De Gooyer Windmill
WerfMuseum 't Kromhout
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Brouwerij 't IJ
At the foot of the De Gooyer Windmill, Amsterdam's leading organic microbrewery produces fabulous brews, which you can taste on a...
As you sip a frothy biertje (glass of beer) at the foot of the De Gooyer Windmill, it's easy to pretend you're out in rural Holland...
Lonely Planet review
This 18th-century grain mill is the sole survivor of five windmills that once stood in this part of town. It was moved to its current spot in 1814. The mill was fully renovated in 1925 and is now a private home. The public baths alongside the windmill were converted into Brouwerij 't IJ in 1985.