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Zaanse Schans: Authentic Dutch Windmill Entrance Ticket

1. Zaanse Schans: Authentic Dutch Windmill Entrance Ticket

Enjoy an afternoon learning about the inner workings of windmills in the village of Zaanse Schans. To begin, find out how the mill saws a tree into a plank and then learn more about the history of the famous Dutch windmills at an exhibition in the basement of the mill. Next, come inside the world's last-remaining, still-working paint windmill, which is dated back to 1782. If there is enough wind, you can even experience the grinding process and watch how the mill grinds chalk under the large grind stones. In the back of the mill is where the loggers stands, and it is where tropical wood is chopped. Be sure to check out the impressive working wooden interior of this "old" industrial factory.

Zaandam: Zaanse Schans Card - Attractions & Museums Tickets

2. Zaandam: Zaanse Schans Card - Attractions & Museums Tickets

Go on the perfect Dutch trip from Amsterdam and head to Zaanse Schans that brings the 18th and 19th centuries back into the present-day Netherlands. Explore the wooden houses, barns, and workshops, and get even more value for money with this ticket. Visit the Weaver’s House, where two families lived with their five looms. See the Coopery, where you'll observe how barrels were made. Get free entrance to the Zaans Museum and to the Verkade Chocolate and Biscuit Factory and experience a real-life Willy Wonka event. Benefit from a free audio guide in 8 languages offered at the Zaans Museum.

Zaanse Schans: World of Windmills Museum Ticket with Greeter

3. Zaanse Schans: World of Windmills Museum Ticket with Greeter

Get your entry ticket for World of Windmills, an interactive museum on the site of the home to more than 1100 windmills in the 17th-century Netherlands.  Chat to your greeter upon entry and have any questions answered before delving into the history of this dutch icon. Learn the history of the materials used, runnings of the windmill, how they powered the country during the Industrial Revolution and after, and the people that made the windmills a success.  Even visit a windmill yourself to get a feel for the real thing. If you’re lucky, chat to a miller who will be happy to answer any questions if there.  Experience the rich history of the mills, listen to the stories of the people who lived and worked here, and enjoy the technology, craftsmanship, and nature.


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What people are saying about Zaandam

Overall rating

4.7 / 5

based on 9 reviews

A visit to a windmill should not be missing when visiting the Netherlands ..... On arrival we were guided to a parking lot (daily price 9 €, in comparison the P + R parking lot in Amsterdam costs 8 € and when using the public parking lot) Transportation only 1 € ...) We continued to a museum village, which was created for tourists. Many small houses with museums or shops, which invited you to shop or eat, sometimes you have to pay admission. It all looks very nice and cute, you can also take very nice pictures. There are also extra toilets, only that you have to pay for children is not okay. All in all, it was very much geared towards mass tourism, which we didn't like that much. In comparison, we found the tour to Volendam (picture in Volendam costume with cheese and clog tour) and visit to the beautiful town better. We had our own tour there and so it was much more personal + original

It was nice wheather! You can feel free. Museum fantastic.. You can see a lot and experience a different feeling. The molens they are so beautiful! I will go again with my family.

It was a beautiful day out where Dutch workers asked ordinary people to work at the fireplace in the eu, where such a small country is known all over the world,

great to see how a mill works. enthusiastic employees who explain it fantastically.

Piece of Dutch Glory. It is a pity that there is no subsidy to support this.