WerfMuseum 't Kromhout
Artis Royal Zoo
Laid out with delightful ponds, statues, and leafy, winding pathways, mainland Europe's oldest zoo has an alphabet soup of wildlife:...
The area northeast of the Plantage was the stomping ground of the Dutch East India Company (VOC), which grew rich on sea trade in the...
De Gooyer Windmill
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...
De Groene Olifant
Steeped in Victorian-era opulence with intricate woodwork, the Green Elephant transports you back in time. Sit at the circa-1880 bar...
Homemade ice cream at this spot near the De Gooyer windmill comes in Dutch flavours like stroopwafel (classic caramel syrup–filled...
Hoogte Kadijk 147 · interesting places nearby
WerfMuseum 't Kromhout information
Boats are still repaired at the 18th-century wharf on the outer side of the dyke. The eastern hall is a museum devoted to shipbuilding and to the indestructible marine engines that were designed and built here. Anyone with an interest in marine engineering will love the place; others will probably want to move on. Signage is primarily in Dutch only.