Did you know that there are more than 70 museums in Holland above Amsterdam? The area has a fun and educational day out in store for everyone! Get to know more about the Den Helder navy at the Marinemuseum, come and listen to the stories of people who used to live around the Zuiderzee at the Zuiderzeemuseum or visit the oldest sailing vegetable auction in the world at Museum Broeker Veiling. What do you want to know more about? The choice is yours!
Visit the Museum Steam Tram and make yourself ready for the most exciting journey through different times. The Museum Steam Tram Hoorn-Medemblik is the registered museum about the history of the steam tram in the Netherlands.Go to Museum Steam Tram Hoorn-Medemblik
The Zuiderzee Museum brings stories to life of people who back in the days lived around the Zuiderzee. See, hear, feel, taste and smell the daily life around the Zuiderzee, before the enclosing dike the Zuiderzee changed into the IJsselmeer in 1932.Go to the Zuiderzee Museum
Welcome to the Golden Age! The West Frisian Museum tells the story of the glorious 17th century in the monumental Statencollege from 1632. Walk through history and admire the 17th century treasures in stately halls, intimate rooms and mysterious cellars.Go to the West Frisian Museum
Experience the world of heroic rescuers for yourself! Experience wind force 10 in the wind tunnel and have a look at the legendary floating lifeboats. Discover the exciting story of the rescue creature! In the month of June, families can take advantage of a special action for the family card. This is offered at a reduced rate of € 25.Go to the National Rescue Museum Dorus Rijkers
Count Floris V had built a castle in Medemblik on the Almere, the current IJsselmeer, in the 13th century. The castle was part of a series of five forced castles to keep the rebellious West Frisians under control. The only castle that has been preserved is the castle in Medemblik.Go to Radboud Castle
Young and old recognize things in this museum. For some people this is the construction toy Meccano, for other people the orange enamel pots and pans. The first game console with Pong or perhaps the old video recorder with piano keys.Go to Museum of the 20th Century