded areas; since 1932 (!), this has been a trusted address and household word for hikers and one of the starting points for a walk in the Kaapse Bossen scenic area.
Von Gimborn Arboretum
The Nationale Bomenmuseum (National Tree Museum) is the largest tree garden in The Netherlands with a world-famous collection of trees from all corners of the world.
The Rosarium Doorn recreation park has been a household word in the Utrechtse Heuvelrug region for decades. Also fun for children’s and family parties.