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Do not miss this on your travels. We went in November and it was cold, but there was plenty of warm places to visit. The shops and sales people were fantastic. Helpful and patient. It was busier than I expected so I can' imagine what...More
The molen is beautiful and it still works! All the members of the staff are super nice and helpful! We got to know a lot about the history of the molens and how they work. Takes about 30/40 minutes to get there by tram, but...More
If you get tired of noisy streets of the city you always can take a tram from Museum Square and teleport to quiet suburban of Amsterdam to see this functional mill.
It will take 45 minutes to get there, so I recommend to plan your...More
We were looking to see windmills in Holland and found this one on the Amsterdam card and took the tram out and after a short walk through the town of Sloten we were there.
The tour was amazing, they took us up inside the mill...More
This is the only working windmill in Amsterdam and very easy to reach by tram. Just a short 15 minute walk from the last stop on the #2 tram. A guided tour was included in the price of admission and it more than exceeded our...More
Different from usual lifestyle of Amsterdam. They tell you about Amsterdam's history and show you a working windmill with its main purpose.
Best for Kids, couple, families and someone who wants to see something different with a great touch of history and passion.
On our trip to Netherlands we saw a lot of windmills but never actually know what was their function, this place is amazing!!! They show us everything, how is build, how it works, how to take care of it etc, is a great way to...More
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The mill is free-of-charge managed by some nice volunteers who will guide you for one hour outside and inside it; the visit is very interesting and after it you can leave, if your want, your tip.