Ede is a municipality and a town in the center of The Netherlands. The town itself is situated halfway between the larger cities of Arnhem and Utrecht with direct rail and road connections to both these cities. There are no connections to any water nearby, however, there also is a direct road connection to the city of Wageningen which hosts a small industrial port on the river Rijn and a direct road and rail connection to the city of Arnhem, which features larger port at a greater distance.


The municipality of Ede has several museums, including the word-famous Kroller-Muller Museum and the Dutch Tile Museum in Otterlo, which houses a unique collection of tiles and tile tableaux, and the Museum of Sight and Sound in Bennekom.

The environment is clean and green due to the fact Ede is partly built in a forest and partly on the central Dutch plains in the national park called National Park De Hoge Veluwe. The Kroller-Muller Museum, beautifully situated in the heart of the Hoge Veluwe National Park. Not far from the museum, you will find the beautiful Saint Hubertus hunting lodge, designed by Berlage. A futher exceptional feature of the National Park is the ‘Museonder’: the first subterranean museum in the world. A number of prominent galleries are located in the municipality of Ede, such as Simonis & Buunk.

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