Ervaar de Zaanstreek anno 1850. Kijk, wandel, luister, beleef, leer en geniet van dit unieke stukje, authentiek Nederland.
The Zaanse Schans is a neighborhood with historic wooden buildings in the municipality of Zaanstad. It is located on the Zaan, opposite the village of Zaandijk and next to the Juliana bridge.
Visite 6 famous WINDMILLS Zaanse Schans can be reached from Amsterdam Centraal (central train station) by bus or train within less than an hour. Buses are the easiest way to reach Zaanse Schans from Amsterdam. * Connexxion Bus - Line 391 connects Amsterdam four times per hour, in 40…
A lot of windmills and the possibility to see how the ''old Dutch'' people lived
Just a short train ride away there is old Dutch windmill park with a cheese factory, rather touristic but still nice to visit
“The only place in Amsterdam where you’ll find a genuine human shrunken heads, a megladon jaw, and so much more! Discover bizarre stories of rare artifacts Play around with optical illusions and interactive mind games. Whirl through a Space Tunnel Mount the 7-meter tall Robot made entirely out of car parts Sit in a gigantic wooden clog See Dam Square from a bird’s-eye view Enjoy Dutch and American specialties in the attic-style designer lounge ”
“The Tsar Peter House is one of the oldest wooden houses in the Netherlands and the second-oldest museum, with the Teylers Museum in Haarlem being the oldest. This now world-famous house was where the Russian Tsar Peter the Great stayed in 1697.”
“Alkmaar is famous because of the Kaasmarkt, go back in time and see the Kaasmarkt at friday morning in the center of Alkmaar”
“I 'recommend' this place, because it will lead you to the center square in Zaandam where you will find loads of restaurants and bars. Open till late, for any budget!” ”
“Enkhuizen. Distance: 62 km. The Zuiderzee Museum in Enkhuizen brings the stories to life of people who used to live around the Zuiderzee. See, hear, feel, taste and smell the daily life around the Zuiderzee, before the Afsluitdijk changed the Zuiderzee into the IJsselmeer in 1932. The Zuiderzee Museum focuses on the history, current events and future of the area. Water, crafts and communities are central. This story is made visible in the outdoor museum with historic buildings and the indoor museum with thematic exhibitions. With history, photography, regional costumes, design and educational family exhibitions, the indoor and outdoor museum offers something for everyone. OUTDOOR MUSEUM In the outdoor museum there are more than a hundred buildings from the former Zuiderzee area. A number of these buildings are still in original condition from the inside and the outside. Attend a demonstration of old crafts and become acquainted with the hand skills of then and now. The artworks on display offer a new perspective on old techniques, such as the Delft blue interior by Hugo Kaagman. INSIDE MUSEUM The inner museum is the heart of the Zuiderzee Museum. Changing exhibitions tell the story of the Zuiderzee with historical objects, photography and regional costumes. Please note: part of the indoor museum is being renovated and is temporarily closed, including the large Schepenhal full of historic boats. The entire indoor museum will open again on 14 February 2020 and can be visited every day from that day. From February 14, 2020, the entire Binnenmuseum is open every day. The Buitenmuseum is open daily from 4 April 2020 to 25 October 2020. ”