Where was Family Way filmed
Family Way was filmed in Amsterdam in Netherlands.
Scene where Dick seeks out Linda during his break at work at the zoo.
Scene was shot Artis is the zoo of Amsterdam and the oldest zoo in the Netherlands. Artis is located in the Plantage neighborhood with its entrance on Plantage Kerklaan. The park has 27 monumental buildings, most of which date from the nineteenth century.
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Scene where When Charlie visits the Efteling with his nephew, Diederick stops by.
Scene was shot Efteling is a fantasy-themed amusement park in Kaatsheuvel, the Netherlands. The attractions reflect elements from ancient myths and legends, fairy tales, fables, and folklore. It is the largest theme park in the Netherlands and one of the oldest theme parks in the world. It is twice as large as the original Disneyland park in California and predates it by three years. Annually, the park has more than 5 million visitors.
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Prins Hendrikkade (houseboat)
Scene where ** spoiler alert ** Winnie and Charlie express their feelings to each other.
Scene was shot The Prins Hendrikkade is a street in Amsterdam. The Prins Hendrikkade runs from the Singel along Amsterdam Central Station via the Waalseiland and Rapenburg further east to the Kattenburgerplein. In the background you can see the extraordinary building of NEMO Science Museum, a science and technology museum.
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Scene where Winnie and her mother-in-law Jeanette meet for coffee in Café Américan.
Scene was shot Café Américain is a classic grand café in Amsterdam that dates back to 1902 and is located on Leidseplein on the ground floor of what Amsterdammers call Hotel Américain (Hard Rock Hotel Amsterdam American).
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Vondelpark - Vondelpark Pavilion (Vondel CS)
Scene where Winnie is picked up after work by Rutmer.
Scene was shot The Vondelpark is a public urban park of 47 hectares (120 acres) in Amsterdam, Netherlands. It is part of the borough of Amsterdam-Zuid and situated west from the Leidseplein and the Museumplein. The park was opened in 1865 and originally named Nieuwe Park (English: New Park), but later renamed Vondelpark, after the 17th-century playwright and poet Joost van den Vondel. The Vondelpark Pavilion is a building in the Vondelpark in Amsterdam. It was built in 1874-1881 by architect W. Hamer in Italian Renaissance style and features fluted Ionic half columns, round-arched windows and domed turrets. The Vondelpark Pavilion has been the Amsterdam home of the merged broadcaster AVROTROS since 2014 after a renovation designed by architecture firm TenBrasWestinga. Here the broadcaster has housed its media and culture lab, called VondelCS. The Vondelpark pavilion has also been presented under the name VondelCS since its reopening. The movie was filmed before the renovation.
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