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Het Jonge Schaap, Zaandam

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TripAdvisor
  • Its difficult to imagine that they built this using original plans but also computer aided. It looks every bit as old as the Colour Mill. Watching the various parts of the mechanism involves walking u...  more »
  • We visited this working saw mill as the first stop on a 'Countryside & Windmills' tour from Amsterdam. A very interesting and well-presented experience with an excellent explanation and commentary (in...  more »
  • The saw mill is in full working condition and very well restored. The video presentation is very interesting and makes the overall experience even better. Worth a visit.  more »
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  • Really nice and historic place to go. It is a sawmill that still produces coupe of articles such as cutting boards that is operated by keen volunteers. Worth a visit to support the skanzen and memorial of indigenous ways of life.
  • Superb explanations were given by the staff there and worth visiting this place. It was so beautiful and picturistic location.
  • This is the wood mill its nice in the inside and a good experience deserves the money
  • Operational wind saw mill. People there explain the process thoroughly.
  • Such a cool place to visit. Functioning wind sawmill, with tours. You get to see the inner workings and learn the history. The tour guides were very thorough in explaining the entire process from log delivery to board shipment. Lengthy discussions on the history of the windmills of the area, too. This is one of those Dutch experiences you expect. Our entire tour was in English.