Nelis' Dutch Village, Holland
Categories: Theme Parks, Water & Amusement Parks
Stop and smell the Gouda cheese at Nelis' Dutch Village, which brings to life the olden days of the Netherlands. Built according to typical Dutch architecture with a network of canals, the village provides insight into what life was like in an earlier time in the lowlands country. Try some clogs on for size (you can watch them being made at the wooden shoe factory) or take part in a traditional Dutch klompen dancing lesson. You'll have the opportunity to watch a demonstration on the making of Delft blue pottery, and learn about cheesemaking with the chance to sample some delicious Dutch cheeses. You can dress up in Dutch costumes in the Kolean museum and enjoy a ride on the windmill-themed Ferris wheel. Work out when and for how long to visit Nelis' Dutch Village and other Holland attractions using our handy Holland itinerary builder.
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We were here for a charity event and totally enjoyed the park. I found that the village was very informative about the Dutch history. I rode the Ferris wheel which was fun, they have several other rid... read more »
We went to this on a Tuesday afternoon about 3:00 and it was almost all closed up. There was one retail shop open where they sold wooden shoes and tulip bulbs and such. That was a nice store.
it was a great place to visit also very good for young children. there was plenty to do and see. I would highly recommend this place in the first week of May when the tulips are up.
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