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Museum Schokland, Emmeloord

(3.9/5 based on 55 reviews on the web)
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  • Schokland I had ever heard of it but was never been there until today I saw the Board with world heritage and thought I would see it once. We were parked in the parking lot to the museum. We have a museum's annual pass so we thought just go look inside and came to our discovery in a very small open air museum. The Church is part of the museum along with some houses as museum are decorated. Fun costumes that carried schoklanders. A lot of stuff from prehistoric times. Outside the museum turned out to be close and that the restaurant is then very schokland.
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  • An island rises up in the landscape?....Yes while arriving at this spot aproaching to it .This island in former days ...long before Noord oostpolder became a polder shows you how this tiney island was...  more »
  • a small village with a great history of the noordoostpolder is in the old State remained a part of the port is still present there is also still lived and there find trauwpartijtjes plate regularly where a room is recently, they have discovered the begraafplats and also have added to the list of preserve.
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  • Although Schokland is a very significant place, you have to really understand the history to appreciate it. Luckily there are quite a few signs and information booths across the site to tell you more. It is a very pleasant place just to walk around and it was nice and quiet on the day that I visited. The museum was closed because it's only open during peak seasons, but it is still worth a visit, partly because of its World Heritage Site status.
  • Cute little museum in the middle of nowhere. Big minus point for the coffee though, don't drink it!
  • Interesting story of an old Dutch area
  • Nice little place the museum. Follow the numbered order!
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  • The schokland Museum gives a very interesting picture about the history of this island and of the centuries long struggle of its residents against the rising water. The exhibition is a wonderful informative mix of objects, objects, photos and movies. Our compliments!!
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