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My wife and I enjoyed the museum in its entirety along with my 92 year old father who we pushed around in a wheelchair. The exhibits took a little attention and time to pause to reflect, but were all very interesting and intriguing. The Verkade...More
Great to see the backgrounds of one of the oldest industry areas around and the products being made there, even have a taste. Nostalgic for senior Dutch people (Verkade and Molenaar etc), learning experience for all those coming from far world corners, enjoy!
After reading about this museum, I was very excited to see the works of Monet. He is quite possibly my favorite artist. As it turns out, they have one. I feel they use it to draw more attention than it's worth... still a good museum,...More
It`s a nice little museum that gives an interesting overview of the Zaanse industry. The Verkade Experience was fun, and they organize a workshop for children. The cafe is reasonably priced and has a nice view. They have an original Monet. All in all, worth...More
Didn't get a chance to visit the Museum, BUT the foundation that supports the Windmills and houses is amazing. We were fortunate to meet and talk with the youngest Miller in the Netherlands. He's 21, and runs the mill crushing lime stone.
This was the best excursion in our weeks stay in Amsterdam. We used our three day travel pass (great value) to get here by train and then walked to the Windmills. You can walk the site for free and just look but they offe a...More
A truly remarkable place to visit only 20 minutes by train from the centre of Amsterdam. A stunning river with working windmills and a cluster of traditional houses that recreate traditional ways of life, a weavers house shops, working wood cutting and spice grinding mills....More