ZOO, FUN & EXPO
In Mappa Mundia you will discover a world map where fantasy and reality come together. During this tour you will pass the cave systems. Can you do an archaeological dig yourself and don't forget the adventure tree, temples and stalactite caves. Finally you arrive at the port of Bombay and you go via the boat 'Princess Emely' to the rat sewer in The Hague in search of the wonderful world of Professor Das. Are you going on a discovery?
Who exactly is Professor Das? This story takes place hundreds of years ago in a special place in The Hague. The absent-minded professor and explorer Mr Das lived in a beautiful mansion on Jan Huybersplein. Also curious about his stories from all over the world. Discover his passion now during your expedition through Mappa Mundia.
Discover the inhabitants of Mappa Mundia
When you step into the port of Bombay you immediately imagine yourself in India. You can hear the merchants yelling in the background. There is a lot to experience and discover here. In this harbor children can lose their energy by climbing and clambering in the many crates that are shipped in the harbor.
Is it a stone, shark tooth or shell? During the archaeological excavation you will encounter all kinds of things! And whatever adventurous find you find, take it with you!
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There is plenty to discover and experience on Jan Huybersplein… The most unique are the many detailed shops, such as a “Beetles & Butterfly's, a Fish Dentist (for Sharks and Piranhas), a clock shop Vadertje Tijd, and much more. more nice shops. Even a real train station has been built where children can climb through and over everything and view the square from above.
In Mappa Mundia lives a very special people, namely the Zoopies! These creatures have settled in the Adventure Tree and make all kinds of things with it. Come and find out what they are up to today.
This cave system leads you along all the beautiful discovery in Mappa Mundia. Will you join the world of Professor Das?
The Hague Rat Sewer
What did our sewerage really look like in The Hague in the past? We hope you are not afraid of mice and rats… because you will undoubtedly encounter them!